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Storage in excavated rock caverns

rockstore 77 : proceedings of the First international Symposium, Stockholm, 5-8 September 1977

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Underground storage -- Congresses.,
  • Waste disposal in the ground -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Magnus Bergman.
    ContributionsBergman, S. Magnus.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA730 .S74 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4559318M
    ISBN 100080224075
    LC Control Number77030591

    Thus, a detailed cavern stability assessment based on field data collection from the excavated cavern’s face is critically important. This paper discusses continuum and discontinuum modelling of underground rock caverns based on case study of crude oil storage project located on southern coast of India. and ter minated at the fresh bedrock layer where the start of the main storage rock caverns had been excavated using. dill and blast methods under the seabed as shown in Fig. 2.

      Kim H-M, Rutqvist J, Jeong J-H, Choi B-H, Ryu D-W, Song W-K () Characterizing excavation damaged zone and stability of pressurized lined rock caverns for underground compressed air energy storage. Rock Mech Rock Eng – CrossRef Google Scholar.   In this paper, we investigate the influence of the excavation damaged zone (EDZ) on the geomechanical performance of compressed air energy storage (CAES) in lined rock caverns. We conducted a detailed characterization of the EDZ in rock caverns that have been excavated for a Korean pilot test program on CAES in (concrete) lined rock caverns at shallow depth.

    Stability of large underground caverns excavated in layered rock masses with steep dip angles: a case study Book. Apr ; the stability of deep underground cavern excavation is a hot. Geotechnical issues and guidelines for storage of compressed air in excavated hard rock caverns. Prepared for the U.S Department of Energy under Contract DE-ACRLO Allen RD, Doherty TJ, Erikson RL, Wiles LE () Factors affecting storage of compressed air in porous-rock reservoirs, PNL, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, WA.


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Current dead-storage functions of excavated, underground space include: (1) containment of waste hydrocarbons and mercury compounds in salt caverns, (2) mine storage of rock waste as backfill, and (3) mine disposal of toxic dust from ore milling.

Storage in Excavated Rock Caverns: Rockstore Proceedings of the First International Symposium, Stockholm, SeptemberS. Magnus Bergman, ISBNEditor S. Magnus Bergman.

Get this from a library. Storage in excavated rock caverns: rockstore proceedings of the First international Symposium, Stockholm, September [S Magnus Bergman;]. storage in excavated rock cavern(s) Felskavernenlagerung f, Felskavernenspeicherung. storage in excavated rock cavern(s) Felskavernenlagerung f, Felskavernenspeicherung Search within book.

Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Navigate to page number. of Next. About this reference work. The drainage system of the lined underground LNG storage cavern is composed of drainage tunnel excavated beneath the cavern and drain holes drilled on rock surface of the drainage tunnel.

After the access tunnel for constructing caverns reaches to depth of cavern bottom, drainage access tunnel is excavated by depth of drainage tunnel by: 1. Final report.

[Salt caverns, excavated caverns, aquifers and depleted fields]}, author = {Foh, S and Novil, M and Rockar, E and Storage in excavated rock caverns book, P}, abstractNote = {The technical and economic feasibility of storing hydrogen in underground storage reservoirs is evaluated. The past and present technology of storing gases, primarily natural gas is reviewed.

Rock temperatures around cavern. LNG-storage in insulated rock caverns Second pilot plant Utilizing our experience from the first pilot plant we constructed a second plant double the size of the first, or 20 m3. As mentioned, it is essential that the rock around the cavern be grouted.

Storage cavern - 20, m 3 - for LPG Fig.2 A model of the underground ^ storage cavern with coredrilling (long) and shorter observation holes.

Below the surface (thin line) the groundwater level in the rock (dashed line) s leakage would occur from the existing caverns to the new ones where blasting was going : Sixten Ullgren.

