Controlled Blasting Technique Applied to the Construction of the Canada Underground Research Laboratory

캐나다 Underground Research Laboratory 건설을 위한 조절발파기법의 적용

  • Kwon Sang-Ki ;
  • Kuzyk Gregory W. (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Published : 2005.06.01

Abstract

The Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute is currently planning the construction of an Underground Research Tunnel to carry out research and development related to the disposal of high-level wastes from nuclear reactors used to generate electrical power. This paper discusses the excavation methods used to construct the Canadian Underground Research Laboratory and their application in planning for the construction of a similar underground laboratory and eventually an underground repository for high-level wastes in Korea.

Keywords

controlled blasting;long-round blasting;URL;repository

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