Tunnel Safety and Ventilation 2020
Virtual Conference: December 01 - 03, 2020

 

Thank you for your attendance in our Virtual Conference, it was a pleasure for us!

Below you can find the papers of the Virtual Conference "Tunnel Safety and Ventilation 2020".

 

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Opening Virtual Conference "TUNNEL SAFETY AND VENTILATION 2020"

P. Sturm | TU Graz, IVT, AT

 

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Road tunnel safety challenges for a higher operator

A. Fromm | ASFINAG Bau Management GmbH, AT

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PIARC’s road tunnel committee: Past and future activities

I. Kaudinya | Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Chairman of PIARC TC 4.4 Tunnels, DE

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Assessment of the effectiveness of different safety measures at tunnel lay-bys and -portals to protect occupants in passenger cars

E. Tomasch, S. Heindl, G. Gstrein, H. Steffan | TU Graz, Vehicle Safety Institute, AT

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Learning from 10 years of Li-Ion battery fire tests

B. Truchot, G. Marlair | INERIS, FR

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Full scale fire tests of Battery Electric Vehicles - first results

P. Fößleitner et.al. | TU Graz, IVT, AT

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06

Safety aspects related to Fuel Cell BEVs

A. Trattner | TU Graz, HyCentA, AT

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07

S6 – Safety and security strategies for sub-surface structures preparing security Forces for forces for subsurface operations

P. Hofer | Joint Forces Command / Austrian Armed Forces, AT

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08

A self-sufficient cyber physical mobility concept for road tunnels

A. Stein | Ponts et Chaussées Luxembourg (National Road Administration)

Th. Engel | University of Luxembourg, LU

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09

Improving the resilience of road tunnels under the perspective of tunnel safety

S. Nisancioglu | Federal Highway Research Institute, DE

H. Kammerer | ILF Consulting Engineers Austria GmbH, AT

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10

Road Tunnels: Energy generation and storage opportunities – highly available, sustainable and efficient operation of road tunnels

R. List | ASFINAG Bau Management GmbH, AT

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Multi-parameter study of interactions and uncertainties within CFD-based consequence analysis using elementary effects analysis

H. Wahl, G. Vollmann, M. Thewes | Ruhr-University Bochum, DE

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On the air-flow resistance of tunnel fires in longitudinal ventilation - the “throttling effect”

I. Riess | Riess Ingenieur-GmbH, CH

D. Weber, M. Steck | Amstein + Walthert Progress AG, CH

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Critical of critical velocity – an industry practitioner’s perspective

C. Stacey | Stacey Agnew Pty Ltd, AU + SAMJ LLC, US

M. Beyer | Stacey Agnew Pty Ltd, AU

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Understanding of critical velocity in Memorial Tunnel Fire Tests using longitudinal ventilation

H. Ingason, Y.Z. Li

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Examining tunnel ventilation in a point extract-supply tunnel

N. Harvey, K. Zhang, K. Khattab, Ch. Malinowski | Mott MacDonald, US

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Smoke propagation in tunnels – Comparison of in-situ measurements, simulations and literature

D. Fruhwirt, P. Sturm, M. Bacher, H. Schwingenschlögl | TU Graz, IVT, AT

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Refurbishment of the emergency ventilation system including Saccardo nozzles in the North-South Railway junction of Brussels

F. Waymel, L. Rabeh | Egis Tunnels, FR

E. Beraud, L. Rathat | Eiffage Energie Systèmes, FR

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The complexity to design the ventilation system in long railway tunnels where large height variations occur

J. M. Sanz-Sacristán, G. Peris-Sayol, C. Gago-Fernández | SENER Ingeniería y Construcción, ES

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Measurement of road tunnel air quality - EN 50545-2

F. Tarada | Mosen Ltd, UK

B. Vidal | CETU, FR

C. Edge | Dynoptic Systems Ltd

C. Seewald | Sick AG, DE

T. Halbach | ORTRAT SL

R. Hallam | Codel International Ltd

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Dust loads in railway tunnels – results from in-situ measurements and consequences for tunnel facilities and railway operation

H. Steiner | ÖBB Infrastruktur AG, AT

P. Sturm, D. Fruhwirt | TU Graz, IVT, AT

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Designing and interfacing the tunnel ventilation system in Doha Metro Project. The value of BIM in MEP systems coordination

C. López Fanjul | Zitron-Doha Site Manager, ES

C. Andrés Sierra | Zitron-Doha Project Manager Talleres Zitrón, SA

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Avoiding micro-pressure waves without building tunnel hoods

F. Liu | Taiyuan University of Technology, CN

D. Pokrajac | University of Aberdeen, UK

A. E. Vardy | University of Dundee and Dundee Tunnel Research, UK

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The renaissance of truth in risk-based decision making

A. Dix | Barrister & Scientist Life Property Environment, AU

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Accidents Characteristics of Fire and Dangerous Goods Vehicles in China Highway Tunnels

F. Ma, H. Ding, H, Liao | China Merchants Chongqing Transportation Research and Design Institute Co., Ltd.

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Evacuation locus in a full-scale tunnel experiment

M. Seike | Toyama Prefectural University, JP

N. Kawabata | Komatsu University, JP

M. Hasegawa | Kanazawa University, JP

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Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) as a novel aspect of the safety risk assessment at a tunnel construction site

R. Hojo, S. Shimizu | National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, JP

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28

Permissibility of dangerous goods traffic through an urban train tunnel in Belgrade – A risk study

S. Rosic | JSC Serbian Railways Infrastructure, RS

B. Boskovic | University of Belgrade, RS

F. Diernhofer, O. Heger, R. Schmidt |

ILF Consulting Engineers Austria GmbH, AT

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Application of in-house risk assessment tool on the analysis of a tunnel in the new Gronda di Genova highway

M. Fronterrè, R. Scozzari | CANTENE s.r.l., IT

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TRUCK Platooning – A quantitative assessment of the potential consequences on tunnel safety

O. Heger, R. Schmidt | ILF Consulting Engineers Austria GmbH, AT

G. Rattei, B. Hintermayer | ASFINAG, AT

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Aspects of longitudinal air flow control in road tunnels

S. Frey, M. Lempp, C. Zimmermann | HBI Haerter AG, Zurich, CH

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Utilising barometric pressure differences to optimise tunnel ventilation system design

J. Shim, D. Feest, R. Jones, M.Gilbey | WSP UK Ltd.

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Road tunnel temperature monitoring system using a simulation model

T. Sakaguchi, T. Matsumoto, K. Yamamoto, M. Takegaki | Sohatsu Systems Laboratory Inc., Kobe, JP

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Preventing disasters: On-site frequency analysis of jet fans

V. Carstens | Consultant Aerodynamics Thermodynamics,D

P. Pospisil | IP Engineering GmbH, CH

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Variable blade fans evolution-proofing the underground works

F. Duet, E. Beraud | Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, FR

L.J. Diaz Valdes | Zitron S.A., NL

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Tunnel sensors 4.0 – networked tunnel sensors fit for the future

R. Jung | JES Elektrotechnik GmbH, AT

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Condition monitoring in road tunnels

Ch. Kuhn, F. Kaschewski, J. Gläser, Ch. Seewald | SICK AG, DE

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Here you can find selected pre-printed papers of the Virtual Conference "Tunnel Safety and Ventilation 2020".

 

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Detecting incidents within traffic flow in tunnels by vehicle and infrastructural based data

P.L. Böhnke | ave Verkehrs- und Informationstechnik GmbH, Germany

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