Papers by Author: Jia Cheng Wang

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Authors: Le Hua Wang, Jian Wu Li, Ying Xia Li, Jia Cheng Wang, Jian Rong Li, Min Zhu
Abstract: After the excavation of abutment slope, the stress redistributed and the rock mass quality degradation damaged. According to fore-and-aft change of stresses for excavation, the authors divided excavation area and chose suitable mechanical parameters of rock mass for different excavation area. We used theory and methods of unloading rock mass mechanics and used elastic-plastic viscous damage mechanics model to give 2-D finite element analysis of stress and strain for typical profiles. And then we analyzed the changes of stress and deformation of the slope at nature and unloading conditions, analyzed deformation and stability at different reinforcement areas of the slope to choose reasonable reinforcement area. Strengthening plans of rock mass are analyzed and compared to choose reasonable reinforcement plan. The research results herein can offer beneficial reference for the design and the construction engineers.
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Authors: Le Hua Wang, Jia Cheng Wang, Jian Lin Li
Abstract: The high cut slope of reservoir-bank road and city buildings are mostly earth-rock mixture after excavation. The strength behavior of the gravelly soil is important for mechanism of landslide triggering and soil erosion in Badong high cut slope. With the impact of rainfall, the water content of gravel soil increases, and the water table changes, this eventually affects the mechanical properties of gravel soils. Taking high cut slope which formed in the course of relocation in Three Gorges Reservoir as its background, the paper selected the gravel soil of typical high cut slope in Badong new town; and through on-site survey, analysis of geological conditions, indoor large-scale direct shear test, combined with laboratory test results, it discussed the influence of high cut slope gravel soil shear strength parameters by different water content of sample. At the end of this paper, it draws some beneficial conclusions.
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