Seismic Response of Rock Slopes with the Anchor Cable in Centrifuge Modeling Tests
|Published in:||Advances in Civil Engineering, January 2020, v. 2020|
In order to study the seismic response of the rock slopes with the anchor cable, centrifuge modeling tests were performed on concrete slope models. Different seismic loadings were performed to investigate the horizontal acceleration response, the rock slope displacement, and the stress of anchor cables. The results show that the horizontal acceleration response is obviously amplified by a rock slope. Under the same conditions, the higher the seismic intensity is, the larger the acceleration amplification coefficient will be. Anchor cable can effectively reduce the acceleration amplification effect of the slope. For the slope with a structural plane, the anchor cable at the structural plane is stressed greatly during the seismic action, and the strength of anchor cables near the expected structural plane is important.
|Copyright:||© 2020 Yong Nie et al.|
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