STORAGE OF HEAVY FUEL OIL IN ROCK CAVERNS DURING THREE DECADES S.H. Moberg Swedish State Power Board, VMlingby, Sweden In the course of three decades the Vattenfall (The Swedish State P o w e r B o a r d) has successively extended and utilized a system of cavern storage facilites to stock heavy fuel o i l.

PRACTICAL PROCEDURE FOR PREINVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING UNLINED ROCK STORAGE CAVERNS FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Lars Soderberg Skanska Cementgjuteriet, Danderyd, Sweden The survey to precede the planning of a rock storage cavern for petroleum products is designed to supply answers as to such considerations as storage location, cavern parameters, required rock.

The first commercial underground rock caverns for hydrocarbon storage in South East Asia, the Jurong Rock Caverns Project (JRC Project), have recently been completed in Singapore.

Once the depth and the crosssectional shape of the storage cavern have been selected, the layout has to take into account the geological constraints (rock strength, jointing, risk of fault zones, orientation of main in situ stresses), the constructional aspects (sequence of excavation, maximum slope of internal access ramp, heights of heading.

The stability of large excavated caverns for underground powerhouses, metro stations and other facilities require careful design as well as precisely sequenc. Kamal Deshapriya. 1 Going Underground 2 Up to second world war.

First solution mined cavern in the Canada reportedly conceived in early 3 4 T storage facility for commercial propane Storage facility for butane T - 5 million m3 capacity - 6 7 8 First natural underground storage facility in Australia m under port botany in Sydney MT of LPG storage.

The principle of such storage employs hydrodynamic containment of the product. As the large rock caverns are excavated by conventional drill and blast method, the groundwater management is of utmost importance to conserve ground water and avoid inadvertent de-saturation of rock mass.

For large caverns there is a need to excavate the caverns in steps. The top heading is completed first followed by benching Top Heading 30 M. Benches 20 M. Ten story building Excavation method adopted for large caverns Need for Access to Various Levels in Large Caverns Excavation Using Drill & Blast (For Hard Rock).

In this study, two-dimensional (2D) elastoplastic analysis is performed using the finite-element code Phase 2D to study the rock mass behavior caused by staged excavation of the cavern (20 m wide × 30 m high). The excavation of the cavern is simulated with different stages, i.e., excavation of a pilot tunnel and subsequent side slashing.

Underground hydrogen storage is the practice of hydrogen storage in caverns, salt domes and depleted oil/gas fields. Large quantities of gaseous hydrogen have been stored in caverns for many years. The storage of large quantities of hydrogen underground in solution-mined salt domes, aquifers, excavated rock caverns, or mines can function as grid energy storage, essential for the hydrogen economy.

@article{osti_, title = {Underground storage of hydrogen. [Depleted gas field, an aquifer, a salt cavern, and excavated rock cavern]}, author = {Foh, S.E.

and Rockar, E.M.}, abstractNote = {An extensive study of the technical and economic feasibility of storing hydrogen gas in underground reservoirs is briefly summarized. A depleted gas field, an aquifer, a salt cavern, and an excavated.

Design of large caverns 7 On the basis of the rock mass classifications and the laboratory and field tests listed in Tables 1 to 3, the following estimates of the rock mass properties were made using the Hoek-Brown criterion.

(Hoek and Brown,) Table 4: Estimated rock mass properties – based on laboratory and field tests. The basic principle of such storage in unlined rock caverns is the hydraulic confinement. Thus, the rock caverns are planned at a depth such that there is sufficient hydrostatic pressure to.STORAGE IN EXCAVATED ROCK CAVERNS Rockstore 77 Proceedings of the First International Symposium, Stockholm September Edited by MAGNUS BERGMAN i IN THREE VOLUMES VOLUME 3.s I:) ""' i\S.N PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD * NEW YORK *.

The analysis of seepage behavior through a rock mass is vital to the design of any underground oil storage project. A sufficient amount of water pressure is necessary for the hydraulic confinement of the stored product in unlined caverns in order to .