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Hideki Shimada Last modified date:2018.09.18



Graduate School
Undergraduate School


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Homepage
http://rock.mine.kyushu-u.ac.jp
Laboratory of Rock Engineering and Mining Machinery .
Phone
092-802-3332
Fax
092-802-3368
Academic Degree
Dr. Eng.
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
No
Field of Specialization
Rock Engineering, Mining Machinery, Solid Resources Mining
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
01years06months
Outline Activities
Rock engineering as well as rock mechanics is a truly interdisciplinary subject, with applications in geology and geophysics, mining, petroleum, and civil engineering. It relates to energy recovery and development, construction of underground spaces for transportation, water resources and defense facilities, prediction of earthquakes, and many other activities of greatest importance.
Practitioners in this field have made important contributions in mining and civil engineering possible by accumulated practical experience, engineering judgment and often by a trial-and-error approach. In essence, the rock engineering practice has traditionally been an art rather than an engineering science. Despite this fact, the rock engineering science has been advanced by the devoted efforts of many scientist, researchers and engineers.
Today, many workers in the rock engineering field tend to use comprehensive numerical modeling to study and solve complex issues. Although these models are powerful, it is difficult and rather impossible to obtain the necessary input data. It should be emphasized that field observations and measurements could play an important role in solving the issues. It has been pointed out that there is a big gap between theories and practice.

1. Grouting system in rock masses and backfilling system in pipe jacking.
2. Estimation of initial stress conditions using AE.
3. Fully mechanized and automated rock excavation system in surface mines.
4. Stabilization of ground with mud slurry in pipe-jacking system.
5. Flow and solidification behaviors of fly-ash slurry in backfilling system.
Research
Research Interests
  • Study on blast control at limestone quarry
    keyword : Limestone Quarry, Blast vibration, Control of fragmentation
    2007.04~2020.03Study on blast control at limestone quarry.
  • Study on control of acid mine drainage at opuncut coal mine
    keyword : Acid mine drainage, Opencut mine
    2007.04~2020.03Study on control of acid mine drainage at opuncut coal mine.
  • Study on the utilization of cemented flyash
    keyword : Flyash cement, Highly Utilization
    2002.04~2020.03Title : Study on the utilization of cemented flyash Abstract : A large amount of flyash from the coal combustion is produced. About 55% of flyash in Japan is now utilized and the remains are dumped at disposal sites; however, the life of these sites is limited. Therefore, in this study, an effort was made to analyze the lining materials by applying flyash cement as a part of its recycle and utilization. When flyash is added to Portland cement, the same kinds of oxides as those of the cement are added. As an injection component, flyash acts, in part, as a fine aggregate which has similar function to fine debris materials of slake-prone rock and, in part, as a binding component. From these points of view, in order to clarify to what degree the flyash content affects the properties of the lining materials, some different combinations of flyash, Portland cement and water were considered by means of several laboratory experiments, such as a fluidability test, unconfined compressive test, slaking index test and so on. Also, a numerical method was applied to analyzing the slake-prone rock slope stability when the mixtures are implemented as lining materials of the embankment..
  • Study on design and construction of underground pipeline by pipe jacking
    keyword : Pipe jacking, Thrust, Mud slurry, Mud cake, No-dig method
    1996.04~2020.03Title : Study on design and construction of underground pipeline by pipe jacking Abstract : In order to protect the safety of workers construction, as well as for environmental and cost reasons, efficient small-diameter shallow tunneling methods have recently become increasingly important in regards to outside plant engineering such as for water supplies, electricity, telecommunications and gas. The effects of the above projects in overcrowded urban areas are significant and often result in substantial impact and traffic delays associated with a loss of travel time. Clearly the solution to these utility placement problems, if the full impact of trench excavation is to be avoided, is trench less technology. In particular, for construction work near existing facilities, underground tunnels that are excavated by slurry pipe-jacking are being increasingly employed in order to avoid problems. Slurry pipe-jacking was firmly established as a special method for the non-disruptive construction of the underground pipelines of sewage systems. Pipe-jacking, in its traditional form, has occasionally been used for short railways, roads, rivers, and other projects. Basically the system involves the pushing or thrusting of a drivage machine through concrete pipes ahead of jacks. This method utilizes mud slurry that is formed around the pipes in order to stabilize the surrounding soil. Moreover, in recent years, the rectangular shape of the concrete pipe in using slurry pipe-jacking was introduced due to the effective uses of the space. Based on his reason, the rectangular shape of the concrete pipe is often adopted in Japan. From these points of view, we research several kinds of experiments and analyses for pipe jacking..
  • Study on fluid behavior of grouting materials into soil voids
    keyword : Grout, Improvement of soil, Behaviour of seepage
    1998.04~2020.03Title : Study on fluid behavior of grouting materials into soil voids Abstract : The injection process into the rock voids is classified into three large processes. There are a transportation process of cement particles, a clogging process in the rock voids and a hardening process. In the analysis, the clogging process and the transportation process were analyzed. As to the analysis of the clogging process, the material transport equation considering the filtration theory was introduced and used. As to the analysis of the transportation process, the equation of the plug flow that was related to Bingham fluid instead of Darcy’s law was expanded and used. From the results of these analyses, the existence of grout concentration corresponding to the purpose was suggested..
  • Study on effect of chemical grout injection on stability of soil and environment
    keyword : Chemical grouting, Improvement of soil
    2000.04~2020.03Title : Study on effect of chemical grout injection on stability of soil and environment Abstract : In order to maintain a permanent stability of the surrounding soil, chemical grouting material is injected. However, the behavior of the chemical grouting material in the surrounding soil around the tunnel has not yet been clearly understood. Hence, in an effort to identify the performance of the chemical grouting material in the surrounding soil, it can be applied to the seepage and dispersion behavior of the chemical grouting material by using the Eulerian-Lagrangian analysis..
  • Study on estimation of fracture toughness of rock in several kinds of environment
    keyword : Fracture toughness, Stress of rock mass, Condition of environment
    2001.04~2020.03Title : Study on estimation of fracture toughness of rock in several kinds of environment Abstract: Fracture mechanics is increasingly used for the analysis of explosive and non-explosive fragmentation of rock as well as for other applications such as the prevention of failures of mine structures and nuclear waste containment in the proposed underground repositories. Fracture toughness is an important material property that corresponds to the critical state of the stress intensity factor required for crack initiation and the subsequent propagation. In past, most rock fracture toughness tests have been performed under ambient conditions mainly due to the experimental limitations. However, it is essential that the measurements be carried out at in-situ conditions such as elevated pressures and temperatures in order to determine the true properties of rock buried underground. From these points of view we research the experimental results of fracture toughness of typical sedimentary rocks under elevated temperatures and pressures..
  • Study on estimation of slaking behavior of argillaceous rock
    keyword : Slake durability, Testing method
    2000.04~2020.03Title : Study on estimation of slaking behavior of argillaceous rock Abstract : Slaking is a form of physical deterioration and breakdown of rock after exposure to the air or moisture. It may begin almost immediately from where the problems may arise on account of the rock propensity to slaking. The rock that naturally tends to slake is usually called slake-prone rock. Argillaceous rocks, as in this case, are the most common rock type that are frequently and notorious when used in the engineering projects due to their poor slaking behavior. Many argillaceous rocks slake rapidly so that the rock-like properties they exhibit during excavation often change to properties more characteristics of soil, resulting in excessive erosion and countless slope failures. The susceptibility of argillaceous rocks to slaking in their engineering environment is generally characterized by slaking tests, which essentially aims to analyze their resistance to physical deterioration and breakdown when subjected to a simulated short-term weathering process. In humid tropical regions of Indonesia, erosion problems are common, particularly pertaining argillaceous rock slopes. The two main principle factor processes of erosion are raindrop impact and transportation of particles by flowing water. The amount of particle loss is governed by six factors: length of slope, slope gradient, ground cover, material type, management and rainfall. For slopes in argillaceous rocks, an additional and very vital factor is the susceptibility of the rock to slaking. Furthermore, it is fundamental to assess the rock potential for erosion and, particularly, the likely erosion risk over time. The comparison of the slaking characteristics and existing natural erosion is one means of establishing the information of significant erosion potential in order to avoid environmental problems. From these points of view, we research this topic..
Current and Past Project
  • Study on the mechanism of excavation and transportation by auger mining system
  • Study on the utilization of flyash considering global environment
  • Study on control of rock mass at Indonesian Gold Mine
  • Study on recycle of mud slurry system by slurry pipe jacking
  • Study on large diameter pipe jacking systems
  • Intelligent models in the Control of Mining Technologies
Academic Activities
Books
1. Yoshiomi SONODA, Hideki SHIMADA, Solid Mechanics, 2011.12.
2. Fundamental Engineering Solid Mechanics
Yoshiomi SONODA, Hideki SHIMADA
Kyoritsu Shuppan Co. Ltd., 2005.
