EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE MECHANICAL AND DEFORMATION PROPERTIES OF PIPE AND SOIL IN RECTANGULAR PIPE JACKING CONSTRUCTION WITH CONTROLLABLE CEMENT GROUTING TECHNOLOGY
Keywords:Controllable cement grouting technology, Cement grouting drag reduction, Rectangular pipe jacking, Mechanical behaviour Deformation property
Based on the utility tunnel project of Chengbei Road in Suzhou, the experimental study on the mechanical and deformation properties of pipe and soil in rectangular pipe jacking construction with controllable cement grouting drag reduction technology is carried out. Based on the monitoring and analysis of pipe and soil stress and deformation of pipe joints during pipe jacking, the relevant theoretical model is established and the finite element simulation is carried out to experimentally study and compare the stress and deformation of pipe and soil in rectangular pipe jacking construction with controllable cement grouting drag reduction technology. The results show that the controllable cement grouting drag reduction technology has a significant effect on the pipe and soil stress in rectangular pipe jacking, which reduces pipe-soil interaction forces effectively, and improves the overall safety of pipe jacking construction.
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