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لە دڕێژەی کار و چالاکییەکانی فاکەڵتییەکەمان، ڕۆژی یەکشەممە ٢٠٢١/٦/٢٧، کاتژمێر (٦)ی ئێوارە، سمینارێک بە شێوەی ئونلاین لە لایەن "د. جمال کاک رسول " مامۆستای بەشی ئەندازیاری شارستانی سمینارێک بە ناو نیشانی: Load-deformation behavior of GRRW پێشکەش بە ژمارەیەکی بەرچاو لە مامۆستایان کرا.
پۆختەی سمینار:
Load-Deformation Behavior of GRR Walls with Limited Fill Space Under Static Footing Loading
Geosynthetic-reinforced retaining (GRR) walls have been increasingly built with limited fill space, which has posed challenges for designing such walls with satisfactory performance, especially under surface loading, such as bridge and building foundations. This study performed a series of reduced-scale model tests to investigate the behavior of GRR walls with narrow space under strip footing loading. The planned experimental program consisted of constructing nine model tests with different retained soil distance, geosynthetic-reinforced fill width, and reinforcement layout. In each model test, a load was applied on the top of the wall through a rigid plate to simulate a strip footing. The test results show that limiting the size of the reinforced fill affected the internal stability of the wall, the wall deformation, and the footing settlement. On the other hand, the test results reveal that connecting geosynthetic reinforcement to the stable retained medium or bending geosynthetic reinforcement upward along the back of the reinforced fill enhanced internal stability and resulted in considerable reduction in the lateral deformation of the wall facing and settlement of the footing.