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Static Stress-strain Analyses of Embankment Dam with Asphalt Core

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Author(s): R. Ziaie Moayed | M. Nazari | M. Kamalzare

Journal: Journal of Applied Sciences
ISSN 1812-5654

Volume: 11;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 125;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: alluvial foundation | static analysis | finite element method | asphaltic core | Gabric dam

ABSTRACT
en investigated. Also, vertical stress distribution at the end of construction and vertical and horizontal displacements after sluicing have been studied. Results show that vertical stress values in asphaltic core reach two times of overburden pressure that indicates considerable load transfer to asphaltic core and maximum vertical displacement of asphaltic core in the end of construction was 0.22 m while horizontal displacement of asphaltic core is negligible. Also, the results reveal that removal of alluvial layer from beneath of down-stream shell will not assist adjustment of stresses and strains in core.

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