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Dokumentenidentifikation EP0810327 12.01.2006
EP-Veröffentlichungsnummer 0000810327
Titel VERFAHREN UND VORRICHTUNG ZUR ERRICHTUNG VON ENDLOSEN UNTERIRDISCHEN MAUERN
Anmelder Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd., Tokio/Tokyo, JP;
Japan as represented by a General Manager, Kanto Regional Construction Bureau, Ministry of Construction, Tokio/Tokyo, JP
Erfinder KOIKE, Kenji, Matsudo-shi, Chiba-ken 270, JP;
INAGAKI, Yoshiaki, tobichi, Chiba-ken 270, JP;
AOI, Minoru, Tokyo-to 100, JP;
KINOSHITA, Fumio, Tokyo-to 100, JP;
ASHIDA, Shigeki, Tokyo-to 100, JP;
NAKAJIMA, Yuji, Hyogo-ken 674, JP;
KOMOTO, Tatsuo, Hyogo-ken 674, JP;
KONDO, Hiroaki, Osaka-fu 541, JP
Vertreter derzeit kein Vertreter bestellt
DE-Aktenzeichen 69635549
Vertragsstaaten DE, DK, FI, FR, GB, SE
Sprache des Dokument EN
EP-Anmeldetag 13.12.1996
EP-Aktenzeichen 969418656
WO-Anmeldetag 13.12.1996
PCT-Aktenzeichen PCT/JP96/03647
WO-Veröffentlichungsnummer 0097021877
WO-Veröffentlichungsdatum 19.06.1997
EP-Offenlegungsdatum 03.12.1997
EP date of grant 07.12.2005
Veröffentlichungstag im Patentblatt 12.01.2006
IPC-Hauptklasse E02D 5/18(2006.01)A, F, I, ,  ,  ,   

Beschreibung[en]
BACKGROUND OF ART

The present invention relates to underground continuous wall building method and apparatus for building a variety of continuous walls in the ground for water cutoff purpose, reinforcing purpose and other purposes.

As a technique for building an underground continuous wall, there has been conventionally known a method according to which a chain cutter is vertically mounted on a running carriage (e.g. a base machine of a crawler crane), the running carriage is moved in a transverse direction while the cutter is rotated, thereby excavating a continuous trench of a fixed width, and a continuous wall is built by pouring a wall material such as cement or concrete into this continuous trench and solidifying it therein or by inserting a concrete panel therein (refer to Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication Nos. 5(HEI)-280043 and 5(HEI)-280044).

The cutter is constructed such that an endless chain is fitted between upper and bottom ends of a cutter post which is a vertically long boxlike frame, and a continuous trench Gis excavated by a multitude of excavating blades provided at the outer surface of the chain.

However, according to this technique, only vertically extending continuous walls can be built. Therefore, such walls cannot have a water cutoff function along vertical direction as cutoff walls, but can only be used as cutoff walls along horizontal direction.

Thus, in the case that a water cutoff function along vertical direction is required, the ground must be filled up after being excavated to built a horizontal cutoff wall or a vertical wall must be built up to an impermeable bed. However, such techniques are poor in performance and high in cost.

Another technique for building an underground continuous wall is known from EP 0 188 282, relating to a system of forming a region in the ground where underground water is kept from entering. Specifically, a region is defined by a rock layer 8 and sealing walls 2. Underground water in the defined region is drawn out by a vacuum pump 6. The sealing wall 2 is formed by injecting a mixture of bentonite, filler and cement, or mixing of solid, asphalt basis into the ground.

Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide an improved underground continuous wall building method capable of easily building a cutoff wall having a water cutoff function along vertical direction as well as multi-purpose underground continuous walls.

