Safety and Operation of Road Tunnels

San Juan (Argentina)
29-31 March 2006

The seminar took place at the "School of Mountain Roads Engineering" of the National University of San Juan, Argentina.

A technical visit of the international road tunnel Chile-Argentina in Mendoza was organized on Thursday 30 March.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEMINAR

TITLES

PRESENTATIONS

Programme du séminaire / Seminar Programme

English / French

Présentation AIPCR/ PIARC presentation, Ada Lía González

Spanish

Présentation du Comité technique 3.3/ Presentation of the TC 3.3, Pierre Schmitz

English/ French

Safety management in tunnels, focused on the European Directive 2004/54EC, Rudolf Hörhan

English

Impact of safety consideration on tunnel design: ventilation, escape route, particular conditions in mountain, Bernard Falconnat

English

Aspectos de disenos de túneles relacionados con su seguridad vial, Manuel Romana Ruiz

Spanish

La seguridad en el diseno de los túneles del Camino La Pólvora, Valparaíso (Chile), Carlos Descalzi, Ramón Ross Blondet, Christaki Mas'ad)

Spanish

Basic tasks on tunnel operation, Jean-Claude Martin

English

Operación del Túnel Cristo Redentor del Paso Internacional Los Libertadores, Raúl Ramírez Torres, Héctor D. Rodríguez

Spanish

Gerenciamiento de túneles: el caso particular del túnel internacional del Somport, Rafael López Guarga

Spanish

Smoke and fire control and ventilation systems in tunnels, Arthur Bendelius

English

El Túnel Subfluvial Uranga-Sylvestre Begnis, Ernesto Kuchen

Spanish

Basic installations to provide safe operation for low-traffic tunnels, Erik Norstrom

English

Aplicación de nuevos criterios de seguridad para túneles en Sudamérica, Martin Böfer

Spanish

Recruiting, organizing and training road tunnels operating staff, Jean-Claude Martin

English

Operación de los túneles de la Autopista Urbana Costanera Norte - El proyecto vial más importante de Chile de los últimos 100 anos, Gonzalo Ardanaz

Spanish

Human behaviour influencing tunnel safety, Evert Worm

English

The Seminar