Study on the Interface Mechanical Characteristic of Geotechnical Prestressed Anchorage Bolt under Step Loading by Model Test
The development and evolution regularity of the interface shear stress for the inner bond section of geotechnical prestressed anchorage structure is directly related to the ultimate bearing capacity and its long-term durability. By adopting the similar model test and embedding the strain brick at each interfaces of inner bond section, the interface mechanical properties under step loading were systematically studied. Conclusions can be drawn as follows: the interface shear stress along the axial direction of rod is not evenly distributed, and the interface distribution shape at different radial distance from the rod axis also varies. With the gradual increase of external load, the shear stress peak point continues to move into the deep areas, and resulting in the occurrence of gradual damage mode. In the process, the peak value of shear stress also augment gradually. Along radial direction of the rod, the shear stress concentration phenomenon just distributes within a small radius around the rod body. Adopting the two stage linear function to describe the relationship of shear stress and shear displacement at contact surface is suitable.
S. F. Zhang et al., "Study on the Interface Mechanical Characteristic of Geotechnical Prestressed Anchorage Bolt under Step Loading by Model Test", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 1859-1864, 2011