Research Study On Soil Structure Interaction Of Integrated Earth Retaining Wall
Author(s):
Miss. Prajakta Bajirao Shirke, Prof. K. K. Shinde, Prof. B. V. Mane
Keywords:
Retaining Wall, Integrated (Precast), SSI, ANSYS, Soil Pressure
Abstract
The widespread use of retaining walls has stimulated research into new wall construction techniques that are acceptable, clean, fast and cost-effective. Among several innovations, the technique of joining bricks without mortar is extremely promising. This will be easiest with the concept and implementation of the sustainability of the wall against the stresses caused by land use. Retaining walls are medium-rigid structures designed to retain soil laterally so that it can be held at different levels on either side. The ANSYS software tool is used to test the strength properties of these walls. Similarly, using the unique interlocking building block below not only reduces the amount of human labor required, but also increases performance. These blocks are easily portable from one place to another. This article is developed for the construction of such interlocking masonry, specifically how to increase the speed of wall construction, the effects of brick laying on the accuracy of wall alignment and wall guidance (recommended deformation, deformation) under lateral stress. This study includes analysis of interlocking precast structural block retaining wall and evaluation of precast RCC wall for a range of design parameters.
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Unique Paper ID: 159806

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 679 - 683
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