Jamal Rostami
Jamal Rostami
Director, Earth Mechanics Institute (EMI), Colorado School of Mines
Verified email at mines.edu - Homepage
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A new model for performance prediction of hard rock TBMs.
J ROSUTAMI
PROCEEDINGS/1993 RAPID EXCAVATION AND TUNNELING CONFERENCE, 1993
4051993
Disc cutting tests in Colorado Red Granite: Implications for TBM performance prediction
R Gertsch, L Gertsch, J Rostami
International Journal of rock mechanics and mining sciences 44 (2), 238-246, 2007
3222007
Development of a force estimation model for rock fragmentation with disc cutters through theoretical modeling and physical measurement of crushed zone pressure
J Rostami
Colorado School of Mines, 1997
2791997
A new hard rock TBM performance prediction model for project planning
J Hassanpour, J Rostami, J Zhao
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 26 (5), 595-603, 2011
2292011
Performance prediction of hard rock TBM using Rock Mass Rating (RMR) system
JK Hamidi, K Shahriar, B Rezai, J Rostami
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 25 (4), 333-345, 2010
2212010
Comparison between CSM and NTH hard rock TBM performance prediction models
J Rostami, L Ozdemir, B Nilson
Proceedings of Annual Technical Meeting of the Institute of Shaft Drilling …, 1996
2111996
Performance prediction: a key issue in mechanical hard rock mining
J Rostami, L Ozdemir, DM Neil
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences and Geomechanics …, 1995
1511995
TBM performance analysis in pyroclastic rocks: a case history of Karaj water conveyance tunnel
J Hassanpour, J Rostami, M Khamehchiyan, A Bruland, HR Tavakoli
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 43 (4), 427-445, 2010
1492010
Study of various models for estimation of penetration rate of hard rock TBMs
E Farrokh, J Rostami, C Laughton
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 30, 110-123, 2012
1312012
Hard rock TBM cutterhead modeling for design and performance prediction
J Rostami
Geomechanik und Tunnelbau: Geomechanik und Tunnelbau 1 (1), 18-28, 2008
1242008
Study of pressure distribution within the crushed zone in the contact area between rock and disc cutters
J Rostami
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 57, 172-186, 2013
1182013
Performance prediction of hard rock Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) in difficult ground
J Rostami
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 57, 173-182, 2016
952016
Developing new equations for TBM performance prediction in carbonate-argillaceous rocks: a case history of Nowsood water conveyance tunnel
J Hassanpour, J Rostami, M Khamehchiyan, A Bruland
Geomechanics and Geoengineering: An International Journal 4 (4), 287-297, 2009
932009
Application of non-linear regression analysis and artificial intelligence algorithms for performance prediction of hard rock TBMs
A Salimi, J Rostami, C Moormann, A Delisio
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 58, 236-246, 2016
922016
Experimental investigation of mechanical behavior of bedded rock salt containing inclined interlayer
Y Li, W Liu, C Yang, JJK Daemen
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 69, 39-49, 2014
922014
Impact of weathering on slope stability in soft rock mass
P Miščević, G Vlastelica
Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 6 (3), 240-250, 2014
86*2014
Roadheader applications in mining and tunneling industries
H Copur, L Ozdemir, J Rostami
Preprints-society of mining engineers of AIME, 1998
851998
Effect of adverse geological condition on TBM operation in Ghomroud tunnel conveyance project
E Farrokh, J Rostami
Tunnelling and underground space technology 24 (4), 436-446, 2009
802009
Development of soil abrasivity testing for soft ground tunneling using shield machines
J Rostami, EA Gharahbagh, AM Palomino, M Mosleh
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 28, 245-256, 2012
742012
3D finite difference model for simulation of double shield TBM tunneling in squeezing grounds
R Hasanpour, J Rostami, B Ünver
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 40, 109-126, 2014
712014
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