Multivariate Assessment of Soil—Building Foundation Interaction Using PLAXIS Software
This paper discussed mathematical and physical simulations of the geological and geotechnical conditions of a rock mass disturbed by building construction and soil-building foundation interaction. The structural features of the rock mass are schematized with different levels of details; PLAXIS software was used to simulate soil-building foundation interaction for different schematic diagrams of the rock sequence. The results of the numerical simulations based on the different schematic diagrams differ by no more than 3.6%.
KeywordsNumerical simulation Stress-strain state Soils Foundations Deformation
This work was carried out with financial support from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in the framework of the Increase Competitiveness Program of NUST ‘MISiS’ (no. K2-2017-003).
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