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Improved numerical method for time domain dynamic structure-foundation interaction analysis based on

DU Jianguo, LIN Gao

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2008, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 336-342 doi: 10.1007/s11709-008-0054-2

Abstract: boundary finite element method (SBFEM), an improved time domain numerical approach for the dynamic structure-foundationWith reasonable choice of the number of base functions, the degrees of freedom on the structure-foundationinterface were reduced and the associated computation for the calculation of convolution integral wasIt may be concluded that the proposed approach is suitable for large-scale structure-foundation interaction

Keywords: structure-foundation interface     computational efficiency     different     suitable     numerical approach    

An efficient method for the dynamic interaction of open structure-foundation systems

LIU Jingbo, GU Yin, LI Bin, WANG Yan

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2007, Volume 1, Issue 3,   Pages 340-345 doi: 10.1007/s11709-007-0045-8

Abstract: The structure-foundation system is transformed from an original open system into an approximately hermeticThis procedure is highly efficient in analyzing dynamic structure-foundation interaction problems ina wave source problem in 2-dimensions (2-D) elastic semi-infinite space, and the other is a dynamic structure-foundationThe results also indicate that the proposed method is more advantageous for solving large structure-foundation

Keywords: structure-foundation interaction     superposition     interaction problem     freedom     efficient    

Nonlinear elastic model for compacted clay concrete interface

R. R. SHAKIR, Jungao ZHU

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 187-194 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0033-2

Abstract: paper, a nonlinear elastic model was developed to simulate the behavior of compacted clay concrete interfaceIt was found that the behavior of the interface depends on the critical water contents by which two failureThe mathematical relations were then incorporated into the interface model.The verification shows that the proposed model is capable of predicting the interface shear stress versus

Keywords: interface modeling     friction     soil structure interface     soil structure interaction     simple shear test    

Experimental verification of the interface wave method to detect interlaminar damage of a metal multilayerstructure

Bing LI,Xu GENG,Tong LU,Lei QIANG,Minghang LI

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2015, Volume 10, Issue 4,   Pages 380-391 doi: 10.1007/s11465-015-0365-7

Abstract:

The interface wave traveling along the boundary of two materials has been studied for nearly a centuryHowever, experiments, engineering applications, and interface wave applications to the non-destructiveinterfacial wave between two solid half-spaces) is implemented to detect the damage in a multilayer structureFirst, the wave velocity and wave structure of Stoneley waves at a perfectly bonded aluminum-steel interfaceTherefore, Stoneley waves show great potential as a non-destructive inspection method of a multilayer structure

Keywords: crack localization     interface waves     Stoneley waves     interlaminar damage     multilayer structure    

Behavior of compacted clay-concrete interface

R. R .SHAKIR, Jungao ZHU

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 1,   Pages 85-92 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0013-6

Abstract: Tests of interface between compacted clay and concrete were conducted systematically using interfacenormal stress and rough surface on the shear stress-shear displacement relationship of clay-concrete interfaceThe following were concluded in this study: 1) the interface shear sliding dominates the interface shearfailure mechanism may change each other with different water content ratio; 4) the interface shear strengthincreases with increasing water content ratio especially for the case of clay-rough concrete surface interface

Keywords: soil structure interaction     simple shear test     interface     friction     compacted clay     interface modeling    

Displacement and force analyses of piles in the pile-caisson composite structure under eccentric inclined

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering doi: 10.1007/s11709-023-0957-y

Abstract: study aims to investigate the displacement and force behavior of piles in a pile-caisson composite structureperformed to investigate the effects of groundwater level, burial depth of the pile-caisson composite structure, and distribution of soil layers on the performance of the pile-caisson composite structure.In addition, increasing the burial depth of the pile-caisson composite structure can assist in reducingthe displacements and improving the stability of the pile-caisson composite structure.

Keywords: composite structure     piles     foundation     suspension bridge     1g model test     finite-element analysis    

Response in piled raft foundation of tall chimneys under along-wind load incorporating flexibility of

B. R. JAYALEKSHMI,S.V. JISHA,R. SHIVASHANKAR

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 307-322 doi: 10.1007/s11709-015-0288-8

Abstract: present paper deals with the numerical analysis of tall reinforced concrete chimneys with piled raft foundationThe analysis was carried out using finite element method on the basis of direct method of soil-structureThe chimney elevation and the thickness of raft of piled raft foundation were also varied for the parametricThe tangential and radial bending moments of raft of piled raft foundation were evaluated through SSIThe effect of SSI in the response of the pile is more significant when the structure-foundation system

Keywords: finite element method     piled raft     tall chimney     soil-structure interaction     along-wind load    

Effect of interface adhesion factor on the bearing capacity of strip footing placed on cohesive soil

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 6,   Pages 1494-1503 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0768-y

Abstract: By considering the different values of interface adhesion factor (αcr) between the

Keywords: bearing capacity     soil-rock interface     Hoek−Brown yield criterion     plasticity     limit analysis    

Consistency Guarantees for Professional Appraisal of Geotechnical Engineering Design under Market Leading and Deciding

Jian-ye Zheng

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2015, Volume 2, Issue 1,   Pages 82-85 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2015012

Abstract: In an open peer review refereeing a retaining and protection structure design of building foundation

Keywords: peer review     foundation pit excavation     retaining and protection structure     design introduction    

Torsional vibrations of a cylindrical foundation embedded in a saturated poroelastic half-space

Dazhi WU,Lu YU

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 2,   Pages 194-202 doi: 10.1007/s11709-015-0292-z

Abstract: Considering the interactions between an embedded foundation and saturated soil, the torsional vibrationsof a cylindrical foundation embedded in a saturated poroelastic medium are analyzed in this paper.Both a rigid foundation and an elastic foundation are considered.Assuming both the side surface and the bottom surface of the foundation are perfectly bonded to soil,of an embedded cylindrical foundation are presented.

