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Retaining structure in demanding ground conditions: PK-16, road Hrastnik - Zidani Most : master's thesis
Aleksandr Sokolov, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The master thesis presents the findings of the review of the design documentation of PGD plans for the PK-16 retaining structure, reconstruction of the G2-108 Hrastnik - Zidani Most road and deviation of the G1-5 Rimske Toplice - Zidani Most - Radeče road. The PK 16 retaining structure is foreseen between the Sava riverbed and the new road. The length of the retaining structure is substaintal (approx. 1140 m), the morphology of the terrain along the wall varies greatly. However, due to the erosion of the Sava River, it is estimated that the wall will need to be deep or corrosion protection should be constructed. Temporary security and work platforms based on the Sava River Basin (which is already impounded and quite deep in this part) will be required. The retaining structure is designed as a vertical cantilever wall that is on the underside rigidly fixed to the horizontal foundation plate. On the bulk of the structure, the foundation plate is supported by piles in two rows. The vertical wall at the top passes into a horizontal cantilever along which a corridor with a fringe runs. The controlling calculations were done employing a computational 2D model that takes into account the elastoplastic Mohr - Coulomb model for soil and the elastic model of concrete structures. The accompanying geotechnical calculations of the retaining structure in profiles P283 and P299 were compared with the analyses made in the design project to confirm the possibility of carrying out the proposed structures.
Keywords: civil engineering, geotechnical design, retaining structures, cantilever walls, piles
Published in DKUM: 13.10.2021; Views: 960; Downloads: 50
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The anchored pile wall optimization using NLP approach
Helena Vrecl-Kojc, 2005, original scientific article

Abstract: The type of a retaining structure as well as the structure configuration mainly depends on geological conditions. If geological, urban and other data allow an alternative, the costs should also be considered as an important factor. In geotechnical practise, pile walls are especially used in excavations, in the erection of traffic facilities and in the sanitation of landslides. This paper is aimed at presenting economical differences between cantilever and anchoring pile walls and the impact of different parameters on costs. The optimization method, which uses mathematical programming, gives an optimal solution to geometry, self-manufacturing costs, and other characteristics of the structure in a uniform optimization process. This paper presents the optimization process using the nonlinear programming (NLP) approach for the anchored pile wall. The application presented only serves to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed optimization method. Therefore, the retaining structure is situated in homogeneous non-cohesive soil at three different soil friction angles of 35°, 30° and 25°. The generalized analytical method, the USA method, which was first introduced by Bowles [3], isused in the application. The analysis of the results shows the impact of parameters, the main controlling factors, configuration geometry and savings. The optimal results allowed from 18 up to 47 per cent savings compared to the cantilever pile wall depending on ground and structure input data and the excavation depth.
Keywords: civil engineering, optimum design, retaining structures, USA analytical method, nonlinear programming
Published in DKUM: 16.05.2018; Views: 1360; Downloads: 64
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