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Volume 162, 2018The 3rd International Conference on Buildings, Construction and Environmental Engineering, BCEE3-2017
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Water Resources Engineering and Geomatics|
|Published online||07 May 2018|
Nonlinear analysis of water-soil-barrage floor interaction
College of Engineering, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
2 Al-Mussaib Technical College, Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University, Babylon, Iraq
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Fluid - Structure Interaction (FSI) and Soil-Structure Interaction (SSI) are mostly considered in the non-linear analysis of water-soil-barrage floor interaction. A three dimensional (3D) - section of a barrage is selected and modelled via ANSY 15.0. The ogge barrage floor shape has been taken as a case study of analysis. The non-linear analysis of the structure model is developed through selecting suitable available elements in ANSYS which are related to the case under study and is compared with linear analysis. The results of the analysis are obtained by suggesting different characteristics of concrete, soil, and rock materials as a parametric study. Both closed barrage and in operation are the cases have been considered in analysis. It is concluded from this study that ANSYS/APDL is adequate tool to simulate and analysis the problem that need sufficient experiences to select suitable available elements to get the acceptable results. It is also concluded that the deformation in barrage floor has little difference by (6%) in linear and non-linear analysis in case of no operation. While this deformation in non-linear analysis with operation condition is less by (13%) than of no operation case. The non-linear deformation of barrage floor is more effective by change of density of barrage concrete itself, modulus of elasticity and yield stress of both soil and rock foundation materials, while no sensitive effect of change of Poisson’s ratio on the deformation. The maximum seepage flow at exit point downstream barrage floor with upstream and downstream piles is lesser by (67.40%) than without pile. In the view of stability, it is concluded that the barrage floor is already safe in exist gradient and piping problems with or without piles.
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