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Nonlinear finite element study of deteriorated rigid sewers including the influence of erosion voids

@inproceedings{Tan2007NonlinearFE,
  title={Nonlinear finite element study of deteriorated rigid sewers including the influence of erosion voids},
  author={Z. Tan},
  year={2007}
}
  • Z. Tan
  • Published 2007
  • Materials Science
The service life of rigid sewer pipes is often controlled by joint integrity. Leaking joints can cause ingress of water and develop voids where surrounding soil has eroded. The influence of soil voids on the stability of buried rigid pipes is investigated, considering the effects of void size, void location and void shape. A series of simplified void geometries are defined, and their influence on bending moments in the rigid sewer is studied through finite element analysis. Elastic analysis… Expand
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