This object is solved with an underground wall building method according to claim 1 or 4, the features in the respective preambles of which are disclosed in EP-A-0 577 430. Further embodiments are set forth in the sub claims.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

  • FIG. 1 is a side view showing the overall construction of an excavator as a building apparatus according to an explanatory example of the invention;
  • FIG. 2 is a front view of a chain cutter of the excavator;
  • FIG. 3 is a portion of a first roof wall built according to a method according to a first embodiment of the invention for building a repair roof of a radioactive waste stockroom as a first variation of a continuous wall building method using the above excavator;
  • FIG. 4 is a section showing a state where a second continuous trench is excavated according to the above method;
  • FIG. 5 is a section of a roof completed according to the above method;
  • FIG. 6 is a section showing a state where a reinforcement for a bank wall is built as a second embodiment;
  • FIG. 7 is a section showing a state where a lower cutoff wall is built at the time of building a common trench as a third embodiment;
  • FIG. 8 is a section showing a state where a liquefaction prevention ground is built as a fourth embodiment;
  • FIG. 9 is a section showing a state where a bank protection wall is built as explanatory example not covered by the appended claims;
  • FIG. 10 is a section showing a state where the bank protection wall has been washed out to be exposed to the outside;
  • FIG. 11 is a section showing a state where a cutoff wall is built to prevent the leakage from a river side to a land side as a further explanatory example;
  • FIG. 12 is a section showing a state of a slip destruction of an embankment as an explanatory example;
  • FIG. 13 is a section showing a state where a reinforcement wall a further explanatory example is built in an embankment to prevent this slip destruction;
  • FIG. 14 is a section showing a state where a reinforcement wall a further explanatory example is built in a foundation portion of the embankment;
  • FIG. 15 is a section showing a state where a reinforcement wall a further explanatory example is so built as to extend over the embankment and its foundation portion;
  • FIG. 16 is a section showing a state where a conical continuous trench is excavated in the ground as a method for building a conical cutoff roof in the ground as a fifth embodiment;
  • FIG. 17 is a section showing a state where a conical cutoff roof and a cylindrical side wall are built according to the above method;
  • FIG. 18 is a section showing a state where an inverted conical continuous wall and a conical continuous wall are built at upper and lower sides of the underground as a method for building a conical cutoff bottom wall in the ground as a sixth embodiment;
  • FIG. 19 is a section showing a state where pit excavation is performed with a conical continuous wall used as a cutoff bottom wall according to the above method; and
  • FIG. 20 is a section showing a state where a cutoff bottom wall for a pit excavation area or liquefaction prevention area is built in the ground as a further explanatory example.

BEST MODES FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION

Embodiments of the invention and explanatory examples are described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIG. 1 shows an overall construction of an excavator (continuous wall building apparatus) for excavating a continuous trench which serves as a base of an underground continuous wall.

This excavator is basically constructed such that a chain cutter 2 is mounted on a running carriage (e.g. a base machine of a crawler crane) 1 capable of running by itself. A continuous trench G of specified length is excavated by moving the cutter 2 in a transverse direction while rotating it with the cutter 2 placed in a hole dug by a suitable means such as a hydraulic shovel.

The cutter 2 is, as shown in FIG. 2, constructed such that an endless chain 6 is fitted between a drive wheel (sprocket) 4 provided at an upper end of a cutter post 3 which is a vertically long boxlike frame and a driven wheel (pulley) 5 at a bottom end thereof and a multitude of excavation blades 7 are provided on the outer surface of the chain 6 to excavate the trench G.

The cutter 2 is mounted on the running carriage 1 as follows.

As shown in FIG. 1, a main frame 8 is mounted on the running carriage 1.

This main frame 8 has its bottom and upper ends supported on the running carriage 1 via a horizontal shaft 9 and an expandable backstay 10 comprised of a hydraulic cylinder, respectively. The main frame 8 is inclinable about the horizontal shaft 9 according to the expansion and contraction of the backstay 10, i.e. an inclination (&thetas;) thereof with respect to a horizontal plane is adjustable.

