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《Chinese Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering》 2014-S1
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YANG Jianping;PIAO Chunde;CHANG Hongfei;LI Ting;School of Mechanics and Civil Engineering,China University of Mining and Technology;Resources and Geosciences College,China University of Mining and Technology;State Key Laboratory for Geomechanics and Deep Underground Engineering,China University of Mining and Technology;  
In order to explore the mechanism of pile-soil interaction under horizontal load,this paper studies the deformation of the bored pile under horizontal load by pre-installing sensing fibers in the pile body. The formula of the pile deflection and moment is derived based on BOTDR technology,and the pile-soil interaction of the pile in Inner Mongolia in China under horizontal load is analyzed by using ANSYS software. The results show that the deformation of the bored pile under horizontal load is distributed in the range of 6 m underground. With the increase of the horizontal load,the pile body moment rises nonlinearly and the maximum point of moment transfers gradually to the deep part. As the load increases,the bending curve of pile-soil contact force shifts from the tendency of nonlinearity to the tendency of increase and then decrease,and its maximum inflection point fits well with the point of the maximum moments. Through comparing the theoretical calculation values of pile deflection with the measured values and the numerical simulations,it can be found that,due to the effect of the stiffness of pile,the deflection values of numerical simulations are relatively higher,while the theoretical calculation values are basically in accord with the measured values,which proves that the pile deformation formula based on BOTDR is practical and reliable.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金青年科学基金资助项目(51004103);; 中国矿业大学青年科学基金资助项目(2009A030)
【CateGory Index】: TU473.1
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