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Using Predictive Modeling for TBM Process Control

Using Predictive Modeling for TBM Process Control

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Despite the cancellation of the NAT Convention in Nashville, Tennessee this year, SME recently published a paper on latest technological developments in the field of TBM Process Control.

The paper “Using Predictive Modeling for TBM Process Control” by Dr.Jacob Grasmick and Dr.Angus Maxwell, provides examples of using prediction models to improve feedback analysis and allow the engineer to readily undertake forecasts related to productivity and ground behaviour

Abstract

Tunneling process control is the feedback between the observed behaviour of the tunnel boring machine (TBM) with predictions and observations. In this paper, examples of using predictive models to improve the feedback analysis and allow the engineer to readily undertake forecasts related to productivity and ground behaviour are presented...

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Date:08/07/2020

Ref:MGS-NAT-01