Probe drilling is first among the Steps Involved in the Process of Tunneling and Boring done to find out the best method of drilling for that site. In these various samples are taken by different drilling methods and then the most suitable one is chosen for the job.
Grouting is the second of seven steps involved in the process of tunneling and boring. It is the process of providing additional support to the drilled mine. It is carried out with the help of a liquid called grout. It helps in achieving a smooth surface.
Excavation is the process of digging and recording of artifacts at an archaeological site. It is performed by experts and it is an important step of seven steps involved in the process of tunneling and boring since it is necessary to know the archaeological importance of a site before digging.
Once the initial mining process is completed the tunnel now requires supports so that the further steps can be carried out. Nowadays support is provided by injecting pipes or sometimes building it before carrying out the further steps.
Material is coated by polishing, painting to prevent wear and tear and to protect it from corrosion. It is extremely important for the corrosive metals to protect them from corrosion
Draining is the process to remove the water that is accumulated there. This process becomes extremely important for those sites where the water level is high.
This is the most important step of the seven steps involved in the process of tunneling and boring for the safety of the site workers. A proper exit route is created for the exit of hazardous gas from the tunnel.
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Frequently asked questions related to boring and tunneling
What are the different steps involved in the process of Boring and Tunneling?
There are seven steps involved in the process of boring and tunneling:
1. Probe drilling to find the best drilling method for that site.
2. The second step is of grouting which is used to provide additional support to the mines.
3. In the third step the coated properly
4. Now the water that has accumulated there is drained out
5. The final step involves the creation of route for the passage of hazardous gas.