Keywords: embedded foundation     saturated soil     rigid foundation     elastic foundation     torsional vibration    

Multi-objective optimization of surface texture for the slipperswash plate interface in EHA pumps

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2022, Volume 17, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11465-022-0704-4

Abstract: multi-objective optimization model to obtain the arbitrarily surface textures design of the slipper/swash plate interface

Keywords: electro-hydrostatic actuator     axial piston pump     slipper/swash plate interface     multi-objective optimization    

Thermal analysis of lubricated three-dimensional contact bodies considering interface roughness

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2022, Volume 17, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11465-022-0672-8

Abstract: The thermal behaviors of the contact interface are studied in a wide range of working conditions.

Keywords: thermal elastohydrodynamic lubrication     surface roughness effect     thermal effect     temperature characteristics     severe conditions    

Effect of seismic wave propagation in massed medium on rate-dependent anisotropic damage growth in concrete gravity dams

Alireza DANESHYAR, Hamid MOHAMMADNEZHAD, Mohsen GHAEMIAN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 346-363 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0694-z

Abstract: for a comprehensive nonlinear seismic simulation of concrete gravity dams, including realistic soil–structurerepresentation of radiation damping in a half-space medium and wave propagation effects in a massed foundationFinally, the Koyna concrete gravity dam is analyzed based on different assumptions of foundation, concrete

Keywords: soil–structure interaction     massed foundation     radiation damping     anisotropic damage    

Tribological mechanism of carbon group nanofluids on grinding interface under minimum quantity lubrication

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2023, Volume 18, Issue 1, doi: 10.1007/s11465-022-0733-z

Abstract: Here, molecular dynamic simulations for the abrasive grain/workpiece interface were conducted under nanofluidInvestigations showed the formation of a boundary lubrication film on the abrasive grain/workpiece interfacethat had benefited from their corresponding tribological behaviors on the abrasive grain/workpiece interface

Keywords: grinding     minimum quantity lubrication     carbon group nanofluid     tribological mechanism    

Numerical modeling of current-induced scour around multi-wall foundation using large-eddy simulation

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 4,   Pages 546-565 doi: 10.1007/s11709-023-0943-4

Abstract: Scouring is one of the primary triggers of failure for bridges across rivers or seas. However, research concerning the scour mechanism of multi-wall foundations (MWFs) remains scarce, hindering the further application of MWFs. In this study, for the first time, the scouring effect caused by unidirectional flow around MWFs was examined numerically using FLOW-3D involving a large-eddy simulation. Initially, the applicability of the scouring model and input parameters was validated using a case study based on published measured data. Subsequently, the scouring effects of four MWFs with different wall arrangements and inflow angles, including the flow field analysis and scour pit and depth, were investigated thoroughly. It was found that the maximum scour depth of MWFs with an inflow angle of 0° was smaller than that of those with an inflow angle of 45°, regardless of the wall arrangement. Meanwhile, changing the inflow angle significantly affects the scour characteristics of MWFs arranged in parallel. In practical engineering, MWFs arranged in parallel are preferred considering the need for scouring resistance. However, a comparative analysis should be performed to consider comprehensively whether to adopt the form of a round wall arrangement when the inflow angle is not 0° or the inflow direction is changeable.

Keywords: multi-wall foundation     current-induced scour     bridge foundation     large-eddy simulation     numerical analysis    

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Improved numerical method for time domain dynamic structure-foundation interaction analysis based on

DU Jianguo, LIN Gao

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An efficient method for the dynamic interaction of open structure-foundation systems

LIU Jingbo, GU Yin, LI Bin, WANG Yan

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Nonlinear elastic model for compacted clay concrete interface

R. R. SHAKIR, Jungao ZHU

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Experimental verification of the interface wave method to detect interlaminar damage of a metal multilayerstructure

Bing LI,Xu GENG,Tong LU,Lei QIANG,Minghang LI

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Behavior of compacted clay-concrete interface

R. R .SHAKIR, Jungao ZHU

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Displacement and force analyses of piles in the pile-caisson composite structure under eccentric inclined

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Response in piled raft foundation of tall chimneys under along-wind load incorporating flexibility of

B. R. JAYALEKSHMI,S.V. JISHA,R. SHIVASHANKAR

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Effect of interface adhesion factor on the bearing capacity of strip footing placed on cohesive soil

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Consistency Guarantees for Professional Appraisal of Geotechnical Engineering Design under Market Leading and Deciding

Jian-ye Zheng

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Torsional vibrations of a cylindrical foundation embedded in a saturated poroelastic half-space

Dazhi WU,Lu YU

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Multi-objective optimization of surface texture for the slipperswash plate interface in EHA pumps

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Thermal analysis of lubricated three-dimensional contact bodies considering interface roughness

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Effect of seismic wave propagation in massed medium on rate-dependent anisotropic damage growth in concrete gravity dams

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Tribological mechanism of carbon group nanofluids on grinding interface under minimum quantity lubrication

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