Numerical Simulation Study of the Vibrational Response of Continuous Arch Tunnels under the Action of Overlying Train Loads

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  • Weihuan Shen

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/kf0v8p69

Keywords:

Continuous arch tunnel; train vibration; dynamic response; numerical simulation.

Abstract

With the rapid development of transportation infrastructure in China, continuous arch tunnels passing under existing operational railways are increasingly encountered. This paper primarily investigates the mechanical response patterns of the lining of continuous arch tunnels under the vibrational loads generated by trains traveling on railways. To this end, a three-dimensional finite element model of the dynamic response of continuous arch tunnels under train vibrational loads was constructed using Midas GTS/NX software. This model explores the patterns of acceleration, dynamic displacement, and dynamic strain responses of continuous arch tunnels under the action of moving train loads. The study reveals that under train vibrational loads, the vertical acceleration, vertical displacement, and strain time history curves at various monitoring points in the continuous arch tunnel exhibit vibrational characteristics. The acceleration, vertical displacement, and dynamic strain increase as the train enters, fluctuate within a certain range, and then decrease to zero as the train exits. Under high-speed train loads, the acceleration peak values at the arch feet and outer sidewalls of the left and right tunnels are larger, with a greater peak value difference. The vertical displacement peak values at the arch shoulders and crown are larger, whereas those at the middle partition wall and base slab are smaller. During the process from the train's entry to its exit, the dynamic strain exhibits a trend of initially increasing, then stabilizing, and finally decreasing to zero, all while displaying vibrational characteristics. The strain response on the tunnel side where the train enters is greater than that on the side where it exits.

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27-03-2024

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How to Cite

Numerical Simulation Study of the Vibrational Response of Continuous Arch Tunnels under the Action of Overlying Train Loads. (2024). Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 10(1), 420-426. https://doi.org/10.54097/kf0v8p69

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