A leader 11 and a slide frame 12 are mounted on the front surface of the main frame 8 and on the upper end of the cutter 2 (cutter post 3), respectively. This slide frame 12 is movably mounted on the leader 11 upward and downward.

Identified by 13 is a hydraulic cylinder provided between the leader 11 and the slide frame 12 to move the slide frame 12 upward and downward. The slide frame 12 (cutter 2) moves upward and downward as the cylinder 13 expands and contracts, thereby adjusting an excavation depth.

In this way, the excavator is constructed, such that the cutter 2 is obliquely mounted on the running carriage 1 and the inclination (&thetas;) thereof is adjustable.

Next, there is described methods according to which a continuous trench is excavated using this excavator and a variety of underground continuous walls are built on the basis of this excavated continuous trench.

A. Repair of an Underground Stockroom for Radioactive Wastes as a first embodiment of the invention (see FIGS. 1, 3 to 5)

If an underground stockroom 14 for radioactive wastes as an underground construction becomes decrepit, there is a likelihood that radioactive components leak to the ground surface by being mixed in rainwater.

Accordingly, in order to prevent this leakage, a repair roof is constructed above the stockroom 14 in the following procedure.

  • (1) First, as shown in FIG. 1, the running carriage 1 of the excavator is so placed as to be movable in a transverse direction in parallel with a roof building schedule line where the roof is to be built. A slanting first continuous trench G1 is excavated by moving the running carriage 1 while rotating the cutter 2 with the cutter 2 placed in the ground (in a slanting long hole dug in advance by a suitable means) as described above.

    The inclination of this continuous trench G1 (inclination (&thetas;) of the cutter 2) is adjusted by the backstay 10 according to the width of the stockroom 14 or the like.

  • (2) After the excavation of this trench, a water cutoff material is poured into the trench G1 and solidified therein, thereby building a slanting roof wall (first roof wall) R1 at one side as shown in FIG. 3.
  • (3) After or before the solidification of the first roof wall R1, the excavator is transferred to an opposite side with respect to the center of the roof building schedule line as shown in FIG. 4 and a slanting second continuous trench G2 is so excavated as to extend in a direction opposite to the extension of the first roof wall R1.
  • (4) Similar to the building of the first roof wall R1, a water cutoff material is poured into the excavated continuous trench G2 and solidified therein, thereby building a second roof wall R2 as shown in FIG. 5.
  • (5) In order to fill up a clearance between the upper ends of the both roof walls R1, R2 which were built substantially into an inverted V-shape, the ground surface is slightly dug; a roof presser R3 is built of solidified bentonite or like material having a good water cutoff property; and the ground is filled up.

It should be noted that the roofs R1, R2 can be so built as to cross. In such a case, the roof presser R3 is not necessary.

In this way, the roof R of the stockroom 14 can be easily built at the ground surface side at a reduced cost and for a short time, thereby preventing the leakage of radioactive components to the ground surface.

B. Reinforcement of a Bank Wall as a second embodiment (see FIG. 6)

After a land side of a caisson 16 installed on a riprap mound 15 is reclaimed, a construction work is done to reinforce the ground of a reclaimed area.

  • (1) A vertical reinforcement wall 17 is built on the rear surface of the caisson 16.

    The vertical reinforcement wall 17 can be built by, after a continuous trench is excavated by the excavator in which the cutter 2 shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 is vertically mounted on the running carriage 1, pouring a solidifying solution into the continuous trench and solidifying it therein.

  • (2) Behind the vertical reinforcement wall 17, a slanting continuous trench is excavated using the excavator of FIG. 1, and an oblique wall 18 is built by pouring a solidifying solution into the continuous trench and solidifying it therein.
  • (3) A vertical reinforcement wall 17 is built behind this oblique wall 18.

After an underground reinforcement is constructed by successively building the vertical reinforcement walls 17 and the oblique walls 18 within a specified area, a paved road 19 is built on the ground surface.