Reports
1. History and Current Technology of Pipe Roof Method
Hideki SHIMADA, Toru SATO, Kikuo MATSUI
The Foundation Engineering and Equipment, Vol.41, No.3, 2013.
2. Application of Grouting Technology in Pipe Jacking and Its Tasks -Characteristics and Problems of Lubricant-
Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Takashi SENDA, Kikuo MATSUI
Micro-tunnelling, Vol.26, No.12, pp.3-9, 2012.
3. Pipe Jacking and Behavior of Soil
Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SENDA
No-Dig Today, No.79, pp.57-61, April 2012.
4. Review of Pipe Jacking for Rock Mass
Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI
Journal of Micro-tunneling, pp.3-6, Vol.24, No.5, May 2010.
5. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Application of Flash Setting Material for Temporary Earthquake Disaster Restoration of Gas Pipelines Using Fly Ash Cement Mixture, Journal of Novel Carbon Resouce Sciences, Vol.1, pp.1-5, 2010.03.
6. Pipe Jacking Technology for the Construction of Urban Infrastructures
Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi KAWAI, Kikuo MATSUI
Magazine, Micro-tunnelling Technology, Vol.23, No.10, 2009.
Papers
1. Zhiyi ZHANG, Hideki SHIMADA, Numerical Study on the Effectiveness of Grouting Reinforcement on the Large Heaving Floor of the
Deep Retained Goaf-side Gateroad: A Case Study in China, Energies, 11, 1001; doi:10.3390/en11041001, 2018.04.
2. Kai WEN, Hideki SHIMADA, Wei ZENG, Takashi SASAOKA, Deyu QIAN, Friction Analysis of Pipe-slurry-soil Interaction and Jacking Force Prediction of Rectangular Pipe Jacking, European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering, DOI. 10.1018/19648189.2018.1425156, 2018.01.
3. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Shizuo Ikuta, Feasibility of Chain Conveyor Cutter for Ocean Disposal Site's Construction, Journal of Geological Resource and Engineering, doi:10.17265/2328-2193/2017.04.003, 5, 4, 169-177, 2017.11.
4. Hideki Shimada, Shinji Matsumoto, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Takashi Sasaoka, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Effect of Acid Soil Properties on Soil Erosion at a Dumping Site in an Open-pit Coal Mine, Indonesia, Proc. of 2nd International Symposium on Land Reclamation and Ecological Restration, 239-244, 2017.10.
5. Zhiyi Zhang, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Stability Control of Retained Goaf-side Gateroad under Different Roof Conditions in Deep Underground Y Type Longwall Mining, Journal of Sustainability, doi:10.3390/su9101671, 9, 2017.09.
6. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Shizuo Ikuta, Development of Chain Conveyor Cutter Method and Its Application, Proc. of 26th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, 129-136, 2017.08, 近年、廃棄物最終処分場の処分容量の拡大が喫緊の課題となっており、その有力な解決手段として、一施設当たりの処分容量を格段に大きくできる海面埋立地を処分場として用いる海面処分方式が挙げられる。この海面処分方式の最も重要な機能は、廃棄物保有水の漏出を防ぐ遮水機能であり、遮水壁の築造のために地盤改良工法が用いられる。このような廃棄物最終処分場の建設や土壌汚染対策等に対応する環境分野、また地震や洪水等に対応を迫られている防災分野においては、構造物の基礎、土留・山留、液状化防止対策、地中連続遮水壁等の構築を目的として、強度や透水係数が深さ方向に均一で高品質、かつ経済的な地中連続遮水壁の築造が要求されている。
このような背景から、筆者は地中連続遮水壁の築造に供する新たな地盤掘削改良装置を開発し実用化に至っている。すなわち、駆動部にチェーンソータイプの機体を垂直に搭載し、チェーンを上下方向に回転させながら地中連続遮水壁を造成するチェーンソー方式であり、また汎用杭打機に搭載可能である。さらに、セメント等の改良材を地中に供給しながら、原地盤の軟弱土と改良材を強制的に撹拌混合して固化・強化するアースオーガ方式と同様に機体を出し入れしつつ、多様な形式の施工が容易な装置の新規開発に取り組み、新たな地盤掘削改良装置;チェーンコンベアカッター(略称;CCC)を完成させている。本論文は、この装置の企画・設計から実用機の開発および適用までの経緯を、現場での試験施工や実施工結果、数値解析等により検討を加えて取りまとめたものである。.
7. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Toru Sato, Masaya Hirai, Pipe Jacking / Micro-tunneling Technology in Japan and the Development of a New Micro-tunneling Boring Machine (MTBM), Journal of NO-DIG India, 8, 1, 10-15, 2017.06.
8. Shinji Matsumoto, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Interaction between Physical and Chemical Weathering of Argillaceous Rocks and the Effects on the Occurrence of Acid Mine Drinage (AMD), Geoscience Journal, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12303-016-0064-3, 2017.05.
9. Zhiyi Zhang, Hideki Shimada, Nong Zhang, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Optimization of Hard Roof Structure over Retained Goaf-side Gateroad by Pre-split Blasting Technology, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, DOI:10.1016/j.ijrmms.2017.04.007, 2017.04.
10. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Toru Sato, Fumihiko Matsumoto, Application of Pipe Jacking Technology into ASEAN Countries, Proc. of NASTT's 2017 No-Dig Show and ISTT's 35th annual International No-Dig, CD-ROM, 2017.04.
11. Kai Wen, Hideki Shimada, Wei Zeng, Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Numerical Analysis of Face Stability of Slurry Pipe Jacking Tunnel in Frozen Ground, Earth Science Research, 6, 2, 1-18, 2017.02.
12. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Takashi Senda, Practical Design of Over-cutting Area on Pipe Jacking Method by Application of Chemical Grouting, Proc. of the 8th Asian Joint Symposium on Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Tainan TAIWAN, CD-ROM, 2016.11.
13. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Keisuke Takahashi, Development of Construction Material for Covering of Seabed Resources Using Fly Ash, Proc. of 9th Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium, CD-ROM, 2016.10.
14. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Naung Naung, Phanthoudeth Pongpanya, Tunnel Crown Deformation Generated by Pipe Jacking Technology in a Weak Rock Underground Coal Mine, Proc. of International NO-DIG Beijing 2016 34th International Conference and Exhibition, Beijing CHINA, CD-ROM, 2016.10.
15. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Yoshihiko Kanemasu, Yasuharu Toshida, Development of Backfilling Material for Over-cutting Area of Pipe Jacking Using Fly Ash by Application of
Chemical Injection, Proc. of Trenchless Asia for Smart City 2016, CD-ROM, 2016.06.
16. Sendy Dwiki, Hideki Shimada, Rudy Sayoga Gautama, Takashi Sasaoka, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Fundamental Research of Fly Ash and Organic Material Utilization as Dry Cover Layer for Acid Mine Drainage Prevention Method: Column Leaching Study, International Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 5, 3, 121-132, 2016.05.
17. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Toru Sato, Effect of Construction of Tunnels by Pipe Roof Method on Adjacent Building Structure, Proc. of Trenchless Asia 2016 Conference, CD-ROM, 2016.05.
18. Hideki Shimada, Matsui Kikuo, Toru Sato, Masaya Hirai, Construction Technology of Utility Pipeline Installation in Rock and Gravel with Cobbles and Boulders by the Slurry Type Micro-tunneling Methods, Proc. of Trenchless Asia 2016 Conference, CD-ROM, 2016.05.
19. Sendy Dwiki, Hideki Shimada, Rudy Sayoga Gautama, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Takashi Sasaoka, Fatimah Koten, Shinji Matsumoto, Evaluation of Acid Mine Drainage Characterization for Predicting Post Drainage Water Quality in Coal Mines, Journal of the Polish Mineral Engineering Society, 36, 2, 23-28, 2016.03.
20. Shinji Matsumoto, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Rudy Sayoga Gautama, Construction of Dry Cover System for Prevention of Acid Mine Drainage at Mine Waste Dump in Open Cast Coal Mine, Journal of Environmental Protecton, 7, 161-169, 2016.02.
21. Seiichi Sakamoto, Shinji Matsumoto, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Keisuke Takahashi, New Development Covering Material Using Fly Ash for Construction of Seabed Structures, Proc. of International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology 2015, 201-204, 2015.12.
22. Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Hideki Shimada, Utilization of Coal Ash as a Barrier Material for Radioactive Waste Disposal, Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 10.4236/gep.2015.34005, 3, 3, 31-43, 2015.06.
23. Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro Hamanaka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Hideki Shimada, Construction of Seabed Structures by New Development Covering Material Using Fly Ash, Journal of Development and Applications of Oceanic Engineering, 10.14355/daoe.2015.04.001, 4, 1-9, 2015.06.
