publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Pavement mechanic response of sulfate saline soil subgrade section based on fluid–structure interaction model

Zhao, Xueying; Shen, Aiqin; Guo, Yinchuang; Li, Peng; Lv, Zhenhua;
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  • Published: 01 Nov 2017 Journal: International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology (issn: 1996-6814, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
It is a consensus that salt heaving and frost heaving are urgent and typical distress in the sulfate saline soil area. To further investigate the microscopic performance of pavement structure in this special area, Jinan-Dongying Freeway in Shandong Province is selected as a case study engineering and the mechanic responses under salt heaving, frost heaving and traffic loads were analyzed through the finite element (FE) Program (ANSYS). In this paper, the process of salt heaving and frost heaving was divided into 3 stages and FE models were established based on fluid–structure interaction (FSI) model. It is shown that under both effects of salt heaving and frost ...
free text keywords: Highway engineering. Roads and pavements, TE1-450, Mechanics of Materials, Civil and Structural Engineering, Ultimate tensile strength, Soil structure interaction, Soil salinity, Geotechnical engineering, Subgrade, Fluid–structure interaction, Stress (mechanics), Frost heaving, Engineering, business.industry, business, Asphalt
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