The oblique wall 18 may be comprised of a single wall obliquely extending between the vertical reinforcement walls 17 or two crosswise intersecting walls.

By building the oblique walls 18 between vertical reinforcement walls 17, the strength of the underground reinforcement can be considerably enhanced and, particularly, a highly earthquake-resistant bank wall can be built.

C. Water Cutoff during the Construction of a Common Trench as a third embodiment (see FIG. 7).

In the case that a common trench 20 of concrete or like material for accommodating wires and pipes such as gas pipes, electric wires, water pipes and sewage pipes is built in the ground, since there is a likelihood of submergence from below during the excavation of the trench in a place where free-water elevation is high, a cutoff bottom wall needs to be built below the common trench 20.

In this case, there has been conventionally adopted a time and labor consuming method for building vertical walls up to an impermeable bed at the opposite sides of the common trench.

Contrary to this, if a building method according to the invention is adopted, after vertical walls 21 are built at the opposite sides of the common trench 20, a slanting continuous trench is so excavated as to extend over the two vertical walls 21 and a solidifying solution is poured thereinto and solidified therein. In this way, a slanting cutoff bottom wall 22 can be easily built at a reduced cost and for a short time.

D. Prevention of the Liquefaction of the Ground as a fourth embodiment (FIG. 8)

The liquefaction of the ground can be prevented by preventing the gushing of groundwater.

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 8, slanting continuous trenches are continuously excavated in a zigzag manner in the ground which is likely to experience a liquefaction. A zigzag continuous cutoff wall 23 is built by pouring a solidifying solution into the zigzag trench and solidifying it therein. A liquefaction prevention ground which is cut off from groundwater is built over a wide range above the continuous cutoff wall 23.

E. Conservancy of River and Sea Banks as further explanatory examples (Hereafter, Description is Made Taking a River Bank as an Example). E-1 Construction of a Bank Protection Wall

Conventionally, a construction work for the protection of a bank to stop a washout (erosion of the river bank) has been generally done by a following technique.

  • (a) A poling board is placed in water near the river bank to dam up the water, thereby performing a so-called coffering.
  • (b) After the water at the land side with respect to the poling board is pumped out, the slope of the river bank is reformed.
  • (c) Concrete is deposited on the bank surface including the slanting surface thereof to consolidate the foundation.
  • (d) After the concrete surface at the slope is covered with soil or earth, the poling board is removed.

However, according to this technique, since the natural bank slope is worked, it cannot meet a recent demand for remaining natural views.

Further, many construction steps of this technique leads to a poor construction efficiency and a higher cost.

Furthermore, the river is dammed up and the construction work is done at the outside of the river bank, it is difficult to quickly evacuate at the time of the rise of water. Thus, no construction work is normally possible during a flooding period (June through November).

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 9, a slanting continuous trench is excavated in the river bank along a natural bank slope 24, and a slanting bank protection wall 25 is built along the bank by pouring a solidifying solution into this continuous trench and solidifying it therein.

According to this technique, since it is not necessary to work the natural bank slope 24 and the bank protection wall 25 is concealed in the ground, natural views can be maintained.

Further, even if the bank slope 24 is washed out to expose the bank protection wall 25 as shown in FIG. 10, since the bank protection wall 25 is slanting, the bank is allowed to have a bank slope which is very similar to the original bank slope 24.

In addition, since the construction work can be done on the bank and it is not necessary to dam up the river, evacuation at the time of the rise of water can be easily made. Thus, the construction work can be made possible even during a flooding period.

E-2 Countermeasure against the Leakage of Already Existing Embankments

In the case that an embankment itself or its foundation portion is a permeable bed, there is a likelihood that river water permeates through this permeable bed and leaks to the land side.

In such a case, a labor and cost consuming technique has been conventionally adopted: a cutoff wall is built on the bank slope at the river side in the case that the embankment itself is a permeable bed, whereas a poling board for water cutoff purpose is placed in the case that the foundation portion is a permeable bed.

