Geological Line Selection for the Qinghai-Tibet Railway Engineering

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 4. September 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 336 Seiten
978-3-662-57240-5 (ISBN)
 
This book describes the second phase of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway construction project and is the first technological book discussing the geological routing of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway project on the "roof of the world." Based on practical experience of railway construction work, it provides a substantial number of examples with detailed descriptions and conclusions. The complex geological environment of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway as well as the selection and optimization of the route are illustrated vividly and clearly with quotes, figures, photos, and tables. Connecting Golmud and Lhasa, it has a total length of 1142 km and at the Tanggula Pass has an altitude of 5072m-higher than any other in the world. A 960 km section is on a plateau at altitudes above 4000 m, and 550 km are in the permafrost region, making it the world's longest and highest railway in the permafrost plateau region. The book is a model for the integration of theory and practice, making it a valuable reference source for civil engineering professionals working in geological routing in permafrost plateau regions, active fault zones, meizoseismal areas, nature reserves, and regions with geohazards such as steep slopes, sand and snow drifts and geothermal hazards.
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018
  • Englisch
  • Heidelberg
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  • Deutschland
Springer Berlin
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 13 farbige Abbildungen, 48 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 13 Illustrations, color; 48 Illustrations, black and white; XVII, 315 p. 61 illus., 13 illus. in color.
  • Höhe: 235 mm
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  • Breite: 155 mm
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  • Dicke: 18 mm
  • 509 gr
978-3-662-57240-5 (9783662572405)
10.1007/978-3-662-55572-9
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Mr. Jin-Cheng Li, Vice President of China Railway First Survey & Design Institute Group, has been working as the Chief Engineer on the Qinghai-Tibetan railway construction project since 2000 and has accumulated substantial first-hand experience of railway routing in complicated geological environment on Qinghai-Tibetan plateau, such as railway routing in permafrost regions, active fault zones, meizoseismal areas, natural reserves, slope-geohazard regions, as well as geothermal, windy-sand, and snow drift hazard regions. He has several important publications to his name and has won a number of honors for his outstanding contributions to the construction of more than ten national key railway projects.

Selected Publications:

1. Jin-Cheng Li, Design of Access Tunnels for Guanjiao Super-long Tunnel, Modern Tunneling Technology, 46 (2009) 1-7

2. Jin-Cheng Li, Waterproofing and Drainage Measures Adopted in Guanjiao Super-long Railway Tunnel, Modern Tunneling Tec

hnology, 5 (2008) 65-71

3. Jin-Cheng Li, Frost Damages in Permafrost Regions along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in 2001-2006:Investigation and Analysis, Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 30 (2008) 147-152

4. Jin-Cheng Li, Research on Geological Route Selection in Valley Zone between Semai-Dazhuca of Lhasa-Rikaze Railway, Journal of Railway Engineering Society, 1 (2008) 22-25

5. Jin-Cheng Li, Mutually Supportive Relationship between Engineering and Environment, Chinese National Geography, 2 (2004) 20-22

6. Jin-Cheng Li, Research on Route Selection Scheme of Lhasa-Rikaze Railway in Brahmaputra's Canyon Area, Railway Investigation and Surveying, 5 (2007) 1-6

7. Jin-Cheng Li, A Summary for Engineering Geology in Guanjiao Super Long Railway Tunnel, Railway Investigation and Surveying, 6 (2007) 1-4

8. Jin-Cheng Li, Location Scheme Research for Rikaze Railway, Gansu Science and Technology, 24 (2008) 92-94

9. Jin-Cheng Li, Research on L

ocation of Geothermic Tunnel of Lhasa-Rikaze Railway, Journal of Railway Engineering Society, 4 (2011) 42-46

Honors:

1. Qinghai-Tibetan railway project has won the outstanding award of National Science and Technology Progress Special Award in 2008. The chief engineer of Qinghai-Tibetan railway project, Mr. Jin-Cheng Li, was ranked as the second contributor. Award No. 2008-J-221-0-01-R02

2. The whole railway design from Golmud to Lhasa of Qinghai-Tibetan railway project has won the gold prize of national excellent project of ministry of railways in 2008. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li, was ranked as the first contributor.

3. The whole railway design from Golmud to Lhasa of Qinghai-Tibetan railway project has won the outstanding award of national excellent project of ministry of railways in 2007. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li, was ranked as the first contributor.

4. Technique on permafrost of Qinghai-Tibetan railway project has won the outstanding award of Chinese railway so

ciety in 2007. Award No. 2007-066

5. The design of active protection of permafrost roadbed in Qinghai-Tibetan railway project has won the first prize of excellent design of China Railway Construction Corporation in 2007. Award No. SJ-2007-02-02

6. 1:2000 digital topographical map from Golmud to Lhasa of Qinghai-Tibetan railway project by aerial survey has won the bronze prize for national excellent project survey and design of ministry of railways in 2006. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li was ranked as the second contributor.

7. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li was awarded as the pacesetter of national science and technology 2008.

8. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li was awarded the certificate of special government allowances of the state council in 2007.

9. Mr. Jin-Cheng Li was awarded the certificate of national excellent scientific and technological worker in 2005.

Introduction.- The Qinghai-Tibet Railway Geological Environment.- Geological Line Selection in Permafrost Regions.- Geological Line Selection in Active Fault Zones and Meizoseismal Areas.- Railway-Line Selection in Slope Areas.- Route Selection in Nature Reserves .- Railroad Route Alignment Design in the Geothermal, Aeolian, and Snow Drifting Areas.
This book describes the second phase of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway construction project and is the first technological book discussing the geological routing of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway project on the "roof of the world." Based on practical experience of railway construction work, it provides a substantial number of examples with detailed descriptions and conclusions. The complex geological environment of the Qinghai-Tibetan railway as well as the selection and optimization of the route are illustrated vividly and clearly with quotes, figures, photos, and tables. Connecting Golmud and Lhasa, it has a total length of 1142 km and at the Tanggula Pass has an altitude of 5072m-higher than any other in the world. A 960 km section is on a plateau at altitudes above 4000 m, and 550 km are in the permafrost region, making it the world's longest and highest railway in the permafrost plateau region. The book is a model for the integration of theory and practice, making it a valuable reference source for civil engineering professionals working in geological routing in permafrost plateau regions, active fault zones, meizoseismal areas, nature reserves, and regions with geohazards such as steep slopes, sand and snow drifts and geothermal hazards.

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