Optimization of heavy haul railway tunnel lining based on ultimate bearing capacity
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Fujian Forestry Vocational and Technical College, Department of Traffic Engineering, Nanping, 353000, China
Yangtze University, School of Urban Construction, Jingzhou, 434000, China
China Railway Fourth Survey and Design Institute Group Co., Ltd, Tunnel Engineering, Wuhan,430000, China
Submission date: 2022-05-17
Final revision date: 2022-06-06
Acceptance date: 2022-06-28
Publication date: 2022-12-30
Archives of Civil Engineering 2022;68(4):493-511
The optimization process of design parameters for composite lining of heavy haul railway tunnel is a key problem to be solved in tunnel engineering design. In order to put forward a better design scheme of composite lining for heavy haul railway tunnel, combined with field measurement and numerical simulation, the optimal working condition design is carried out by changing the thickness of shotcrete layer, the type of grid steel frame and the thickness of secondary lining. The influence of the above design parameters on the stress state of the composite lining is analyzed to obtain the optimal design parameters. Finally, the safety performance of the optimized lining is evaluated by the ultimate bearing capacity curve of the secondary lining section. The research shows that: 1) The optimal design parameters of the composite lining of the tunnel are the thickness of the shotcrete layer of 25 cm, the type of the grid steel frame of H180, the thickness of the secondary lining arch waist and the side wall of 40 cm and 35 cm respectively; 2) Different from the single-track heavy haul railway tunnel, the displacement value of the vault settlement of the double-track heavy haul railway tunnel is significantly greater than that of the inner convergence. Increasing the thickness of the shotcrete layer and changing the type of the grid steel frame have better effects on reducing the vault settlement, and have little effect on the inner convergence.
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