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 11, in the case that a foundation portion 27 of an embankment 26 (or the embankment itself) is a permeable bed, a slanting continuous trench is excavated along a bank slope 28 on the embankment, and a slanting cutoff wall 29 is built by pouring a solidifying solution into this trench and solidifying it therein. Identified by 30 is an impermeable bed.

According to this technique, a construction work for preventing the leakage from the river side to the land side can be efficiently performed with a fewer number of construction steps and at a reduced cost.

E-3 Reinforcement of an Already Existing Embankment

As shown in FIG. 12, slip destruction occurs when the embankment 26 is weak. Further, if the embankment 26 and the foundation portion 27 are both weak, slip destruction occurs, extending over the both as indicated by phantom line in FIG. 12.

In order to prevent such a slip destruction, a slanting reinforcement wall 31 is built in the embankment 26 as shown in FIG. 13, or in the foundation portion 27 as shown in FIG. 14, or over the embankment 26 and the foundation portion 27 as shown in FIG. 15.

In such a case, as compared with the vertical reinforcement wall, a leaning wall effect: the weight of the slanting reinforcement wall 31 acts against the earth pressure, can be obtained, thereby enhancing a reinforcing function and a slip destruction preventing effect.

F. Further embodiments of Vertical Water Cutoff Technique

According to the vertical water cutoff techniques shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the slanting cutoff walls 22, 23 are linearly built. Accordingly, in the case that an area is desired to be enclosed by cutoff walls, vertical walls need to be built at the opposite sides with respect to the widthwise directions of the cutoff walls 22, 23. In other words, there is a disadvantage that the cutoff walls cannot be continuously built.

In view of the above, following techniques may be adopted.

  • (I) In the case that a stockroom for compressed air or the like is constructed in the ground, a conical continuous trench G is excavated by moving the excavator in circle on the ground with a contact point of the cutter 2 with the ground surface as a fixed point as shown in FIGS. 16 and 17. By pouring a solidifying solution into this trench G and solidifying it therein, a conical cutoff roof 32 is built.

    As shown in FIG. 17, a cylindrical side wall 33 according to a fifth embodiment of the invention is built around the cutoff roof 32 up to an impermeable bed 34. The underground stockroom is constructed by removing earth and sand between the cutoff roof 32, the side wall 33 and the impermeable bed 34 and connecting the cutoff roof 32 and the side wall 33.

  • (II) In the case that a cutoff bottom wall is built at the time of pit excavation, the excavator is moved in circle on the ground with an intermediate point of a portion of the cutter placed in the ground as a fixed point, thereby excavating an inverted conical and a conical continuous trenches G at upper and lower sides of the underground, respectively, with their apices in contact with each other as shown in FIG. 18. A solidifying solution is poured into these trenches G and solidified therein, thereby building an inverted conical and a conical continuous walls 35, 36 at the upper and lower sides, respectively, as a sixth embodiment of the invention.

    After or before this operation, a cylindrical side wall 37 is built up to an impermeable bed 38.

    Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 19, pit excavation is performed for an area enclosed by the side wall 37 with the lower side conical continuous wall 36 used as a cutoff bottom wall.

    It should be noted that this technique may also be used as a technique for constructing an underground stockroom deep in the underground by building the side wall 37 deeper than the lower side conical wall 36 and using the conical wall 36 as a cutoff roof as indicated by phantom line in FIG. 19.

  • (III) By moving the excavator in circle with the bottom end of the portion of the cutter placed in the ground as a fixed point, an inverted conical continuous trench G is excavated as shown in FIG. 20. A solidifying solution is poured into this trench G and solidified therein. In this way, a cutoff bottom wall for a circular pit excavation area or liquefaction prevention area can be efficiently continuously built according to a further explanatory example.

