Tunneling

Tunnels could strengthen transportation connections, bolstering infrastructure and, consequently, the whole economy.

Overcoming Water Management Challenges in Tunnels

Water always exists in tunnels; therefore, managing it is essential to any significant tunnel-building project. To maintain the stability of the ground and avoid flooding the work area, engineering teams might need to remove large amounts of water from the building site. The choice of pump is determined by a number of factors. The necessary flow rate and head are the most basic of them.

Objectives:

Enhance Infrastructure

Optimize Water Management

Providing Appropriate Dewatering Solutions

Ensure Operational Efficiency

Addressing Dewatering Challenges

Over the past few decades, tunnelling technology has advanced quickly, allowing for safer and quicker passage through mountainous or crowded places. Tunnels could strengthen transportation connections, bolstering infrastructure and, consequently, the whole economy. However, water always exists whenever there are tunnels, thus managing it is an important factor in any significant tunnel-building project. In order to stabilize the ground and avoid flooding the work area, engineering teams might need to remove large amounts of water from the building site.

Case Studies

Jammu-Srinagar Railroad Tunnel (T48 and T49, India’s longest railroad tunnel)

Water always exists in tunnels; therefore, managing it is essential...