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Physical Modeling Test on Deformation and Failure of Rock Slope with New Support System

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Medium: Fachartikel
Sprache(n): Englisch
Veröffentlicht in: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2020
Seite(n): 1-18
DOI: 10.1155/2020/8825220
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In order to explore the monitoring and control method of rock slope, indoor physical model testing of collapse control and monitoring were carried out with the example of a rock slope collapse area project in Jietai Temple in Beijing, China, as the prototype. Based on the similarity theory, in this study, a new structural support with Negative Poisson’s Ratio bolt and flexible anchored net was utilized to reinforce the rock slope. Following a graded loading sequence, the collapse failure characteristics and the overall control effect of energy absorption reinforcement measures were explored. The experimental results demonstrated that the entire process of slope collapse presented four distinct stages of failure: fracture generation, fracture propagation, partial collapse, and overall collapse. The full-field displacement nephogram and the displacement monitoring point of the collapse area indicated that the large deformation and failure of the collapsed surrounding rock were effectively controlled, while the Negative Poisson’s Ratio bolt and the flexible anchored net had good reinforcement effects. The experimental stress record presented that the change of pressure curve was an apparent regularity in the entire process of slope collapse, which reflects the change state of internal force of surrounding rock; it includes the function of monitoring of slope collapse. It was indicated that the Negative Poisson’s Ratio bolt along with the large-deformation flexible anchored net had good reinforcement monitoring effect on the rock slope collapse disaster.

Copyright: © 2020 Zhigang Tao et al.
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