24. Akihiro Hamanaka, Naoya Inoue, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Ikuo Miyajima, Design of Self-sustainable Land Surface Against Soil Erosion at Rehabilitation Areas in Open-cut Mines in Tropical Areas, 29, 4, 305-315, 2015.06.
25. Akihiro Hamanaka, Naoya Inoue, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Ikuo Miyajima, Design of Self-sustainable Land Surface Against Soil Erosion at Rehabilitation Areas in Open-cut Mines in Tropical Areas, 29, 4, 305-315, 2015.06.
26. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Construction of Seabed Structures by New Development Covering Material Using Fly Ash, Proc. of 19th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, 1, 189-196, 2015.06.
27. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Senda, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Akihiro Hamanaka, Matsui Kikuo, Dai Watanabe, Analytical Study on Soil Behavior and Its Countermeasures Using a Pipe Jacking Method in Deep Strata, Proc. of International NO-DIG 2014 32nd Internatinal Conference and Exhibition, Madrid SPAIN, CD-ROM, 2014.10.
28. Qing Yu, Jinrong Ma, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Influence of Coal Extraction Operation on Shaft Lining Stability in Eastern Chinese Coal Mines, Journal of Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, 10.1007/s10706-014-9760-9, 32, 821-827, 2014.08, In order to find the relationship between the shaft lining stability and the coal extraction operation, a 3D numerical model of strata layers and shaft lining was established for simulating the influence of coal extraction operation on shaft lining. Certain factors including mining depth, safety pillar width, mining width and mining height were taken as the influence factors in the simulation. The results indicated that the coal extraction could lead to the initiation of the failure in the aquifer and rock layers. As the mining depth increases, the shear strain increment in aquifer becomes small. In this case, the distance between mining panel and aquifer should be larger than 220 m and the safety pillar width should not less than 70 m. The maximum principal stress in aquifer had a little relation to mining operations. The mining panel width should not exceed 50 m without any support..
29. Hideki Shimada, Sri Maryati, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Soil Erodibility Characteristics of Reclamation Area - Case Study in Indonesian Coal Mining, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, 8, 7, 855-859, 2014.07, Soil erosion is one of the most important problems in Indonesia coal mining reclamation area because located in tropical areas which has high average of rainfall. Severe soil erosion leads to the unsuccessful reclamation progress in the post mine surface due to impact on steep slope and limit of seedling establishment. Considering the impact of soil erosion in mining activities, Indonesian government had issued several regulations related to erosion control. Soil erodibility is one of the main factors controlling soil erosion. It will determine amount of soil loss and total sediment. Estimation of soil erodibility aims to determine the susceptibility of soil to be eroded by water. The estimation considers soil texture, percentage of organic matter, soil structure and soil permeability. This study was integration between field work to collect soil sample, soil laboratory analysis, soil erodibility analysis using erodibility equation Wischmeier and Smith (1978) and analysis to predict soil erosion/ annual total soil loss. The results show that soil erodibility in study area was calculated to range from 0.091 to 0.142 tons ha h/ha/MJ/mm and soil erodibility of the study area was categorized as very low and low. There are strong relationships between soil erodibility and soil erosion but the correlation was not fully linier due to other factors controlling soil erosion / annual total soil loss..
30. Takashi Sasaoka, Hideki Shimada, Nay Zar Lin, Hiroshi Takamoto, Matsui Kikuo, Suseno Kramadibrata, Budi Sulistianto, Geotechnical Issues on Application of Rock Bolting Technology for Development of Underground Coal Mines in
Indonesia, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, dx.doi.org/10.1080/17480930.2014.912377, 28, 3, 150-172, 2014.07.
31. Takashi Sasaoka, Hideki Shimada, Nay Zar Lin, Hiroshi Takamoto, Matsui Kikuo, Suseno Kramadibrata, Budi Sulistianto, Geotechnical Issues on Application of Rock Bolting Technology for Development of Underground Coal Mines in
Indonesia, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, dx.doi.org/10.1080/17480930.2014.912377, 28, 3, 150-172, 2014.07.
32. Hideki Shimada, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Behavior of Grouting Material for Floor Reinforcement Technique in Underground Mines, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 28, 2, 133-148, 2014.04, In underground coal mines, floor heave is a major problem that is caused by groundwater, high strata stress and weak floors. Controlling the stability of the roadways is the key to maintaining the safety and efficiency of underground mining. Appropriate cement grouting is an effective and attractive floor reinforcement technique that can control excessive floor heave and closure. The cement grouting also reduces the permeability of the rock mass and consequently controls the movement of groundwater into the roadway. Injecting cement grout into roadway floors provides a more uniform reinforcement throughout the floor. It may even be possible to reinforce an extremely fractured floor. In this respect, this technique is superior to floor bolting/doweling. This technique may be performed either as a pre- or post- development reinforcement. It is very difficult, however, to reinforce a floor that is not heavily fractured by the injection technique. Therefore, before floor injection, floor blasting is performed in order to create an adequate number of fractures in the floor. Fracturing by blasting also relieves and improves stress conditions in the floor. From this point of view, the behavior of grouting injection for floor reinforcement technique is discussed.
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33. Hideki Shimada, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, By-functional Material of Lubrication and Backfilling for Pipe Jacking, Journal of Current Advances in Civil Engineering, 2, 2, 68-73, 2014.04, In Japan, pipe jacking has been firmly established as a special method for the construction of underground pipelines.
Recent technological developments have produced successful methods for the stabilization of unstable strata by employing lubricant around the pipes. The contraction of the lubricant volume after injection into the over-cutting area needs to be reduced for slurry pipe jacking. Moreover, pressurized lubricant functions as an important support in the mitigation of overburden pressure. Therefore most of the underground deformations caused by the pipe jacking construction may be caused by changing stress and strain conditions over the course of construction. Moreover, lubrication can effectively reduce the needed thrust if a discrete layer of lubricant is maintained between the pipe and the excavated soil. The lower frictional force that lubrication enables allows larger jacking lengths to be achieved. That is why the discussion of appropriate lubricants and injection methods, etc. in preparation for such changes is inevitable. From this point of view, the new backfilling material can be developed for several kinds of soil conditions..
34. The Current Situation and Consideration to Prevent Acid Mine Drainage at Dumping Site in Indonesian Coal Mine
Journal of MMIJ, Vol.130, No.1, pp.9-15, January 2014
Akihiro HAMANAKA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE
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35. Hideki Shimada, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Takashi Senda, Yasutaka Maeda, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Matsui Kikuo, Dai Watanabe, Development of Backfilling Material Using Fly Ash by Application of Chemical Injection, Journal of the Polish Mineral Engineering Society, 32, 2, 37-42, 2013.12.
36. Hideki Shimada, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Yasutaka Maeda, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Akihiro Hamanaka, Matsui Kikuo, Development of Grouting Material for Fly Ash Backfilling by Application of Chemical Injection, Proc. of the 22nd Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, 1, 403-410, 2013.10, Generally, grouting in dam construction is the construction method that soil voids and crack around borehole is filled by pressurized injection of grouting material such as cement and permeability or mechanical characteristics of rock mass is improved.
It was previously mentioned that backfilling material plays an important role as a support against overburden pressure after finishing construction. Therefore most of the underground deformations caused by the injection may be caused by changing the condition of surrounding rock masses and numbers of cracks. That is why the discussion of appropriate injection methods, etc. in preparation for such changes is inevitable. From this point of view, the new backfilling material can be developed for several kinds of soil conditions in this paper.
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37. Hideki Shimada, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Development of Injection Material for Offshore Structures Using Flyash-Surfactant Mixtures, International Journal of Applications of Oceanic Engineering, 2, 3, 70-76, 2013.08, In recent years, many waste disposal sites have been conventionally constructed on land in Japan. However, there are limitations to constructing these sites on land. Thus, construction of the disposal sites by reclamation of nearby seashore has been conducted. Although injection material is required to make the established offshore structure, it has high mobility, and does not bleed, etc. Therefore, an injection material which uses a material mixture of the surface-active agent with flyash has been developed. Usage of flyash instead of cement leads to improved mobility, reduced construction cost and so on.
Considering these points, in order to clarify to at which degree the contents of surfactant affects the properties of the injected flyash mixture into the joints of steel sheet pile for offshore structures, different combinations of flyash, surfactant and.
