The dynamic response of gravity type quay wall during earthquake including soil-sea-structure interaction is calculated using ADINA finite element techniques. The main objective of this study is to investigate the effects of fluid-structure interaction on the residual displacement of wall after a real earthquake. A direct symmetric coupled formulation based on the fluid velocity potential is used to calculate the nonlinear hydrodynamic pressure of sea water acting on the wall. The doubly asymptotic approximation (DAA) is used to account for the effects of outer fluid on the inner region. The non-associated Mohr-Coulomb material behavior is applied to model the failure of soil. The full nonlinear effective stress analysis is performed in this study and the soil-pore fluid interaction effects are modeled using porous media formulation. Viscous boundary condition is implemented to model the artificial boundary in direct method analysis of soil-structure interaction system and sliding contact condition was modeled in the interface of wall and surrounding soil. A typical configuration of gravity quay wall is used for analysis and three real earthquakes excitation are applied as base acceleration. The results show that influence of fluid-structure interaction effects on the permanent displacement of a gravity quay wall constructed on relatively non-liquefiable site is not considerable.
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The Dynamic Response of Gravity Type Quay Wall During Earthquake Including Soil-Sea-Structure Interaction
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Gharabaghi, ARM, Arablouei, A, Ghalandarzadeh, A, & Abedi, K. "The Dynamic Response of Gravity Type Quay Wall During Earthquake Including Soil-Sea-Structure Interaction." Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering. Volume 2: Ocean Engineering and Polar and Arctic Sciences and Technology. Hamburg, Germany. June 4–9, 2006. pp. 373-382. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/OMAE2006-92313
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