In the foregoing embodiments and explanatory examples, the solidifying solution (cement slurry) is poured into the excavated continuous trench and mixed with the soil available in the original position to build a continuous wall of soil cement. However, concrete may be poured into the excavated trench and solidified therein to build a concrete continuous wall.

Alternatively, the continuous wall may be built by inserting panels of steel or concrete into the excavated continuous trench while connecting them in a transverse direction.

The present invention is widely applicable to a variety of purposes other than those mentioned in the foregoing embodiments.

On the other hand, in the building apparatus (excavator), the backstay 10 is constructed by a hydraulic cylinder and the inclination is adjusted by expanding and contracting this hydraulic cylinder in the foregoing embodiments. However, the backstay 10 may be telescopically constructed merely by an inner tube and an outer tube and the inclination may be adjusted with the help of a crane or like lifting apparatus.

Industrial Application

As described above, according to the present invention, the slanting continuous trench is excavated by obliquely mounting the chain cutter provided with excavation blades on the running carriage and moving the running carriage in the transverse direction while rotating the cutter with the cutter obliquely placed in the ground, and the wall material is poured into this excavated trench, thereby building the slanting continuous wall in the ground. Accordingly, the application of the continuous walls is the use as a cutoff wall having a water cutoff function along vertical direction.

Furthermore, according to the invention the continuous wall is built as the repair roof of the underground construction such as a stockroom for radioactive wastes.

According to the invention defined in claim 2, the roof and the floor for preventing the entry of water into the underground stockroom can be efficiently built with a fewer number of construction steps.

In this case, according to the invention defined in claim 3, the inverted conical and conical continuous walls are built at the upper and lower side with the apices thereof in contact with each other, and the lower continuous wall can be used as a cutoff bottom wall for pit excavation or an underground roof for an underground stockroom.

Further, according to the invention defined in claim 4, the continuous wall can be built as a water cutoff bottom wall for preventing the entry of groundwater into a trench excavated, e.g. to build a common trench in the ground where free-water elevation is high.


Anspruch[de]
  1. Verfahren zum Erstellen einer unterirdischen fortlaufenden Wand, wobei

       ein Kettenmeißel (2), bei dem eine mit Schaufelblättern versehene endlose Kette (6) zwischen einem oberen und einem unteren Ende einer Meißelsäule (3) angebracht ist, schräg an einem Fahrtschlitten (1) angebracht ist;

       eine fortlaufende Grube (G) durch Bewegen des Fahrtschlittens (1) in einer Querrichtung ausgehöhlt wird, während der Meißel (2) gedreht wird, wobei der Meißel (2) schräg in dem Boden angeordnet ist;

       und eine geneigte fortlaufende Wand (R1, R2; 32; 35, 36) in dem Boden dadurch gebildet wird, dass ein Wandmaterial in die so ausgehöhlte fortlaufende Grube (G) gegossen wird; dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass

       die geneigte fortlaufende Wand (R1, R2; 32; 35, 36) eine vertikale Richtung schneidet, um so Wasser in einer vertikalen Richtung abzuschotten, wobei

       die geneigte fortlaufende Grube (G) so ausgehöhlt wird, dass sie einen im wesentlichen V-förmigen Querschnitt aufweist, und das Wandmaterial wird in diese fortlaufende Grube (G) gegossen, wobei

