Analysis of Partially Uplifted Base Matsby Jgi-Jiang Shiau, Sr. Struct. Engr.; Bechtel Power Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif.,
Serial Information: Journal of the Energy Division, 1979, Vol. 105, Issue 1, Pg. 9-13
Document Type: Journal Paper
This is a systematic method of analyzing a partially uplifted base mat on an elastic foundation, without removing tensile soil springs. The initial system stiffness matrix is used throughout the operation. The method becomes beneficial and important when the size of the system stiffness matrix of a finite element model is relatively large and many loading conditions cause the mat to be uplifted partially in different ways. The generalized equilibrium equations can be incorporated with general structural analysis computer programs, such as STRUDL, SAP, etc.
Subject Headings: Uplifting behavior | Materials engineering | Finite element method | Matrix (mathematics) | Elastic analysis | Elastic foundations | Stiffening | Soil analysis
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