38. Hideki Shimada, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Relation between Fluidability of Flyash Cement and Properties of Flyash Particles, Open Journal of Geology, 10.4236/ojg.2013.33025, 3, 3, 216-221, 2013.07, A large amount of waste is produced by preparation plants. The properties of the waste vary depending on the minera- logical contents of the mother rock in which the coal is embedded. The waste quality depends on the method of mining and cleaning. The waste mainly consists of clays, quartz, carbonaceous materials, mica, pyrites, and so on. About 80% of coal-ash is now utilized and the remainder is disposed of at disposal sites. However, the life span of disposal sites is limited, and it is difficult to find new disposal sites. It is therefore requested that the percentage of utilized flyash be increased in all applicable fields in Japan. Thus, it is very desirable that cement supplemented with flyash be used as injection material for natural/artificial openings. With this perspective in mind, we attempt to clarify how much the size and shape of the flyash affects the properties of the injection mixture by way of an injection test..
39. Hideki Shimada, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Toru Sato, Effect of Application of Pipe Roof Method by Using Pipe Jacking on Behavior of Surrounding Soil, Journal of Physical Science and Application , 3, 6, 353-358, 2013.06, Tunnels in an urban area, in many cases, are constructed in soft ground which contains underground water, near existing facilities and structures. Structural stability for the tunnel and also the nearby structures and facilities is vital in this kind of work. Slurry pipe jacking was firmly established as a special method for the non-disruptive construction of underground pipelines of sewage systems. This method utilizes mud slurry that is formed around the pipes in order to stabilize the surrounding soil. In the pipe roof method the tubing elements that are constructed by slurry pipe jacking are near each other longitudinally, and create a rigid and stable lining before the excavation of the main tunnel. This paper discusses the application of a slurry pipe jacking system on the pipe roof method by means of numerical analysis. Because of the rigid behavior of the lining, the results show little subsidence, making this method a reliable method of constructing large tunnels with small cover in an urban area. .
40. Yanlong Chen, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Akihiro Hamanaka, Matsui Kikuo, Research on Exploiting Residual Coal around Final End-walls by Highwall Mining System in China, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 27, 3, 166-179, 2013.05, To improve the resources’ recovery ratio and the economic benefits of surface
coal mines, we present a residual coal extraction technology from final end-walls
with highwall mining system in China. Based on Mark–Bieniawski formula and
tributary area theory, the evaluation methodology of highwall mining parameters
under the thick cover was given. Furthermore, the pillar design chart in the
highwall mining system under the thick cover was also concluded. In order to
examine the rationality of the pillar design with the presented methodology,
numerical simulation was also carried out. The outcome shows that it will require
a larger pillar width with the thickening of the cover; hence, the recovery ratio will
decrease correspondingly. To improve coal recovery ratio, the backfilling
technology should be considered under the thick cover. According to twodimension
numerical simulation results, the calculated methodology for pillar
stability of highwall mining system under the thick cover presented in this article
is acceptable. It also found that keeping the pillar width-to-height ratio above 1 is
a key measure to maintain the pillar stable and integral under the thick cover.
Meanwhile, it can be concluded that the bigger safety factor is demanded for roof
of openings under much thicker cover and higher stress ratio. In other words, the
highwall mining system is feasible to extract the residual coal around end-walls in
Chinese surface coal mines. Thus, not only coal recovery ratio can be improved
but also can increase the production life of surface coal mines in China..
41. Hideki Shimada, Akihiro Hamanaka, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Development of Flash Setting Material for Temporally Pipeline Restoration after Earthquake, Open Journal of Geology, 10.4236/ojg.2013.32013, 3, 2, 94-100, 2013.04, There are many earthquakes in Japan. If a large earthquake were to occur, it is necessary to consider how pipelines such as: gas, sewage, telecommunications, and so on are restored quickly. At that time, damaged gas pipelines are very dan- gerous because fire in large areas could be caused by the leakage of gas from the damaged pipeline. Accordingly, it is necessary for gas companies to stop the supply of gas to houses over a large area. Once the gas supply is stopped, there is a considerable amount of time to repair the pipelines over the area. For this reason, a quick method for restoring damaged gas pipelines would be useful after an earthquake. Recently, we have been developing new flash setting mate- rial for the damaged gas pipeline by an injection into the house connection of gas when the gas supply is stopped quickly in an emergency. From these points of view, in order to clarify to what degree the contents of flash settling ma- terial affect the properties of the injected fly ash mixture causing heavy damage to the gas pipeline in an earthquake, different combinations of fly ash, chemical agents and water were considered in several experiments..
42. Takashi Senda, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Matsui Kikuo, Behavior of Surrounding Soil during Construction and Its Countermeasures Using Pipe Jacking Method in Deep Strata, Open Journal of Geology, 10.4236/ojg.2013.32007, 3, 2, 44-48, 2013.04, In Japan when urban infrastructures need to be constructed, the difficulty of utilizing the ground or shallow strata will lead to a more frequent use of the deep strata. The common construction methods are open-cut, pipe jacking, and shield methods. In recent years, a new pipe jacking method has been established that can be adapted to 20 m below the ground or more. Using this method, the drivage machine and the jacking pipe continue to move an underground until the com- pletion of the driving. Therefore an over-cutting area (so-called tail-void) must be formed to lower the friction between the ground and the pipe. The tail-void is filled with lubrications. However, because the stress release from the ground continues to advance when the tail-void is formed, hence there are some challenges required to cope with the stability of the surrounding ground. In order to utilize the pipe jacking method in the deeper strata layers, the theory, analysis and installation of tail-void have to be systemized, and such systematic data must be stored. Therefore, the conditions of tail-void in the deep pipe jacking method are discussed using numerical analyses..
43. Hideki SHIMADA, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Shnji MATSUMOTO, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Model of the Internal Structure of Coal Overburden Dumps for the Control of Acid Mine Drainage Generation, Proc. of the 21st International Symposium on Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, CD-ROM, 2012.11, The presence of water and oxygen are some of the important factors influencing the oxidation rate of sulfide minerals within overburden dumps. In the overburden dumps, the availability of water and oxygen is strongly controlled by the physical structure of the dump, as well as the surface climate and geochemical reaction within the dump. In this study, made up of a series of field investigations, physical and geochemical laboratory characterizations were conducted in order to evaluate the internal physical structure and geochemical characteristics of coal mine overburden dumps. As the result of a series of analysis, alternate geochemical characteristics may control the acidification-neutralization reaction of infiltrated water, the precipitation of secondary minerals and may subsequently determine the quality of the overburden dump drainage. The internal structure formed and the spatial heterogeneity of geochemical characteristics in the overburden dumps controls the acid drainage inhibition process within the dumps..
44. Hideki SHIMADA, Koichi ARAKI, Takashi SASAOKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Dai WATANABE, Analytical Study on Prediction of Pipeline Positions by a Restoration Method, Proc. of NO-DIG2012 30th International Conference and Exhibition, CD-ROM, 2012.11, Buried pipelines that have sagged can result in damage to welded joints, disconnections and so on. Performance can also be affected with stagnation or stoppage of flow, which can lead to major secondary problems, such as caved-in roads or effluent leakage. To overcome these problems, various methods have been proposed and used for the restoration of flow performance and fixing damaged sections of underground pipelines without the need for excavation. However, there are not many methods available that do not require excavation for repairing reduced flow performance and stoppages, or pipeline damage caused by sagging, which is thought to be the major contributor to this type of damage. The authors provide a report on construction methods and examples that do not require excavation, but instead use a system of grouting for the ground, surrounding the buried pipeline, to aid in the repair of the pipeline position, which can actually improve the surrounding foundations..
45. Hideki SHIMADA, Yanlong CHEN, Koichi ARAKI, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Ground Deformation Using Chemical Grouting for Pipeline Foundation, International Journal of Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, 30, 2, 289-298, 2012.04, Based on experimental and numerical investigations, we focused on a U.G.S. (Under Ground Scope) chemical grouting method which can actually improve the pipeline surrounding foundation to solve pipeline saggy damage. As is known, saggy pipelines can result in the destruction of welded joints, disconnections and shear fractures, and can also lead to more serious accidents, such as caved-in roads or effluent leakage. However, this method can deal with these difficulties successfully.
Based on the experimental results, a solution-form injection material can lift up the ground effectively, using less total solution amount than suspension-form injection materials. Therefore, a suspension-form injection material with a shorter gel time is more suitable for a U.G.S. method, making it more effective to remove pipelines.
The discussion results of some patterns of injection tests in a laboratory setting that were carried out in order to find the relationship between the behavior of the grouting material and the deformation of the soil were obtained. According to the experimental results, it is considered that the material can be injected into a foundation by fracture grouting if the permeation coefficient is lower than 1.00×10-3 mm/s. The situation was analyzed by using two-dimension FEM (Finite Element Method) analysis software Phase2 and the analysis result proposes that the real data and simulation data are nearly the same in impermeable soil. Furthermore, even if the construction object is permeable soil, we can also make it impermeable soil by grouting in two phases: soil improvement grouting and restoration grouting.