       der im wesentlichen V-förmige Querschnitt der geneigten fortlaufenden Grube (G) so orientiert ist, dass eine geneigte fortlaufende Wand erstellt wird, die als ein Dach (R1, R2) eines unterirdischen Aufbaus dient.
  2. Verfahren zum Erstellen einer unterirdischen fortlaufenden Wand gemäß Anspruch 1, wobei eine konische fortlaufende Grube dadurch ausgehöhlt wird, dass der Fahrtschlitten in einem Kreis bewegt wird, und das Wandmaterial wird in diese fortlaufende Grube gegossen, um eine konische fortlaufende Wand (36) zu erstellen, die als eine Abschottungswand dient.
  3. Verfahren zum Erstellen einer unterirdischen fortlaufenden Wand gemäß Anspruch 2, wobei eine umgekehrt konische fortlaufende Grube und eine konische fortlaufende Grube an einer oberen und an einer unteren Seite unterirdisch so ausgehöhlt werden, dass die Spitzen der entsprechenden konischen fortlaufenden Gruben miteinander in Kontakt sind, indem der Fahrtschlitten in einem Kreis bewegt wird, wobei ein Mittelpunkt eines Abschnittes des Meißels, der in dem Boden angeordnet ist, als ein fester Punkt festgelegt wird.
  4. Verfahren zum Erstellen einer unterirdischen fortlaufenden Wand, wobei

       ein Kettenmeißel (2), bei dem eine mit Schaufelblättern versehene endlose Kette (6) zwischen einem oberen und einem unteren Ende einer Meißelsäule (3) angebracht ist, schräg an einem Fahrtschlitten (1) angebracht ist;

       eine fortlaufende Grube (G) dadurch ausgehöhlt wird, dass der Fahrtschlitten (1) in einer Querrichtung bewegt wird, während der Meißel (2) gedreht wird, wobei der Meißel (2) schräg in dem Boden angeordnet ist;

       und eine geneigte fortlaufende Wand (22) dadurch in dem Boden erstellt wird, dass ein Wandmaterial in die so ausgehöhlte fortlaufende Grube (G) gegossen wird; dadurch

    gekennzeichnet, dass

       die geneigte fortlaufende Wand (22) eine vertikale Richtung schneidet, um so Wasser in einer vertikalen Richtung abzuschotten, wobei

       die geneigte fortlaufende Grube so ausgehöhlt wird, dass sie sich über zwei vertikale Wände (21) erstreckt, die in spezifischen Räumen in dem Boden erstellt werden, und dass das Wandmaterial in diese fortlaufende Grube gegossen wird, um eine geneigte fortlaufende Wand (22) zu erstellen, die als eine Abschottungsbodenwand dient, um das Eintreten von Wasser in den Bereich zwischen den beiden vertikalen Wänden (21) von unten zu verhindern.
Anspruch[en]
  1. An underground continuous wall building method, wherein

       a chain cutter (2) in which an endless chain (6) provided with excavation blades is fitted between upper and bottom ends of a cutter post (3) is obliquely mounted on a running carriage (1);

       a continuous trench (G) is excavated by moving the running carriage (1) in a transverse direction while the cutter (2) is rotated with the cutter (2) obliquely placed in the ground;

       and a slanting continuous wall (R1, R2; 32; 35, 36) is built in the ground by pouring a wall material into the thus excavated continuous trench (G) ; characterized in that

       the slanting continuous wall (R1, R2; 32; 35, 36) intersects a vertical direction so as to cut off water in a vertical direction, wherein

       the slanting continuous trench (G) is so excavated as to have a substantially dihedral cross section and the wall material is poured into this continuous trench (G), wherein

       the substantially dihedral cross section of the slanting continuous trench (G) is oriented such as to build a slanting continuous wall which serves as a roof (R1, R2) of an underground construction.
  2. An underground continuous wall building method according to claim 1, wherein a conical continuous trench is excavated by moving the running carriage in circle and the wall material is poured into this continuous trench in order to build a conical continuous wall (36) which serves as a cutoff wall.
  3. An underground continuous wall building method according to claim 2, wherein an inverted conical continuous trench and a conical continuous trench are excavated at upper and lower sides of the underground in such a manner that the apices of the respective conical continuous trenches are in contact with each other, by moving the running carriage in circle with an intermediate point of a portion of the cutter placed in the ground set as a fixed point.
  4. An underground continuous wall building method, wherein

       a chain cutter (2) in which an endless chain (6) provided with excavation blades is fitted between upper and bottom ends of a cutter post (3) is obliquely mounted on a running carriage (1);

