The Research Methods of Soil and Structural Dynamic Interaction
This paper will introduce the basic methods of soil-structure dynamic interaction at home and abroad, and analysis the advantages and disadvantages of these methods. Finally, the paper will put forward opinions on the research tendency of soil-structure dynamic interaction. With the development of urbanization, the urban population, planning area and urban environment are faced with tremendous stress, so developing and utilizing the underground space becomes the concerns of many cities. In recent decades, the underground structure has been widely used in urban construction, transportation, national defense engineering, and hydraulic engineering and so on. Especially in the urban construction, with underground railway which has been seemed as the large-capacity backbone and fast public transport system has become an important issue of urban passenger traffic solution. In our country, there are still large potential in developing and utilizing the underground structure and the structure forms will become more and more complicated. China is a strong and frequent earthquake country, the earthquake-proof problems about the underground structures such as Long-span subway station has become city astigmatic engineering and the important research content on disaster prevention and mitigation. These researches can ensure the safe use of underground structures and reduce natural disasters to humankind. To the subway station and the tunnel structure, soil characteristics significantly influence the structure seismic response and destruction features. In seismic response process, the overburden of gravitational can greatly affect on the structural seismic response. The solution to the underground structure seismic problem should focus on two aspects: on one hand we should focus on the research of soil-structure dynamic interaction; on the other hand, we should deal with soil’s half-limitlessness simulation problem.
Guangfan Li, Yong Huang and Chaohe Chen
X. L. Dong "The Research Methods of Soil and Structural Dynamic Interaction", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 250-253, pp. 2068-2073, 2011