THE FINITE ELEMENT STRESS STATE ANALYSIS OF UNDERGROUND HYDRAULIC ERECTIONS TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE ANISOTROPY OF THE MEDIUM

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In this article, the stressed state analysis of a transverse-isotropic rocky soil near a hydrotechnical tunnel is carried out. The cross section of the tunnel is circular. The load considered in the analysis is the self-weight of the surrounding soil. The analysis is carried out for various resilient characteristics of the soil and in the orthogonal directions for various slopes. The slope of the plane of isotropy models a sloping bedding of layers of earth. The slope of the plane of isotropy models a sloping bedding of layers of earth. The tangential stresses are defined at the entry line. This allows estimating the strength of the surrounding soil for various laying depth


DAMIR TAHIROVICH BAUTDINOV

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Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow

BAUTDINOV DAMIR TAHIROVICH was born in 1979. PhD holder, associate professor of the Department of Engineering Design of the Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Agricultural academy named after K. A. Timiryazev. Graduated from the Moscow State University of Engineering in 2001. Field of scientific interests: The theory of elasticity of anisotropic bodies, the structural mechanics of underground hydraulic structures, dynamics and stability of building structures at various influences

MAGOMED MAGOMEDNABIEVICH DJAMALUDINOV

Djamaludinov86@mail.ru
Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow

DJAMALUDINOV MAGOMED MAGOMEDNABIEVICH was born in 1986. Engineer of the capital construction Department of the state institution of the Republic of Dagestan "Ekoservis". Graduated from the Moscow state University of environmental engineering. Moscow 2008. Conducts scientific work in the field of analysis of underground structures taking into account the anisotropy of soil medium. Phone: +7(925) 774-06-10

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