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46. Hideki SHIMADA, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Koh HIROTO, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Rudy Sayoga GAUTAMA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Development of a New Covering Strategy in Indonesian Coal Mines to Control Acid Mine Drainage Generation: A Laboratory-scale Result, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 26, 1, 74-89, 2012.03, A large amount of waste is produced by the preparation plant. The properties of the waste varies, dependent on the mineralogical contents of the mother rock in which the coal is embedded. The waste quality depends on the method of mining and cleaning. The waste mainly consists of clays, quartz, carbonaceous materials, mica, pyrites, and so on. About 80% of coal-ash is now utilized and the remaining is disposed of at disposal sites. However, the life span of the disposal site is limited, and it is difficult to find new disposal sites. It is therefore requested that the percentage of utilization of flyash be increased in every field in Japan. So, it is very desirable that cement with flyash added be applied as the injection material for natural/artificial openings.
From these points of view, in order to clarify to what degree the contents of surfactant affects the properties of the injected flyash mixture in slurry pipe jacking, different combinations of flyash, surfactant and water were considered by means of several experiments.
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47. Hideki SHIMADA, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Koh HIROTO, Takashi SASAOKA, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Hiroshi TAKAMOTO, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Laboratory Evaluation of Multi-Layer Cover to Control Acid Mine Drainage in the Coal Mine Waste Rock Dump, Proc. of the 20th International Symposium on Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, Almaty KAZAKHSTAN, 1335-1349, 2011.10.
48. Toru SATO, Tony SUZUKI, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Jacking in Japan: The Pipe Roof Method, Trenchless International, 12, 2011.07.
49. Hideki SHIMADA, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Koh HIROTO, Takashi SASAOKA, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Hiroshi TAKAMOTO, Kikuo MATSUI, Study on Multi Layer Covering Systems of Non Acid Forming and Potentially Acid Forming of Coal Mine Waste Rock to Control Acid Mine Drainage, Proc. of 5th International Conference on Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry, Aachen GERMANY, 227-236, 2011.06.
50. Hideki SHIMADA, Jan GOTTFRIED, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Takashi SASAOKA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Application of Injection Material for Offshore Structures Using Flyash-surfactant Mixtures, Proc. of 14th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, Ostrava CZECH, 2, 399-406, 2011.06.
51. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Shuichi FUJITA, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Development of Construction Material Using Flyash-Surfactant Mixtures for an Ocean Floor, Proc. of 5th International Workshop and Conference on Earth Resources Technology, Ipoh MALAYSIA, 73, 76, 2011.05.
52. Sugeng WAHYUDI, Hideki SHIMADA, Ganda Mahirot SIMANGUNSONG, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANTO, A Review Study of Predictive Model Blast Vibration Attenuation Equation by Using Neural Network as an Evaluator, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 25, 1, 69-85, 2011.03.
53. Effect of Surrounding Soil on Restoration Grouting Method for Pipeline Positions
Hideki SHIMADA, Masashi KOMURA, Koichi ARAKI, Kikuo MATSUI
Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, Vol.48. No.581, pp.72-84, March 2011.
54. Takashi SASAOKA, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Study on Utilization of Flyash for Barrier/Buffer Materials for Radioactive Waste Disposal, Proc. of 19th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Fremantle AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM, 2010.12.
55. Takashi SASAOKA, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Study on Utilization of Flyash for Barrier/Buffer Materials for Radioactive Waste Disposal, Proc. of 19th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Fremantle AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM, 2010.12.
56. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Jiro OYA, Hiroshi TAKAMOTO, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANT, Fundamental Study of Acid Drainage Control Using Flyash, Proc. of 19th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Fremantle AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM, 2010.12.
57. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Ginting Jalu KUSUMA, Jiro OYA, Hiroshi TAKAMOTO, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANT, Fundamental Study of Acid Drainage Control Using Flyash, Proc. of 19th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Fremantle AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM, 2010.12.
58. Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Koichi ARAKI, Takashi SASAOKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masuhiko IINO, Takahisa TOMII, Application of Flash Setting Material for Temporary Earthquake Disaster Restoration of Gas Pipelines Using Fly Ash Cement Mixtures, Proc. of NO-DIG2010 28th International Conference and Exhibition, Singapore SINGAPORE, CD-ROM, 2010.11.
59. Effect of Construction of Underground Structures by the Pipe Roof Method Using a Pipe Jacking System on Surrounding Soil
Hideki SHIMADA, Toru SATO, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI
Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, Vol.47, No.574, pp.115-124 .
60. Numerical Study of Box Culvert Installation by Pipe Jacking Method
Tomo MORITA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI
Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, Vol.47, No.574, pp.115-124.
61. Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Jiro OYA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Hideaki NAKAGAWA, Jan GOTTFRIED, Application of Injection Material for Rehabilitation of Underground Pipeline Using Fly Ash Surfactant Mixtures, International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 24, 1, 5-17, 2010.03.
62. Masashi KOMURA, Koichi ARAKI, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Takahisa TOMII, Chemically Restoring Pipeline Position, Trenchless International, 7, 58-60, 2010.04.
63. Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Koichi ARAKI, Takashi SASAOKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Shinobu SATAKE, Masaaki ISHIKAWA, Application of Flash Setting Material for Temporally Earthquake Disaster Restoration of Gas Pipeline Using Fly Ash Cement Mixtures, Proc. of 18th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection and 11th International Symposium on Environmental Issues and Waste Management in Energy and Mineral Production, Banff CANADA, CD-ROM, 2009.11.
64. Hideki SHIMADA, Koichi ARAKI, Masashi KOMURA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Takahisa TOMII, Lifeline Restoration Method for Pipe Positions by Using Chemical Grouting in Urban Area, Proc. of 2009 Korea-Japan Joint Symposium on Rock Engineering, Suwon KOREA, pp.95-102, 2009.10.
65. Toru SATO, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masaya HIRAI, Reizo YAMAOKA, Pipe Bursting - Big in Japan, Trenchless International, Issue 4, pp.34-35, 2009.07.
66. Candra NUGRAHA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Kikuo MATSUI, Imanuel MANEGE, Geochemistry of Waste Rock at Dumping Area, International Journal of Mining, Reclamination and Environment, Vol.23, No.2, pp.132-143, 2009.06.
67. Candra NUGRAHA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Kikuo MATSUI, Imanuel MANEGE, Waste Rock Characteristics at Tropical Coal Mine Area: A Case Study of PT. Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia, International Journal of the Japanese Committee for Rock Mechanics, 2009.05.
68. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Koichi ARAKI, Hideaki NAKAGAWA, Feasibility Study on Infrastructure Development for Waste Water in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Proc. of the 3rd International Workshop and Conference on Earth Science Technology, Sapporo JAPAN, CD-ROM, 2009.05.
69. Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Shuichi FUJITA, Takashi KAWAI, Kikuo MATSUI, Property of Flyash Surfactant Injection into Over-cutting Area As Lubricant for Slurry Pipe Jacking, Proc. of NO-DIG2009 27th International Conference and Exhibition, Toronto CANADA, CD-ROM, 2009.03.
70. Hideki SHIMADA, Hideaki NAKAGAWA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI , Feasibility Study on Sustainable and Environmental Conscious Infrastructure Development in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Proc. of the 2nd International Symposium on Novel Carbon Resource Science, Bandung INDONESIA, pp.IV-25-IV-34, 2009.03.
71. Development of Grouting Material for Rehabilitations of Pipeline Using Flyash-Surfactant Cement Mixture Material
Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Masakazu MINESHITA and Tatsuya MIZUNUMA
Journal of MMIJ, Vol.124, No.12, pp.794-800, December, 2008
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72. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Takashi KAWAI, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Koichi ARAKI, Constructions of an Infrastructure Pipeline Using Pipe Jacking Trenchless Technology in Japan, Proc. of GEO-CHAINGMAI 2008, Chaingmai THAILAND, CD-ROM, 2008.12.
73. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Jan GOTTFRIED, Oldrich KODYM, Vladimir KEBO, Numerical Study on Effect of Rock Mass Stability on Deep Deposit Slicing at Uranium Mine in Czech Republic, Proc. of International Symposium on 16th Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, pp.666-672, 2008.10.
74. Characteristics and Tasks of Lubricant Injected into Over-cutting Area for Pipe Jacking
Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI
Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, Vol.45, No.550, pp.141-153, August 2008.
75. Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Takashi SASAOKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Masuhiko IINO, Kikuo MATSUI, Lubrication Property Requirements for Injection into Over-cutting Area Using Extra-large-diameter Slurry Pipe Jacking, Proc. of NO-DIG2008 26th International Conference and Exhibition, Moscow RUSSIA, CD-ROM, 2008.06.
76. Kikuo MATSUI, Takashi SASAOKA, Hideki SHIMADA, Takeshi UEDA, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Highwall Mining Systems at Surface Coal Mines in Indonesia, Coal International, Vol.256, No.3, pp.28-31, 2008.05.
77. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Takashi KAWAI, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Koichi ARAKI, Constuction of an Infrastructure Pipeline Using a No-Digging Pipe-jacking System in Japan, Proc. of the International Workshop and Conference on Earth Science Technology, Bangkok THAILAND, CD-ROM, 2008.04.
78. Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Takashi SASAOKA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Construction of Lifeline System Using Slurry Pipe Jacking in Japan, Proc. of 3rd Brazilian Congress of Trenchless Technology, Sao Paulo BRAZIL, CD-ROM, 2008.02.
79. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Jan GOTTFRIED, Masuhiko IINO, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Effect of Flyash Type on Fluidability of Flyash Cement, Proc. of International Symposium on 16th Mine Planning and Equipment Selection and Environment Issues and Waste Management in Energy and Mineral Production, Bangkok THAILAND, CD-ROM, 2007.12.
80. Slaking Behavior Concering the Mechanism and Control of Acid Mine Drainage at Opencut Coal Mine in Indonesia
Jiro OYA, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Takashi SASAOKA, Hideaki NAKAGAWA
Journal of MMIJ, Vol.123, No.11, pp.511-517, 2007.
81. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi KAWAI, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Masuhiko IINO, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Behavior of Over-cutting Area Injected by Flyash Surface-active Agent Mixture Material, Proc. of NO-DIG2007 25th International Conference and Exhibition, Rome ITALY, CD-ROM, 2007.09.
82. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Takashi KAWAI, Practical Study on Large Diameter Pipe Jacking in the Construction of Sewage Systems, Proc. of First Sri Lankan Geotechnical Society International Conference on Soil and Rock Engineering, Colombo SRI LANKA, CD-ROM (1920.pdf), 2007.08.
83. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Jan GOTTFRIED, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Masuhiko IINO, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Relation between Fluidability of Flyash Cement and Size/Shape of Flyash Particles, Proc. of 11th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, Ostrava CZECH, Vol.3, pp.161-168, 2007.05.
84. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Masuhiko IINO, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Application of Grouting Material for Ground Inprovement Using Flyash Cement Mixed with Surfactant, Proc. of International Workshop on Earth Resources Technology,Fukuoka JAPAN, pp.27-32, 2007.04.
85. Study on Effect of Blast Vibration on Size of Fragmentation at Limestone Quarry
Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Takashi SASAOKA, Shiro KUBOTA, Ganda Marihot SIMANGUNSONG, Yuji OGATA
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.121, No.12, pp.573-581, 2006.
86. Study on Rehabilitation in Opencut Coal Mine and Utilization of Flyash
Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Ryuzo MAEHATAKE, Hideaki NAKAGAWA,
Hirofumi NAKAGAWA, Takeshi UEDA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.121, No.10/11, pp.504-512, 2006.
87. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi KAWAI, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Behavior of Lubricant Injection into Over-cutting Area for Slurry Pipe Jacking, Proc. of NO-DIG2006 24th International Conference and Exhibition, Brisbane AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM, 2006.11.
88. Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Jiro OYA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Ryuzo MAEHATAKE, Hideaki NAKAGAWA, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Fundamental Study of Acid Drainage Control by Flyash, Proc. of International Symposium on 15th Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, Vol.1, pp.337-342, 2006.09.
89. Saeid KHAZAEI, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi KAWAI, Junichi YOTSUMOTO, Kikuo MATSUI, Monitoring of Over Cutting Area and Lubrication Distribution in a Large Slurry Pipe Jacking Operation, Journal of Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, Vol.24, No.3, pp.735-755, 2006.06.
90. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Saeid KHAZAEI, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Kikuo MATSUI, Performance of Mortal and Chemical Grout Injection into Surrounding Soil when Slurry Pipe-jacking Method is Used, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, Vol.24, No.1, pp.57-77, 2006.02.
91. Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Jan GOTTFRIED, Shuichi FUJITA, Imam A. SADISUN, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Control of Slaking Behavior when Flyash Cement is Injected into Slake-prone Rock, Proc. of the 14th International Symposium on Mine Planning and Equipment Selection and the 5th International Conference on Computer Applications in the Minerals Industries, Banff CANADA, CD-ROM(pp.1148-1166), 2005.11.
92. Hideki SHIMADA, Keisuke TAkAHASHI, Kikuo MATSUI, Shuichi FUJITA, Takashi KAWAI, Seiichi MINESHITA, Tatsuya MIZUNUMA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Iwao SATO, Application of Material Mixed with Flyash and Chemical Additives on Slurry Pipe Jacking, Proc. of NO-DIG2005 23th International Conference and Exhibition, Rotterdam THE NETHERLANDS, CD-ROM(paper 01), 2005.09.
93. Relation between Fracture Condition and Distribution of Fragmentation by Blasting in Limestone Querry
Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI
Proceedings of 64th Symposiun on Limestone, pp.135-143, June 2005.
94. Imam A.SADISUN, Hideki SHIMADA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Kikuo MATSUI, Study on the Physical Disintegration Characteristics of Subang Clayston Subjected to a Modified Slaking Index Test, Journal of Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, No.23, No.3, pp.199-218, 2005.05.
95. Application of Deyno Slurry Pipe Jacking Method on Weak Soil and Volcanic Ashes
Proceedings of the 34th Symposium on Rock Mechanics, pp.315-320
Eiji SAKAI, Fumihiko MATSUMOTO, Tomo MORITA, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI.
96. Hideki SHIMADA, Saeid KHAZAEI, Jan GOTTFRIED, Kikuo MATSUI, Eiji SAKAI, Stability of Surrounding Soil by Using Pipe Jacking in Using Pipe Roof Method, Proc. of International Conference on Tunnnelling Asia 2004, New Dehli, INDIA, pp.Ⅵ/1-Ⅵ/9, 2004.12.
97. Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Saeid KHAZAEI, Takashi KAWAI, Junichi YOTSUMOTO, Eiji SAKAI, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Design and Construction for Lifelines Using Slurry Pipe-jacking in Urban Areas, Proc. of Viet nam - Japan Joint Seminar on Geotechnics and Geoenvironment Engineering, Hanoi VIET NAM, pp.243-250, 2004.11.
98. Effect on Surrounding Soil in a Large Pipe Jacking Method
Junichi YOTSUMOTO, Takashi KAWAI, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI
Proc. of Tunnel Engineering, Vol.14, pp.443-450, November 2004..
99. Experimental Study on Ground Behavior in Slurry Pipe Jacking Method
Proc. of the 15th Sympo. on Trenchless Technology, pp.17-22, October 2004
T.Yoshida,H.Shimada, K.Matsui, T.Morita, F.Matsumoto, E.Sakai.
100. Kikuo MATSUI, Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Hirofumi FURUKAWA, Takeshi UEDA, Atsuko YABUKI, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Highwall Stability due to Punch Mining at Opencut Coal Mines, International Journal of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Environment, Vol.18, No.3, pp185-204, 2004.09.
101. Characteristics of Flyash Cement and Its Application in Mining
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.120, No.8, pp.469-475, August 2004
H.Shimada, I.A.Sadisun, M.Ichinose, T.Ueda, Y.Yoshida, K.Matsui.
102. Takahiro FUNATSU, Masahiro SETO, Hideki SHIMADA, Kikuo MATSUI, Mahinda KURUPPU, Combined Effects of Increasing Temperture and Confining Pressure on the Fracture Toughness of Clay Bearing Rocks, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Science, 10.1016/j.ijrmms.2004.02.008, 41, 6, 927-938, Vol.41, No.6, pp.927-938, 2004.06.
103. Kikuo MATSUI, Ryuichi ITOI, Takeshi UEDA, Hideki SHIMADA, Jan GOTTFRIED, Hideaki NAKAGAWA, Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Budi SULISTIANTO, Hirofumi FURUKAWA, Control of Acid Mine Drainage and Erosion at Opencut Coal Mines in Indonesia, Proc. of 8th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, Ostrava CZECH, Vol.2, pp.481-486, 2004.06.
104. Junichi YOTSUMOTO, Takashi KAWAI, Hideki SHIMADA, Saeid KHAZAEI, Kikuo MATSUI, Fujisawa Tackels Flooding Head on, Tunnelling and Trenchless Construction, pp.20-21, 2004.06.
105. Kikuo MATSUI, Hideki SHIMADA, Ryuichi ITOI, Takeshi UEDA,Atsuko YABUKI, Imam A.SADISUN, Budi SULISTIANTO,Suseno KRAMADIBRATA, Made A.RAI, Development of Opencut Coal Mines Considering Indonesian Environments, Proc. of the 8th International Symposium on Environmental Issues and Waste Management in Energy and Mineral Production, Antalya TURKRY, pp.157-162, 2004.05.