       a continuous trench (G) is excavated by moving the running carriage (1) in a transverse direction while the cutter (2) is rotated with the cutter (2) obliquely placed in the ground;

       and a slanting continuous wall (22) is built in the ground by pouring a wall material into the thus excavated continuous trench (G); characterized in that

       the slanting continuous wall (22) intersects a vertical direction so as to cut off water in a vertical direction, wherein

       the slanting continuous trench is so excavated as to extend over two vertical walls (21) built at a specified spacing in the ground and the wall material is poured into this continuous trench in order to build a slanting continuous wall (22) which serves as a cutoff bottom wall for preventing the entry of water into the region between the two vertical walls (21) from below.
Anspruch[fr]
  1. Procédé de construction de murs continus souterrains, dans lequel :
    • une haveuse à chaîne (2) dans laquelle une chaîne continue (6) pourvue de lames d'excavation est ajustée entre des extrémités supérieures et inférieures d'un montant de haveuse (3) est montée de manière oblique sur un chariot mobile (1) ;
    • une tranchée continue (G) est excavée en déplaçant le chariot mobile (1) dans un sens transversal alors que la haveuse (2) est mise en rotation, la haveuse (2) étant placée de manière oblique dans le sol ;
    • et un mur continu incliné (R1, R2 ; 32 ; 35, 36) est construit dans le sol en versant un matériau de mur dans la tranchée continue ainsi excavée (G) ; caractérisé en ce que
    • le mur continu incliné (R1, R2 ; 32 ; 35, 36) coupe un sens vertical de manière à isoler l'eau dans un sens vertical, dans lequel
    • la tranchée continue inclinée (G) est excavée de manière à avoir une section transversale sensiblement dièdre et le matériau de mur est versé dans cette tranchée continue (G), dans laquelle
    • la section transversale sensiblement dièdre de la tranchée continue inclinée (G) est orientée de manière à construire un mur continu incliné qui sert de toit (R1, R2) d'une construction souterraine.
  2. Procédé de construction de mur continu souterrain selon la revendication 1, dans lequel une tranchée continue conique est excavée en déplaçant le chariot mobile en cercle et le matériau de mur est versé dans cette tranchée continue pour construire un mur continu conique (36) qui sert de mur d'isolation.
  3. Procédé de construction de mur continu souterrain selon la revendication 2, dans lequel une tranchée continue conique inversée et une tranchée continue conique sont excavées au niveau de côtés supérieur et inférieur du souterrain de telle manière que les sommets des tranchées continues coniques respectives sont en contact l'un avec l'autre, en déplaçant le chariot mobile en cercle avec un point intermédiaire d'une partie de la haveuse placée dans le sol installée à un point fixe.
  4. Procédé de construction de mur continu souterrain, dans lequel

    une haveuse à chaîne (2) dans laquelle une chaîne continue (6) pourvue de lames d'excavation est ajustée entre des extrémités supérieures et inférieures d'un montant de haveuse (3) est montée de manière oblique sur un chariot mobile (1) ;

    une tranchée continue (G) est excavée en déplaçant le chariot mobile (1) dans un sens transversal alors que la haveuse (2) est mise en rotation, la haveuse (2) étant placée de manière oblique dans le sol ;

    et un mur continu incliné (22) est construit dans le sol en versant un matériau de mur dans la tranchée continue ainsi excavée (G) ;

    caractérisé en ce que

    le mur continu incliné (22) coupe un sens vertical de manière à isoler l'eau dans un sens vertical, dans lequel

    la tranchée continue inclinée est excavée de manière à s'étendre sur deux murs verticaux (21) construits à un espacement spécifié dans le sol et le matériau de mur est versé dans cette tranchée continue pour construire un mur continu incliné (22) qui sert de mur de fond d'isolation pour empêcher l'entrée de l'eau dans la zone entre les deux murs verticaux (21) depuis le dessous.






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