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Re: Expansion Joint in Tunnel

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Samiappan Srinivasan wrote:

We are not providing any Expansion Joint, is it acceptable or not?

Is there any significant change in concrete temperature expected? I wouldn't think so under the circumstances. I would think that you could provide reinforcement sufficient to handle the small changes due to temperature.

I'd vote "no expansion joint needed."
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