THEORETICAL SOLUTION OF PILING COMPACTION AND THE INFLUENCE OF PILE-SOIL-BOUNDARY CURVE HYPOTHESIS
Keywords:Theoretical solution, Piling compaction, Boundary curve hypothesis, Variational method, Integral function
Research is ongoing to find theoretical solution to three-dimensional piling compaction. Considering the spacial-axis-symmetric characteristics, the boundary surface of pile-soil interaction is expressed by polynomials of different orders. First, the curve family parameter is introduced to construct the displacement and integral function. Then, the solution of pile-soil interaction is derived by combining the constitutive relation model of Duncan-Chang and the variational theory. Results of engineering computing show that the theoretical solution converges to the classical CEM and the limit equilibrium theory well at the corresponding computing area. Moreover, the effects of polynomial of different orders on the calculation results are not obvious. The conclusion in this paper can be used for reference in the derivation and application for other interaction of structure and soil problems.
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