17.10.2019 Kalliomekaniikan päivä 2019

KALLIOMEKANIIKAN PÄIVÄ 2019

The Finnish Rock Mechanics Day 2019

Torstai 17.10.2019, Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6, 00170 Helsinki

Thursday 17th of October, 2019, Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6, 00170 Helsinki

Sali 104

Hall 104

Morning Session Program                                     

Theme: Rock Mass Discontinuities

Chair: President Lauri Uotinen

8.00 – 9.00           Coffee and enrollment (Kahvit ja ilmoittautuminen)

9.00 – 9.20           Opening Words, Greetings from ISRM (Avaussanat, ISRM:n evästys)

                            President of the Finnish ISRM, Dr. Lauri Uotinen

                            (Kalliomekaniikatoimikunnan puheenjohtaja, TkT Lauri Uotinen)

 9.20 – 10.00         Keynote: Post-failure behaviour of rock masses and its impact on pillar response

Prof. Leandro Alejano, University of Vigo

10.00 – 10.30       Keynote: Principles of structured risk management in rock engineering

Dr. Johan Spross, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

10.30 – 11.00       Coffee break

11.00 – 11.20       Seasonal underground storage of solar thermal energy in hard crystalline rocks

Mateusz Janiszewski, Aalto University

11.20 – 11.40       Numerical modelling of thermal shock weakening effect on compressive strength of rock

Martina Pressacco, Tampere University of Technology

11.40 – 12.00       On the monitoring of sub-benches scale failures closed to working areas

                            Noemi Boldrini, IDS Georadar

12.00 – 13.15       Lunch (Lounas)

12.45 – 13.15       Kalliomekaniikkatoimikunnan vuosikokous

                            Annual Meeting of the Finnish ISRM (in Finnish)

Iltapäivän ohjelma

Puheenjohtaja: Professori Mikael Rinne

13.15 – 13.30      Kalliomekaniikkatoimikunnan palkintojen myöntäminen:

                            – tunnustuspalkinto

                            – kalliomekaniikkapalkinto

                            Kalliomekaniikatoimikunnan puheenjohtaja Lauri Uotinen

13.30 – 13.50       Kalliomekaniikan opetuksen kehittäminen fotogrammetrian ja virtuaalitodellisuuden avulla

Lauri Uotinen, Aalto-yliopisto

13.50 – 14.10       Suomen jännitystilatietokannan päivitys

Topias Siren, Stress Measurement Company Oy

14.10 – 14.20       Tietoisku: Eurokoodi 7

Guido Nuijten, Pöyry Finland Oy

14.20 – 14.30       Tietoisku: Kalliotunnelin kalliotekninen suunnitteluohje

Ulla Sipola, Sitowise Oy

14.30 – 15.00       Kahvitauko

15.00 – 15.20       Kittilän kaivoksen kalliomekaniikka

Antti Pyy, Agnico Eagle Finland Oy

15.20 – 15.40                           Mustikkamaan öljysäiliön muuttaminen luolalämpövarastoksi

                           Riiko Schamarin, Pöyry Finland Oy

15.40 – 16.00       Helsingin maanalaisen kokoojakadun jatkosuunnittelu ideakartoituksen jälkeen

                           Arto Wegelius, Pöyry Finland Oy

16.00 – 16.20       ONKALO POSE – koe: Kalliomassan in situ vaurioituminen

                            Johannes Suikkanen, Posiva Oy

16.20 – 16.40       Kalliomekaaniset seurantamittaukset Tapiolan Ainoa-kauppakeskuksessa

Frans Horn, Sitowise Oy

16.40 – 17.00       Loppukeskustelu

17.15 – 20.00       Cocktail-tilaisuus

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sähköpostitse juha.antikainen@aalto.fi tai postitse: Juha Antikainen, Aalto-yliopisto, Kalliomekaniikka, PL 12100, 00076 Aalto. Ilmoita samalla osallistutko Cocktail-tilaisuuteen ja mahdollinen erityisruokavalio. Mikäli ilmoittautunut peruuttaa osallistumisensa 10.10.2019 jälkeen, osallistumismaksua ei makseta takaisin.

Kalliomekaniikan päivän osallistumismaksu, joka sisältää ohjelmaan merkityn lounaan, kahvit ja cocktailin, on 250 € ja kalliomekaniikkatoimikunnan jäseniltä 225 €. Maksu tulee suorittaa Suomen kalliomekaniikkatoimikunnan tilille:

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Lisätietoja päivästä antaa Juha Antikainen, puh. 050 468 1876, juha.antikainen@aalto.fi tai

Lauri Uotinen, puh. 050 464 2970, lauri.uotinen@aalto.fi.

Keynote speakers

Dr. Leandro R. Alejano is a professor in the Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Engineering at the University of Vigo (Spain). He is president of the Spanish Group of the ISRM. He obtained a PhD. in Mining Engineering in the Department of Mining Engineering, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, in 1996, on the topic of numerical modelling of coal subsidence, after research visits to research centers in France, Germany and UK. He was appointed as an associate professor of Rock Mechanics at the University of Vigo in 1998 and has since been in charge of teaching and research programs in rock mechanics for mining. He has also taught in various international Masters in Spain and South America and made part of the jury of PhD thesis in Spain, France, Italy, Sweden and Norway. He co-authored a book on basic rock Mechanics in Spanish with more than 17,500 down-loads in Research gate. In addition to his academic work, Professor Alejano is also consultant for mining, quarrying, construction and energy companies at a national and international levels with more than 60 reports generated in the last 20 years. Prof. Alejano’s research interests include but not only: rock and rock mass behavior with particular attention to post-failure behavior and dilatancy; tunnel design particularly focusing the convergence-confinement approach and numerical models; rock slope stability; mine design and control with particular emphasis in room and pillar mining, open pits and quarries and rock mechanics laboratory work including volumetric-strain controlled triaxial tests to analyze post-failure behavior of rock and tilt testing of saw cut surfaces.

Dr. Johan Spross is a researcher at the Division of Soil and Rock Mechanics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, with a PhD degree (2016) and docent title (2019) from the same institution. His main field of research is risk management in geotechnical engineering. Currently, he works on how reliability-based design methods can be used to account for risks and uncertainties in a rational way, in order to minimise the costs and use of resources throughout the life cycle of the structure, without violating safety requirements. Johan Spross is also chairing the Committee for Competence Development in the Swedish Rock Engineering Association and a member of the Swedish Geotechnical Society’s committee on risk.

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