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Agakhanov E.K., Agakhanov M.K. Pore pressure when compacting two-phase soil. Russian Journal of Transport Engineering. 2020; 7(1). Available at: (in Russian). DOI: 10.15862/06SATS120

Pore pressure when compacting two-phase soil

Agakhanov Elefhan Kerimhanovich
Dagestan state engineering university, Makhachkala, Russia

Agakhanov Murad Kirimhanovich
National research university Moscow state university of civil engineering, Moscow, Russia

Abstract. In modern conditions, in relation to the total amount of accumulated professional knowledge, the volume of active information resources increases, and construction practice is constantly enriched with new experimentally-theoretically based accurate knowledge. Therefore, various programs are widely used when solving problems in ground bases. Despite the fact that modern numerical methods allow solving problems of any complexity, it should be noted that experimental and analytical methods are still relevant, and it is an effective combination of methods that leads to the development of mechanics, an organic combination of experimental research methods with the enormous computational capabilities of modern supercomputers.

Methods for modeling the action of bulk forces are widely used in problems of deformable solid mechanics. Many known solutions have limitations and are given for special cases. The authors present the theoretical foundations of the elastic analogy method for modeling the effect of pore pressure on the soil. When posing the question, the following assumption is made that the liquid filling the pores of the soil does not perceive shear deformation. Tangential stresses that occur in the ground are only perceived by the ground skeleton. The water that fills the pores does not resist tangential stresses. In this case, the deformation of the soil skeleton from the action of hydrostatic water pressure, respectively, is a volumetric deformation. In this case, the components of the ball stress tensor are equal to the pore pressure.

The article considers the use of the theory of volume forces in modeling the effect of pore pressure in the process of compaction of two-phase soil. In this case, we consider a one-dimensional problem for the case of deformation (compaction) of a two-phase soil layer thickness under the action of a distributed load of constant intensity. We believe that the consolidated layer lies on a rocky undeformable base.

The authors consider various drainage conditions for the surfaces of the consolidated layer.

Expressions are given for determining stresses and precipitation with creep, for the instantaneous stress-strain state and the final stress-strain state.

Keywords: pore pressure; soil base; deformations; stresses; lateral pressure; two-phase soil; soil skeleton

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