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Symmetry ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 167
Lei Li ◽  
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When a traffic tunnel passes through special strata such as soft rock with high geo-stress, expansive rock, and fault fracture zones, the traditional supporting structure is often destroyed due to complicated loads, which threatens the construction and operation safety of tunnel engineering. Concrete-filled steel tubular (CFST) structure gives full play to the respective advantages of steel and concrete and has better bearing capacity and economic benefits than traditional support structure, which has achieved good results in some underground engineering applications. In order to promote the application of CFST in the construction of traffic tunnels with complex geological conditions and improve the bearing capacity of the initial supporting structure of tunnels, the influencing factors of the bearing capacity of CFST arch were studied by numerical simulation. The main achievements are as follows: (1) The load-displacement curves of CFST members under different material parameters are basically consistent. CFST members have significant restrictions on displacement in the elastic stage and have high ultimate bearing capacity. Although the bearing capacity decreases obviously after reaching the peak, it shows good extension performance. (2) The height of the steel tube section, the thickness of the steel tube wall and the grade of the core concrete have an approximately linear positive correlation with the bearing capacity of CFST arch, but the influence of these three factors on the bearing capacity of CFST arch decreases in turn, and when the grade of core concrete increases above C50, it has no significant effect on the bearing capacity of members.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-21
Jing Ji ◽  
Chenyu Yu ◽  
Liangqin Jiang ◽  
Jiedong Zhan ◽  
Hongguo Ren ◽  

In order to investigate the bearing capacity of H-shaped honeycombed steel web composite columns with rectangular concrete-filled steel tube flanges (STHCCs) subjected to eccentrical compression load, 33 full-scale STHCCs were designed with the eccentricity(e), the slenderness ratio (λ), the cubic compressive strength of concrete(fcuk), the thickness of the steel tube flange (t1), the thickness of honeycombed steel web (t2), diameter-depth ratio (d/hw), space-depth (s/hw), and the yield strength of the steel tube (fy) as the main parameters. Considering the nonlinear constitutive model of concrete and simplified constitutive model of steel, the finite element (FE) model of STHCCs was established by ABAQUS software. By comparison with the existing test results, the rationality of the constitutive model of materials and FE modeling was verified. The numerical simulation of 33 full-scale STHCCs was conducted, and the influence of different parameters on the ultimate eccentrical compression bearing capacity was discussed. The results show that the cross-sectional stress distribution basically conforms to the plane-section assumption. With the increase in e, λ, and d/hw, the ultimate eccentrical compression bearing capacity of the full-scale STHCCs decreases, whereas it gradually increases with the increase in fcuk, t1, t2, s/hw, and fy. By introducing bias-stress stability coefficient (φ), the calculation formula of full-scale STHCCs under eccentrical compression is proposed by statistical regression, which can lay a foundation for the popularization and application of these types of composite columns in practical engineering.

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