Study on Deformation and Stress of CRCP under Concentrated Vertical Load with Hollow Foundation
Based on the equivalence principle, the concentrated vertical load which acts on the Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement(CRCP) transverse crack is translated into the equivalent half-wave sine load by Fourier transform. According to the translation principle of the force, the half-wave sine vertical load acting on the CRCP transverse crack is decomposed to the half-wave sine vertical load and the torsion force acting on the center of CRCP. Lastly, the deflection, torsional displacement and stress formulas of CRCP under the concentrated vertical load with hollow foundation are put forward, which is on the basis of the small deflection theory of elastic thin plate and torsion theory. The results show that increasing the slab thickness is the most effective measure to reduce maximal deflection, distortion displacement and stress of CRCP concentrated vertical load with hollow foundation.
Guangfan Li, Yong Huang and Chaohe Chen
X. B. Chen et al., "Study on Deformation and Stress of CRCP under Concentrated Vertical Load with Hollow Foundation", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 250-253, pp. 3415-3420, 2011