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Middle East Technical University Civil Engineering Department. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT PLAXIS 2D and an EXAMPLE OF BRACED EXCAVATION in PLAXIS 2D. Zeynep ÇEKİNMEZ MSc Civil Engineer. OUTLINE. General Information about Plaxis General Information about Plaxis 2D Types of Modelling

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Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Middle East Technical University

Civil Engineering Department

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT PLAXIS 2D

and

an EXAMPLE OF BRACED EXCAVATION

in PLAXIS 2D

Zeynep ÇEKİNMEZ

MSc Civil Engineer


Outline

OUTLINE

  • General Information about Plaxis

  • General Information about Plaxis 2D

    • Types of Modelling

    • Examples of Graphical Input of Geometry Models

    • Elements used in Geometry Models

    • Required Input Soil Parameters

    • General Procedure of Analysis

    • Flow Chart

    • Step by Step Modelling an Example: “Assignment #6: Braced Excavation for Sewage Pipe System”

    • Interpretation of results of the example

    • Comparision of hand calculation and PLAXIS results

    • Analysis in Plaxis Flow

    • Flow Input

    • Step by Step Modelling


General information about plaxis

General Information about Plaxis

  • Software is from Delft/Netherlands

  • Most widely-used software in geotechnical aspects:

    • Researchers (MS and Phd students)

    • Project Analysis

    • Design Applications

    • Synchronizing the real behavior of in-situ soil and the calculated one.

  • User friendly, Finite Element Program (FE programe)

    • Stresses developed at stress points

    • Strains developed at nodes

      By using STIFFNESS MATRIX [E]


General information about plaxis1

General Information about Plaxis

  • PLAXIS is a software analysing deformation, stresses and stability validation that occur in constructions in the field of geotechnical engineering by step by step constructionStaged Construction.

  • PLAXIS software has various versions each analysis different type of structures/problems:

    • PLAXIS 2D Foundation

    • PLAXIS 2D Dynamics

    • PLAXIS 2D Tunnel

    • PLAXIS 2D Flow

    • PLAXIS 3D Foundation

    • PLAXIS 3D Tunnel


General information about plaxis 2d

General Information about Plaxis 2D


Types of modelling

Types of Modelling

Plaxis 2D provides two different type of modelling:

1) Plane Strain

  • Used for geometries with a (more or less) uniform cross section and corresponding stress state and loading scheme over a certain length perpendicular to the cross-section (z-Direction)

  • Displacements and strains in z-direction are assumed to be zero. However normal stresses in z-direction are fully taken into account

y

Inputs and outputs are in unit/m

x


Types of modelling1

Types of Modelling

2) Axisymmetric model

  • Used for circular structures with a (more or less) uniform radial cross section and loading scheme around to be identical in any radial direction.

  • Note that for axisymmetric problems the x-coordinate represents the radius and the y-coordinate corresponds to the axial line of symmetry. Negative x-coordinates cannot be used.

y

x

1rad

Inputs and outputs are in unit/2π


Graphical input of geometry models

Graphical input of geometry models

Node-to-Node Anchors-Struts

Surcharge

Plate Elements

Interfaces

Boundary Condition: ux=0, uy is free

Boundary Condition: ux=0, uy=0


Graphical input of geometry models1

Graphical input of geometry models

Node-to-Node Anchors-Tie Backs

Geogrid-Anchor Grout


Elements used in geometry models

Elements Used in Geometry Models

Used Elements

  • Plates (foundations, walls, plates, piles etc.  structural members)

  • Node-to-Node Anchors (struts, anchor tie-backs)

  • Fixed-Anchors (for symmetric design instead of node-to-node anchors)

  • Geogrids (Anchor grout, geosythetics)

  • Interface (soil-structure interaction, flow conditions)

  • Tunnel

  • Hinge/Rotation (Connections of structural members)

  • Prescribed Displacement

  • Distributed/Point Load

  • Well

  • Drain


Soil models

Soil Models

Soil Models (stress-strain relation depending on constant/varying stiffness):

  • Mohr-Coulomb (general)

  • Hardening Soil Model (in unloading-loading sequences)

  • HS Small Model (small strains in hardening soils)

  • Soft Soil Model (for clays, primary consolidation)

  • Soft Soil Creep Model (for creep soils in soft clays, secondary consolidation)

  • Joint Rock Model (for rock and its special characteristics)


Required soil input parameters

Required Soil Input Parameters


Required soil input parameters1

Required Soil Input Parameters


General procedure of analysis

General Procedure of Analysis


Flow chart

Flow Chart

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties

Mesh Generation

Initial Conditions

Pore Pressure Condition

K0-condition

Staged Construction

Geometry Configuration

Water Pressures

Update Mesh

Running

Results


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties

Mesh Generation


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties

Mesh Generation

Initial Conditions

K0-condition

Pore Pressure Condition


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties

Mesh Generation

Initial Conditions

Pore Pressure Condition

K0-condition

Staged Construction


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

Geometry & Soil Properties & Element Properties

Mesh Generation

Initial Conditions

Staged Construction

Geometry Configuration

Water Pressures


Results deformed mesh x100scale

Results: Deformed Mesh (x100scale)


Results total displacement

Results: Total Displacement


Results effective normal stress

Results: Effective Normal Stress


Results horizontal disp of sheet pile

Results: Horizontal Disp of Sheet Pile


Results shear forces on sheet pile

Results: Shear Forces on Sheet Pile


Comparision lateral earth pressure

Comparision: Lateral Earth Pressure


Comparision shear force dist

Comparision: Shear Force Dist.


Comparision bending moment dist

Comparision: Bending Moment Dist.


Comparision summary of the results

Comparision: Summary of the Results

  • Results of the analyse and the hand-calculations are different because of:

  • “Staged Construction” in Plaxis

  • Assumption of Trapezoidal Lateral Earth Pressure

  • Total stress+pore pressure/effective stress+pore pressure Limitation of “Design Pressure Distributions”

  • Plaxis based on E on elastic range acc. to MC yield criteria


Analysis in plaxis flow

Analysis in Plaxis Flow


Plaxis flow input steady state flow

PLAXIS Flow Input: Steady-State Flow

Screen (Impervious element)-sheet pile


Plaxis flow staged cons geometry

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: Geometry


Plaxis flow staged cons geometry1

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: Geometry


Plaxis flow staged cons geometry2

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: Geometry


Plaxis flow staged cons geometry3

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: Geometry


Plaxis flow staged cons steadystate

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: SteadyState


Plaxis flow staged cons steadystate1

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: SteadyState


Plaxis flow staged cons steadystate2

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: SteadyState


Plaxis flow staged cons steadystate3

PLAXIS Flow Staged Cons: SteadyState


Plaxis flow results flow field

PLAXIS Flow Results: Flow Field


Plaxis flow results gw head

PLAXIS Flow Results: GW Head


Plaxis flow results pore pressure

PLAXIS Flow Results: Pore Pressure


Plaxis flow results deg of saturation

PLAXIS Flow Results: Deg. of Saturation


Plaxis flow results flow discharge

PLAXIS Flow Results: Flow Discharge


Zeynep ek nmez msc civil engineer

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