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Numerical Study of Cellular Cofferdam Stability Using ANSYS

Numerical Study of Cellular Cofferdam Stability Using ANSYS

Hydraulic Structures
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The purpose of the cofferdam is to retain a hydrostatic head of water as well as the dynamic forces due to currents and waves, ice forces, seismic loads and accidental loads or to provide a lateral support to the mass of soil behind it. However, the cofferdam is subjected to unbalanced lateral forces acting at different heights. These unbalanced forces will tend to produce a resultant moment which tends to overturn the cofferdam or to produce a resultant force which tends to slide the cofferdam on its base. The resisting forces and moments against the sliding and overturning vary in magnitude from soil to soil depending on the unit weight, the coefficient of friction of the soil, Young's Modulus of elasticity, poison's ratio, and cohesion.The main objective of this book are to conduct an analytical investigation on the overall behavior of cellular cofferdam to estimate a more stable cellular cofferdam (materials and dimensions) to withstand sliding and over turning. This aim is achieved by using the finite element method.

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Autor: Marwa Shlash
ISBN-13: 9783330851313
ISBN: 3330851317
Einband: Paperback
Seiten: 172
Gewicht: 272 g
Format: 220x150x10 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Marwa Shlash
Name:Marwa Abdullah Merry Shlash Date and Place of Birth:Iraq/Babylon-1987General Specialization:Civil Engineering Specific Specialization:Hydraulic StructuresB.Sc.degree in Civil Engineering from University of Kufa,2009M.Sc. degree in Hydraulic Structures from University of Kufa,2012place of work:University of Kufa-Faculty of Engineering

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Autor: Marwa Shlash
ISBN-13:: 9783330851313
ISBN: 3330851317
Verlag: Noor Publishing
Gewicht: 272g
Seiten: 172
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 220x150x10 mm