MECHANICAL RESPONSE ANALYSIS AND TREATMENT MEASURES OF PARTITION WALL OF METRO STATION

Authors

  • Jin-long Lai China Construction Second Engineering Bureau Ltd, Huabei company, Beijing, 100160, China
  • Jin-liang Liu Northeast Forestry University, School of civil engineering, Harbin, 150040, China
  • Jian-yong An Northeast Forestry University, School of civil engineering, Harbin, 150040, China
  • Hang Jia China Construction Second Engineering Bureau Ltd, Huabei company, Beijing, 100160, China
  • Jia Ma China Construction Second Engineering Bureau Ltd, Huabei company, Beijing, 100160, China

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14311/CEJ.2021.01.0015

Keywords:

Metro station, Partition wall, Force response analysis, FLAC 3D, Construction method

Abstract

In the process of metro station construction, the partition wall is usually used to prevent the displacement of the soil behind the wall to ensure the construction platform. This research aims to analyze the response of partition wall to keep the safety of the structure. The time-horizontal displacement and cracks of the partition wall are measured during the process of metro station construction. The finite element software FLAC 3D is used to simulate the response of partition wall, and the reasons of partition wall cracking and displacement are analyzed by finite element simulation and measurement data. The stiffness and self-stability of the partition wall in the station is powerful, the stress concentration appeared on the central area and caused cracks of the partition wall. Reducing the pressure exerted on the partition wall and shifting partial pressure exerted on the partition wall by the construction of the medium plate can solve the tress concentration problem. Through the data analysis of the strengthened partition wall, the reinforcement effect is good, ensuring the safety of the subsequent construction. The causes of partition wall cracking are found during process of metro station construction, and the solution proposed in this paper is effective. Engineers can refer to this paper to analyze the response of partition wall in the construction of similar structures, which can ensure construction safety and reduce construction cost.

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Published

2021-04-09

How to Cite

Lai, J.- long, Liu, J.- liang, An, J.- yong, Jia, H., & Ma, J. (2021). MECHANICAL RESPONSE ANALYSIS AND TREATMENT MEASURES OF PARTITION WALL OF METRO STATION. Stavební Obzor - Civil Engineering Journal, 30(1). https://doi.org/10.14311/CEJ.2021.01.0015

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