Tunnel Planning und Tunnel Operation

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Winter Semester: Tunnel Planning

Summer Semester: Tunnel Operation

Course Language: German

For the module "Tunnel Planning and Operation" it is recommended to take the course "Tunnel Planning" first in the winter semester.

The courses provide knowledge in the areas of planning, dimensioning, equipment and operation of tunnels for road and rail transport.

The course "Tunnel Planning" includes topics such as traffic tunnel construction in Germany, the standards used in tunnel planning and tunnel operation, cross-sectional design of road and railway tunnels, road and rail layouts, design of underground subway systems, dewatering, emission of air pollutants and noise at tunnel entrance.

The course "Tunnel Operation" covers topics such as tunnel safety, ventilation, lighting, as well as control and monitoring of road tunnels.

 

For the module "Tunnel Planning and Operation" it is recommended to take the course "Tunnel Planning" first in the winter semester!

More detailed information can be found in the respective Examination Regulations in the official announcements of RWTH Aachen University.

 
Tunnel Planning Tunnel Operation

The course is relevant for the following study courses:

The course is relevant for following study courses:

Learning Objectives

  • Basic knowledge of planning and dimensioning of tunnel structures
  • Independent performance of emission and emission calculations
  • Noise and pollutant emissions at tunnel portals

Learning Objectives

  • Independent design and dimensioning of tunnel operating equipment elements
  • Basic knowledge of safety assessment of traffic tunnels
  • Dimensioning of ventilation systems
  • Tunnel control and central control technology

Course Scope

  • Credit Points: 3
  • Lecture: 1 SWS
  • Seminar: 1 SWS

Course Scope

  • Credit Points: 4
  • Lecture: 2 SWS
  • Seminar: 1 SWS

Lecturer

Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Markus Oeser

Research Assistant

Nils Lichtenberg, M. Eng.

Lecturer

Univ. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Markus Oeser

Research Assistant

Nils Lichtenberg, M. Eng.