A new motorway west of Stockholm linking the north and south side of Stockholm is under development – the so-called "Stockholm By-Pass" ("Förbifart Stockholm"). The new link is a 21 km long highway, of which 18 km is in tunnels. At the interchange of Lovön, four intake and exhaust air stations are planned, being in close proximity to the main tunnels and ramps. In this area, there is also a deformation zone going through the intake and exhaust air station.
This course provides an overview of the Python programming language in Itasca software. The course covers major applications of Python to extend modeling capabilities with the Itasca codes through a number of applied examples.
Annalisa Moore is a Geomechanics Specialist with a B.Sc. in Geological Engineering and Project Management Professional (PMP) designation. She has seven years of industry experience spanning geology and rock mechanics in Guyana and in Ontario. Her most recent experience is in ground control in underground mines providing ground support recommendations, stope stability assessments, rock mass characterization, backfill UCS testing and analysis, unusual ground occurrence investigations and analysis, rehab designs, microseismic data analysis, and QA/QC of ground support.
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