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Solutions for line loads and generalized strip loads applied to an orthorhombic half space

C. M. Gerrard

Solutions for line loads and generalized strip loads applied to an orthorhombic half space

by C. M. Gerrard

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Published by C.S.I.R.O. in Melbourne .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby C.M. Gerrard and L.J.Wardle.
SeriesDivision of Applied Geomechanics technical paper -- no.14
ContributionsCommonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. Division of Applied Geomechanics.
The Physical Object
Pagination37p.
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18136376M
ISBN 100643000844
OCLC/WorldCa1041200

Three-dimensional buried non-linearly varying triangular loads on a transversely isotropic half-space Article in International Journal of Solids and Structures 41(11) June with. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Online; xvii, p.: digital, PDF file.

  Non-linear loads are those that do not use all of the sine wave. Loads such as data proccessing equipment, variable frequency drives and other electronic stuff that has a rectified type power supply. this is a readers digest condensed version. Motors are not all non-linear loads as the majority are inductive loads. IP: Member. Lateral Force Induced by Rectangular Surcharge Loads on a Cross-Anisotropic Backfill Cheng-Der Wang1 Abstract: This article presents approximate but analytical-based solutions for computing the lateral force force per unit length and centroid location induced by horizontal and vertical surcharge surface loads resting on a cross-anisotropic by: 7.

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Solutions for line loads and generalized strip loads applied to an orthorhombic half space by C. M. Gerrard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mount Waverley, Victoria, Australia (Received April ) Solutions are presented for the full range of load types applied to strip areas within an orthorhombic half space. The loaded areas are parallel to the boundary plane.

Loads applied within a full space or on the surface of a half space can be considered as special : C.M. Gerrard, L.J. Wardle. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gerrard, C.

Solutions for line loads and generalized strip loads applied to an orthorhombic half space. In addition, closed form solutions are now available for a wide range of surface loading and internal loading cases [ 1,2]. A second application is to use orthorhombic layer theory as a means of describing geomechanics problems involving several discrete by: SOLUTIONS FOR POINT LOADS AND GENERALIZED CIRCULAR LOADS APPLIED TO A CROSS-ANISOTROPIC HALF SPACE.

This paper presents solutions to the full range of load types applied to circular areas on a cross-anisotropic elastic half space. Point loads are considered as a special case. The five load types are: (I) vertical force; (II) horizontal force; (III) moment about a horizontal axis; (IV) Cited by: This paper presents solutions to the full range of load types applied to strip areas within orthorhombic elastic media.

The six load types considered are: lateral force, longitudinal force. Use is made of the orthorhombic layer theory ] where a system of alternating orthorhombic layers can be repre- sented by a single homogeneous orthorhombic material. This theory is applied in one coordinate direction for the case of a single set of joints, or repeatedly applied in two or three coordinate directions for the respective cases of two or three sets of orthogonal by: The solutions produced can be used to extend the boundary element method to three-dimensional cases involving cross-anisotropic half spaces Key words: loads, cross-anisotropic elastic half spaces Introduction The loads considered are applied to a circular Cited by: 5.

Chapter 4: Load Tracing Load Tracing During the initial stages of a project, the designer makes assumptions regarding the way loads (forces) are transferred through the structure to the foundation (ground).

• These loads (forces) travel along load paths. • The analysis method is known as load Size: 1MB. The load factor for down drag loads shall be as specified in the AASHTO LRFD Table The Geotechnical Report will provide the down drag force (DD).

The down drag force (DD) is a load applied to the pile/shaft with the load factor specified in the Geotechnical Report. Generally, live loads (LL) are less than the down drag force and. of the pipe. Find the load transmitted to the pipe. Solution The load applied by the structure is X= kg The pressure applied to the soil above the pipe is P= /= kg/m The ratio of depth to the width is /= From table 2, the maximum proportion of the load reaching the pipe will be File Size: KB.

Cables: Uniform Loads Example 3, page 2 of 2 (28 ft)/4 7 ft (28 ft)/4 7 ft B B x lb T max B y 9 lb B y B x T o 3 in (18 lb)/2 9 lb Let's arbitrarily choose the first approach assume a sag = 3 in.

Then a free-body diagram of the right half of the clothesline and hanging towels would appear like this: Equilibrium equations F x = 0: T + B File Size: KB. As a first test, the velocity and stress components in the interior of an elastic half-space for concentrated line loads moving on the surface of the half-space were compared with the analytical results listed in Appendix B for the case of a uniform elastic half-space characterized by Poisson's ratio P = 1/3, shear wave velocity ~ = 1, m/sec, P-wave velocity (~ = 2, m/sec, and density p = 2, kg/ by: Distributed Loads on Beams Example 1, page 2 of 3 A x B y A y 3 m 6 m The line of action of the resultant, R, passes through the centroid of the load area.

3 m R = 12 kN 3 A B 4 Centroid of rectangle lies = 3 m from A Ans 6 m 2 5 Free-body diagram A R = 12 kN B 4 m 2 mFile Size: KB.

We differentiate between three different types of loads: point load (e.g. columns), line load (e.g. walls) and area load (e.g. snow). To know what kind of force is given, we use different indications: point loads in capital letters, line loads in lower case and area loads in coated lower case.

Conversion of Different Types of Loads area load sFile Size: KB. RE: Line Loads on Unreinforced Slabs msquared48 (Structural) 9 May 08 If the slab is " thick (2X4 form height) and only psi concrete, which is VERY conservative considering old concrete, the capacity of the slab is 4 to 5 klf of wall.

This means that if a concentrated unitary vertical load (say, 1 kN) were applied at that point, it would cause a bending moment at that point equal to kNm (or kNm if the load were 10 kN). If, on the other hand, the unit load were applied at midspan, the moment felt at the quarter-span would be equal to kNm.

And so on. Strip Load on Elastic Half Space The strip pulse problem The strip load problem Point Load on Elastic Half Space Problem Solution Moving Loads on Elastic Half Space 14 Author: Arnold Verruijt.

Solutions for line loads and generalized strip loads applied within orthorombic media by C. M Gerrard (Book) 3 editions published between and in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. For lateral load combinations (when notional loads are required) the notional loads are applied in the direction that adds to the destabilizing effects.

This would be in the same direction as the resultant of all lateral loads. So if you are adding notional loads to a wind load case where the wind loads are applied in the +X direction, the.

Solutions for point loads and generalized circular loads applied to a cross ASCE, Journal of Geotechnic al and Geoenvironmental Eng ineering,(4), April, 7.

moving loads and Influence lines are useful in determining the load position to cause maximum value of a given function in a structure on which load positions can vary.

Draw the influence line diagram for shear force at a point X in a simply supported beam AB of span ‘l’ Size: KB.New York: John Wiley Sons, Inc., p.

The authors have attempted to assemble as comprehensive a collection as possible of graphs, tables and explicit solution of problems in elasticity relevant to soil and rock mechanics. Many of these solutions are well known and widely used in.This study derives analytical solutions for estimating the lateral stress caused by horizontal and vertical surcharge strip loads resting on a cross-anisotropic backfill.