ESTIMATED RATIONALE AND TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS FOR STRENGTHENING CONCRETE STRUCTURES OF HPP (PSPP) HAVING CRACKS OF DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF COMPLEX LOADS

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  • Authors: Aleksandrov AV1, Rubin OD2, Lisichkin SE3, Balagurov VB2
  • Affiliations:
    1. Institut "Hidroproekt", Moscow
    2. Scientific Research Institute of Energy Structures (Open Joint-stock Company), Moscow
    3. Engineering Center of Structures, Constructions and Technologies in Energy (Limited Liability Company), Moscow
  • Issue: No 6 (2014)
  • Pages: 50-54
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/structural-mechanics/article/view/10917
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Abstract


Hydrotechnical facilities during construction and operation may be subject tonon- project impacts (including non-project subsidence). At the same time, in the reinforced concrete constructions a system of cracks occurs, the nature of which corresponds to the complex features of the acting loads. On an example of the HPP (PSPP) building are encouraged to strengthen concrete structures of hydraulic system of external reinforcement on the basis of carbon fiber. Based on numerical simulations computational justification of proposed technical solutions to strengthen concrete structures of hydraulic structures is performed

About the authors

A V Aleksandrov

Institut "Hidroproekt", Moscow

Email: a.aleksandrov@hydroproject.ru

O D Rubin

Scientific Research Institute of Energy Structures (Open Joint-stock Company), Moscow

Email: info@niies.ru

S E Lisichkin

Engineering Center of Structures, Constructions and Technologies in Energy (Limited Liability Company), Moscow

V B Balagurov

Scientific Research Institute of Energy Structures (Open Joint-stock Company), Moscow

Email: info@niies.ru

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