Seminar 1: Construction of large-scale underground caverns in Japan – History of underground power plant construction and related technologies.
In this seminar, a variety of construction experiences of the underground power plants in Japan will be presented.
Geological survey and rock test techniques, stability analysis and support design of caverns, monitoring management of caverns during construction, and construction technologies of underground power caverns in Japan will be highlighted in the seminar.
Finally, leading-edge observational construction technology such as groundwater control technology and grouting technology applied at a recently completed LPG underground rock storage base will be briefly introduced.
Date : 17 March 2014
Time : 6PM – 8.30PM
Venue : Shaw Foundation Alumni House, 11 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119244
6.00PM Light buffet dinner
7.00PM Technical presentation
Attendance is free due to the great support from EAS, SRMEG & KAJIMA Corporation. Attendance is limited to 150 people. Please register your attendance with the attached form and return it to the SRMEG Secretariat at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax: +65 6336 2583.
Please refer to Underground Cavern Construction Seminar Series – Seminar 1 – Flyer!
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