Investigating pipeline – soil interaction under axial – lateral relative movements in sand

@inproceedings{Daiyan2011InvestigatingP,
  title={Investigating pipeline – soil interaction under axial – lateral relative movements in sand},
  author={Nasser Daiyan and Shawn Kenny and Ryan M. Phillips and Radu Popescu},
  year={2011}
}
This paper presents results from an experimental and numerical study on the axial lateral interaction of pipes with dense sand. A series of centrifuge tests were conducted, with a rigid pipeline displaced in the horizontal plane in a cohesionless test bed. The relative pipe soil interaction included axial, lateral, and oblique loading events. A three-dimensional continuum finite element model was developed using ABAQUS/Standard (Hibbitt et al. 2005) software. The numerical model was calibrated… CONTINUE READING

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