106. Study on Chemical Grouting by Using Pipe-jacking
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.120, No.3, pp.152-158, March 2004
T.Sasaoka, H.Shimada, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
107. T.Srinivasulu, K.Matsui, H.Shimada, G.N.Gupta, Development and Application of Intelligent Ethernet Based System for Longwall Applications, Proc. of Geomechanics and Ground Contro,l New Dheli INDIA, pp.187-193, 2003.11.
108. S.Khazaei, H.Shimada, T.Kawai, J.Yotsumoto, K.Matsui, Over-cutting and Lubricant Distribution on Control by RADAR in Large Diameter Slurry Pipe Jacking Method, Proc. of International Workshop on Earth Science and Technology, Fukuoka JAPAN, pp.163-170, 2003.11.
109. K.Matsui, H.Shimada, A.Yabuki, T.Ueda, H.Furukawa, Optimal Highwall Thick Seam Mining Systems Considering the In-situ Stress Conditions, Proc. of the 3rd International Symposium on Rock Stress, Kumamoto JAPAN, 527-533, pp.527-533, 2003.11.
110. H.Shimada, I.A.Sadisun, M.Ichinose, Y.Yoshida, K.Matsui, The Application of Flyash Cement as Lining Material for Slope Stability of Slake-prone Rocks, Proc.of the 4th International Conference on Computer Applications in the Minerals Industries, Calgary CANADA, CD-ROM, 2003.09.
111. Effect of Rectangular Shape of Pipes on Stability of SurroundingSoil and Seepage Behavior of Mud Slurry Using Slurry Pipe-jacking
Journal of Japan Sewage Association, Vol.40, No.489, pp.134-145, June 2003
H.Shimada, E.Sakai, T.Sasaoka, K.Matsui.
112. T.Srinivasulu, K.Matsui, H.Shimada, G.N.Gupta, Development and Application of Smart-real Time System for Continuous Monitoring of Powered Supports Behavior and Automatic Evaluation of its Performance-A Case Study, Proc. of 3rd International Symposium on High Performance Mine Production, Aachen GERMANY, No.22(CD-ROM), 2003.06.
113. H.Shimada, T.Sasaoka, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Y.Yoshida, The Application of Flyash Cement in Mining Backfill Material, Proc.of 12th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Kalgoorlie AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM(pp.199-204), 2003.04.
114. T.Srinivasulu, K.Matsui, H.Shimada, G.N.Gupta, PXI Systems for Monitoring Longwall Gate Roads Convergence, Proc.of 12th International Symposium on Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Kalgoorlie AUSTRALIA, CD-ROM(pp.539-542), 2003.04.
115. H.Cao, H.Shimada, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Study on the Stability of Highwall in Punch Longwall Mining, Proc. of New Development in Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, Shenyang CHINA, 471-474, pp.471-474, 2002.10.
116. H.Shimada, T.Sasaoka, H.Yamakawa, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Effect of Shapes on Stability of Surrounding Soil Using Slurry Pipe-jacking, Proc. of New Development in Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, Shenyang CHINA, 395-398, pp.395-398, 2002.10.
117. I.A.Sadisun, H.Shimada, M.Ichinose, K.Matsui, Improved Procedures for Evaluating Physical Detreioration of Argillaceous Rocks, Proc. of New Development in Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, Shenyang CHINA, pp.36-39, 2002.10.
118. I.A.Sadisun, BANDONO, H.Shimada, M.Ichinos, K.Matsui, Determination of Slaking in Claystone of Upper Subang Formation, Proc. of International Association for Engineering Geology and the EnvironmentDurban, SOUTH AFRICA, pp.2635-2644, 2002.09.
119. Effect of the Chemical Grout Injection on the Surrounding Soil in the Construction of Underground Pipelines Using Slurry Pipe-jacking
Journal of NO-DIG today, Vol.40, pp.51-57, July 2002
H.Shimada, T.Sasaoka, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
120. T.Sasaoka, H.Shimada, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, 177. Study on Stability of Soil around Micro-tunnel Construction Using Slurry Pipe-jacking when Flyash Mortal Injectioninto Over-cutting Area, Proc. of 3rd Korea-Japan Joint Symposium on Rock Engineering, Seoul KOREA, Vol.2, pp.589-596, 2002.07.
121. Study on Plastic Viscosity of Grout Materials and Applicability to Field of Injection Analysis Introducing Filtration Theory - Study on Infiltration Behavior of Grout Materials in Grouting (3rd Report)-
Shigen-to-Sozai,Vol.118, No.5/6, pp.385-391, June, 2002
M.Koga, H.Shimada, K.Matsui.
122. I.A.Sadisun, H.Shimada, M.Ichinose, K.Matsui, The Role of Petrographical Aspects in Swelling Characteristics of Argillaceous Rocks, Proceedings of the Indonesian Science Meeting Kyushu-Okinawa 2002, Kagoshima JAPAN, pp.55-64, 2002.05.
123. H.Shimada, T.Sasaoka, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Construction Method of Micro-tunnels Using Slurry Pipe-jacking, Proc. of International Workshop on Intelligent Mining Systems, Fukuoka JAPAN, pp.115-122, 2002.04.
124. Study on Injection Experiment to Simulated Ground of Grout Materials and Applicability of Injection Analysis which Introduced Filtration Theory -Study on Infiltration Behavior of Grout Materials in Grouting (2nd Report)-
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.118, No.1, pp.29-35, January, 2002
M.Koga, H.Shimada, K.Matsui.
125. H.Shimada, T.Sasaoka, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Study on Stability of Soil around Micro-tunnel Construction Using Slurry Pipe-jacking, Proc. of 14th Southeast Asian Geotechnical Conference. Hong Kong CHINA, 425-429, pp.425-429, 2001.12.
126. H.Shimada, K.Matsui, S.Kramadibrata, H.Timbul, M.A.Rai, Study of Insitu Stress Determination by Means of Acoustic Emission of Uniaxial Compression Test, Proc.of Intelligent Models in the Control of Mining Technologies, Ostrava CZECH, pp.46-54, 2001.09.
127. H.Shimada. T.Sasaoka, M.Inoue, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Estimation of Thrust in the Construction of Underground Pipelines of Sewage Systems in Curved Jacking Area Using Slurry Pipe-jacking, Proc. of 19th International NO-DIG Conference & Exhibition, Prague CZECH, CD-ROM, 2001.09.
128. H.Shimada, M.Inoue. T.Sasaoka, S.Kubota, K.Matsui, Estimation of Thrust in the Construction of Underground Pipeline Systems in a Curved Area Using Slurry Pipe-jacking, Proc. of 2001 ISRM Symposium -2nd Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium, Beijing CHINA, 423-426, pp.423-426, 2001.09.
129. H.Z.Anwar, H.Shimada, M.Ichinose, K.Matsui, Geotechnical Characteristic of Shale and Its Effect on Construction Stability : with a Special Reference in Longwall Mining, Proc. of 3rd Asian Symposium Engineering Geology and the Environment, Yogyakarta INDONESIA, pp.170-177, 2001.09.
130. Experimental Study on Fatigue Behaviour by Using Korean Granite
Proceedings of the 22nd West Japan Symposium on Rock Engineering, Yamaguchi JAPAN, pp.77-80, July 2001
Y.Y.Jeong,H.Shimada, K.Matsui,B.A.Jang,J.Kim.
131. Estimation of Thrust in Curved Area Using Verst-mole Method
Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, Vol.38, No.463, pp.127-135, May 2001
M.Inoue, H.Shimada, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
132. One-dimensional Injection Analysis of Grout Materials for Homogenious Ground
-Study on Infiltration Behaviour of Grout Materials in Grouting (1st Report)-
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.117, No.3, pp.209-214, March 2001
M.Koga, H.Shimada, K.Matsui.
133. Funtamental Study on Applicability on In-situ Stress Using DRA Method - Effect on Confining Pressure and Stress Level on Estimation of Previous Stress-
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.117, No.3, pp.202-208, March 2001
H.Shimada, F.Goto, M.Seto, K.Matsui,.
134. Properties of Mud Slurry and Mortal Injection in Using Pipe Jacking
Shigen-to-Sozai, Vol.117, No.3, pp.195-201, March 2001
T.Sasaoka, H.Shimada, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
135. Estimation of Thrust in Curved Jacking Area in Using Slurry Pipe-jacking
Proceedings of the 30th Symposium of Rock Mechanics, Tokyo JAPAN, pp.111-115, January 2001
H.Shimada, M.Inoue, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
136. S.Kubota, H.Shimada, K.Matsui, Z.Liu, S.Ito, Initiation of Condensed Explosive from Incidence of Underwater Shock Wave, Proc. of ACFD 2000 Beijing Int. Confe. on Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics, Beijing CHINA, pp.552-558, 2000.10.
