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Effect of Roughness on Shear Characteristics of the Interface between Silty Clay and Concrete

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Medium: journal article
Language(s): en 
Published in: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2020
Page(s): 1-9
DOI: 10.1155/2020/8831759
Abstract:

In order to study the effect of roughness on the mechanical parameters of silty clay-concrete interface, and to explore the applicability of silicon piezoresistive sensor to test the interface pressure, a large-scale direct shear test system was used to carry out experimental research on the shear characteristics of silty clay-concrete interface under different roughness conditions. Based on silicon piezoresistive sensor, the shear characteristics of silty clay-concrete interface are analyzed. The results show that the silicon piezoresistive sensor has excellent performance in measuring the interface pressure and can accurately obtain the shear characteristics of the silty clay-concrete interface. The roughness has a significant influence on the shear strength, shear stiffness, and other mechanical properties of the prefabricated pile-soil interface. With the increase of roughness, interface shear strength, interface friction angle, shear stiffness coefficient, and interface residual shear stress all show an increasing trend, with the maximum increase of 37.0%. The interface adhesion decreased first and then increased with the increase of roughness, with an increase of 23.7%. The test results can provide reference for the engineering practice of jacked pile.

Copyright: © Yonghong Wang et al. et al.
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    25/10/2020
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    09/01/2021