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Analysis on the Seismic Response of Soil Slopes Based on the Multi-point Input Method
Li Li1, Jing Pengxu2, Xu Qin1
1.China Earthquake Networks Center, Beijing 100045, China;2.China Railway Engineering Consulting Group Co., Ltd., Beijing 100055, China
摘要:
In general, the seismic response analysis in earthquake engineering assumes that the vibration parameters of the target and the contact surface of the external media are identical, i. e., single point input. However, earthquake energy has an attenuation phenomenon in wave propagation, so a wide range of soil slopes and the external medium contact surface of different input points on motion are not identical. If we consider single point input only, it may not correspond with reality, so it is necessary to carry out research on multi-point input methods. Based on the 2-D slope model, single-point input and multi-point input are performed respectively to analyze and compare their similarities and differences in the perspectives of the characteristics of seismic response of soil layer and plastic zone distribution to provide a reference for the seismic design of slopes. The results show that in the perspective of soil seismic response analysis, the peak acceleration output and peak velocity output under multi-point input are greater than the peak values under single point input at the same monitoring point, the peak appearing time is also earlier than that of the single point input; in terms of the plastic zone distribution, the multi-point effect is manifested as the presence of more obvious tensile shear failures; in the perspective of safety coefficient, the safety coefficient under each multi-point input is smaller than that of single point input, a difference of about 7% or so. In summary, multi-point input is more reasonable and practical than single point input, so multi-point input should be considered in seismic design.
关键词:  Seismic response analysis  Ground motion synthesis  Single-point input  Multi-point input  Safety factor
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基金项目:This project is jointly funded by the Program of China Earthquake Science Data Sharing Platform and the Youth Fund (17404031570521).
Analysis on the Seismic Response of Soil Slopes Based on the Multi-point Input Method
Li Li1, Jing Pengxu2, Xu Qin1
1.China Earthquake Networks Center, Beijing 100045, China;2.China Railway Engineering Consulting Group Co., Ltd., Beijing 100055, China
Abstract:
In general, the seismic response analysis in earthquake engineering assumes that the vibration parameters of the target and the contact surface of the external media are identical, i. e., single point input. However, earthquake energy has an attenuation phenomenon in wave propagation, so a wide range of soil slopes and the external medium contact surface of different input points on motion are not identical. If we consider single point input only, it may not correspond with reality, so it is necessary to carry out research on multi-point input methods. Based on the 2-D slope model, single-point input and multi-point input are performed respectively to analyze and compare their similarities and differences in the perspectives of the characteristics of seismic response of soil layer and plastic zone distribution to provide a reference for the seismic design of slopes. The results show that in the perspective of soil seismic response analysis, the peak acceleration output and peak velocity output under multi-point input are greater than the peak values under single point input at the same monitoring point, the peak appearing time is also earlier than that of the single point input; in terms of the plastic zone distribution, the multi-point effect is manifested as the presence of more obvious tensile shear failures; in the perspective of safety coefficient, the safety coefficient under each multi-point input is smaller than that of single point input, a difference of about 7% or so. In summary, multi-point input is more reasonable and practical than single point input, so multi-point input should be considered in seismic design.
Key words:  Seismic response analysis  Ground motion synthesis  Single-point input  Multi-point input  Safety factor