137. Numerical Study on Interaction of Underground Shock Wave and High Explosive
Proc. of Shock Wave Symposium, pp.61-64, March 2000
S.Kubota, H.Shimada, K.Matsui, Z.Liu, S.Ito.
138. Prediction Equation of Thrust in the Construction of Underground Pipelines of Sewage Systems Using Slurry Pipe-jacking
Journal of NO-DIG today, Vol.30, pp.23-29, January 2000
H.Shimada, M.Inoue, S.Kubota, K.Matsui.
139. Design of Long Distance and Sharp Curved Pipe-jacking System
Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Trenchless Technology, Tokyo Japan, pp.11-19,
November 1999
M.Inoue, H.Shimada, K.Matsui.
140. H.Z.Anwar, H.Shimada, M.Ichinose, K.Matsui, Slake-durability Behavior of Coal Mine Shales, Proc. of '99 Int. Sympo. on Mining Science and Technology, Beijing CHINA, pp.343-346, 1999.08.
141. H.Z.Anwar, H.Shimada, M.Ichinose, K.Matsui, M.Z.Kafrawi, Study on the Application of Rock Bolting Technology in Ombilin and Ikeshima Coal Mine, Proc. of '99 Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Rock Engineering, Fukuoka JAPAN, pp.483-488, 1999.08.
142. S.Kubota, H.Shimada, K.Matsui, A.Masui, Y.Ogata, Y.Wada, M.Seto, K.Katsuyama, Control of The Flyer Motion in Explosive Welding for Pipe Repair, Proc. of the 1st Japan-China Joint Workshop on Industrial Applications of Explosive, Shock-Wave and High-Strain-Rate Phenomena, Kumamoto JAPAN, pp.97-102, 1999.03.
143. H.Shimada, K.Matsui, H.Z.Anwar, Control of Hard-to-Collapse Massive Roofs in Longwall Face Using Hydraulic Fracturing Technique, Proc. of 17th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining, Morgantown USA, 79-87, pp.79-87, 1998.08.
Presentations
1. Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Koichiro WATANABE, Takeshi TSUJI, Akira IMAI, Hajime MIKI, Yasuhiro FUJIMITSU, Yuichi SUGAI, Kotaro YONEZU, Naoki HIROYOSHI, International Field Practice 2017 -Cooperative Program for Resources Engineering between Kyushu University and Hokkaido University, Japan- , The 8th SOMP Regional Meeting, 2018.07.
2. Hideki SHIMADA, Sugeng WAHYUDI, Takashi SASAOKA, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Kikuo MATSUI, Optimum Backfilling Material into Over-cutting Area Surrounded by Acid Sulfate Soils in East Asian Countries, Trenchless Asia 2018, 2018.05.
3. Hideki Shimada, Construction Technology of Utility Pipeline Installation in Rock and GCB Conditions by the Slurry Type Micro-tunneling Methods in Japan, 22nd International Trechless Technology Conference, 2018.04.
4. Hideki Shimada, Shinji Matsumoto, Akihiro HAMANAKA, Takashi Sasaoka, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Effect of Acid Soil Properties on Soil Erosion at a Dumping Site in an Open-pit Coal Mine, Indonesia, 2nd International Symposium on Land Reclamation and Ecological Restration, 2017.10.
5. Hideki Shimada, Acid Mine Drainage and Rehabilitation in Open-pit Mine for Environmental Protection, Scientific-Practical Seminar on Deep Processing of Mineral Resources and Environmental Aspects of Mining Industry, 2017.10.
6. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Hamanaka Akihiro, Toru Sato, Fumihiko Matsumoto, Application of Pipe Jacking Technology into ASEAN Countries, Proc. of NASTT's 2017 No-Dig Show and ISTT's 35th annual International No-Dig, 2017.04.
7. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Hamanaka Akihiro, Recent Pipe Jacking Technology in Japan and Its Application into ASEAN Countries, 20th Annual National Conference on Geotechnical Engineering, 2016.11.
8. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Takashi Senda, Practical Design of Over-cutting Area on Pipe Jacking Method by Application of Chemical Grouting, The 8th Asian Joint Symposium on Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 2016.11.
9. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Keisuke Takahashi, Development of Construction Material for Covering of Seabed Resources Using Fly Ash, 9th Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium, 2016.10.
10. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Naung Naung, Phanthoudeth Pongpanya, Tunnel Crown Deformation Generated by Pipe Jacking Technology in a Weak Rock Underground Coal Mine, International NO-DIG Beijing 2016 34th International Conference and Exhibition, 2016.10.
11. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Yoshihiko Kanemasu, Yasuharu Toshida, Development of Backfilling Material for Over-cutting Area of Pipe Jacking Using Fly Ash by Application of
Chemical Injection, Trenchless Asia for Smart City 2016, 2016.06.
12. Hideki Shimada, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Toru Sato, Effect of Construction of Tunnels by Pipe Roof Method on Adjacent Building Structure, Trenchless Asia 2016 Conference, 2016.05.
13. Hideki Shimada, Matsui Kikuo, Toru Sato, Masaya Hirai, Construction Technology of Utility Pipeline Installation in Rock and Gravel with Cobbles and Boulders by the Slurry Type Micro-tunneling Methods, Trenchless Asia 2016 Conference, 2016.05.
14. Seiichi Sakamoto, Shinji Matsumoto, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Keisuke Takahashi, New Development Covering Material Using Fly Ash for Construction of Seabed Structures, International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology 2015, 2015.12.
15. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Matsui Kikuo, Ginting Jalu Kusuma, Rudy Sayoga Gautama, Fundamental Study of Effect of Waste Rock Condition on Control of Acid Mine Drainage at Open Pit Coal Mine in Tropical Regions, VIETROCK 2015 International Symposium, 2015.03.
16. Hideki Shimada, Takashi Senda, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, SUGENG WAHYUDI, Akihiro Hamanaka, Matsui Kikuo, Dai Watanabe, Analytical Study on Soil Behavior and Its Countermeasures Using a Pipe Jacking Method in Deep Strata, International NO-DIG 2014 32nd Internatinal Conference and Exhibition, 2014.10.
17. Hideki Shimada, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Takashi Senda, Yasutaka Maeda, Takashi Sasaoka, Shuichi Fujita, Matsui Kikuo, Dai Watanabe, Development of Backfilling Material Using Fly Ash by Application of Chemical Injection, 17th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, 2013.06, Lubrication can effectively reduce the needed thrust if a discrete layer of lubricant is maintained between a pipe and the excavated soil. A lower frictional force allows greater jacking lengths to be achieved. The reduction of frictional stress around the pipe strongly affects the efficiency of lubrication injection. The lubricant must be designed to form a layer in the surrounding soil, be pressurized to overcome ground water pressure and stabilize the over-cutting area. The lubricant should also fill the over-cutting area completely to minimize surface settlement. However, for a commercial lubricant to be effective, it has been suggested that ingredients such as sodium and potassium be eliminated. As a result, in order that a lubricant does not lose its function as a support against the overburden pressure of an over-cutting area and to enable a reduction in thrust, a higher quality lubricant which can overcome these problems must be developed as soon as possible. In this paper, in order to examine the characteristics and behaviour of a material developed as a lubricant and backfilling for a deeper strata excavation system such as a pipe jacking, a fundamental investigation is performed and the various results are discussed..
18. Study on Effect of Surrounding Soil on Restoration Grouting
Spring Annual Symposium on the Mining and Materials Processing
Hideki SHIMADA, Koichi ARAKI, Masashi KOMURA, Yanlong CHEN, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI.
19. Study on Behavior of Surrounding Soil under Different Drivage Mechanisms in Pipe Jacking Method
Spring Annual Symposium on the Mining and Materials Processing
Hideki SHIMADA, Toru SATO, Nozomu HIRAISHI, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE
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20. Development of Flash Setting Material into Void Using Flyash Cement
Spring Anual Symposium on the Mining and Metarials Processing
Hideki SHIMADA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Takashi SASAOKA, Shuichi FUJITA, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Kikuo MATSUI, Masuhiko IINO.
21. Application of flyash-surfactant mixtures as a sealing material in the sea
Spring Anual Symposium on the Mining and Metarials Processing
Hideki SHIMADA, Takashi SASAOKA, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Masuhiko IINO, Masakazu MINESHITA, Tatsuya MIZUNUMA.
22. Effect of Injection of Flyash-Surfactant Mixture Material into Soil on Environmental Issues
Hideki SHIMADA, Keisuke TAKAHASHI, Kikuo MATSUI, Masatomo ICHINOSE, Shuichi FUJITA, Seiichi MINESHITA, Tatsuya MIZUNUMA, Yasuhiro YOSHIDA, Iwao SATO
Spring Anual Symposium on the Mining and Metarials Processing.
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