The Foundation Liquefaction and Permanent Deformation Analysis of Diversion Dike for Nuclear Power Plant
In seismic response analysis, total stress method is adopted mostly, but variation of the pore water pressure and the development process of the liquefaction are not considered in this method. Based on the dynamic analysis of two-dimensional effective stress proposed by Zhu-jiang Shen, combined with dynamic consolidation theory of Biot, the foundation liquefaction analysis of the diversion dike for nuclear power plant is performed by using effective stress dynamic analysis program, the liquefied range is given, as well as the permanent deformation. The obtained law can provide theoretical guidance for the similar project.
J. Zhao et al., "The Foundation Liquefaction and Permanent Deformation Analysis of Diversion Dike for Nuclear Power Plant", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 1865-1869, 2011