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The Use of New Structural Solutions of Retaining Walls to Ensure the Stable Operation of the "Base-Engineering Structure" System

EasyChair Preprint no. 2334

8 pagesDate: January 8, 2020


During the design and operation practice, it is necessary to assess the possibility of deformation of structures located on foundations which are able to precipitate and subside. Only with reliable and accurate determination of the stress-strain state of structures of structures together with soil masses during modeling, it is possible to apply the finite element method in practice. The calculations using the PLAXIS and LIRA programs made it easier to analyze the stress-strain state of the soil mass and the stability of retaining walls: I option is  corner retaining wall; II option is  retaining wall with a structural surface. With the same soil base (layer geometry and physicomechanical properties), loads and boundary load conditions, it is obvious that for the II option the entire mass of soil is included in the work and the stresses are uniformly distributed over the front and foundation plates (over common stresses), uniform structural deformations are observed and soil base, which, in turn, ensures the stability of the retaining wall (according to the general picture of movements) The validity of the theoretical forecast of the behavior of engineering structures interacting with an unevenly deformed base cannot be obtained on the basis of the regulatory framework. This gap can be filled in when modeling the "base – engineering structure" system using modern calculation programs using the finite element method

Keyphrases: base, Retaining walls, soil, territory

BibTeX entry
BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
  author = {Radomir Timchenko and Stanislav Popov and Oleg Nastich and Dmitry Krishko and Vladimir Savenko},
  title = {The Use of New Structural Solutions of Retaining Walls to Ensure the Stable Operation of the "Base-Engineering Structure" System},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2334},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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