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Volume 315, 2020International Scientific Practical Conference “Materials science, shape-generating technologies and equipment 2020” (ICMSSTE 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Building Materials, Properties, Technologies, Equipment|
|Published online||01 July 2020|
The study of the ferroconcrete beams with thrust on the foil bearings during short-term dynamic loading
Тomsk State University of Architecture and Building, 634003 Tomsk, Russia
* The corresponding author: DaudG@yandex.ru
While designing and maintaining ferroconcrete beam constructions subjected to a short-term dynamic loading, it is necessary to consider the emergence of the thrust reaction; this leads to a considerable increase of durability and fracture strength. It is also necessary to consider the use of foil bearings as the power-intensity increase of the researched constructions. The aim of the experimental research is to expose the reasonability of using foil bearings in thrust constructions. The paper presents the results of the experimental research of ferroconcrete beam constructions with thrust on foil bearings during short-term dynamic loading. The influence of the thrust on the durability, deformability and fracture strength of ferroconcrete constructions during short-term dynamic loading, as well as joint use of foil bearings and limitation of support contour horizontal shift are studied. The results of the research indicate the positive effect of using foil bearings in the constructions with thrust.
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