THE USE OF YIELD LINE ANALYSIS AND PANEL TESTS FOR THE DESIGN OF SHOTCRETE
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THE USE OF YIELD LINE ANALYSIS AND PANEL TESTS FOR THE DESIGN OF SHOTCRETE by WC JOUGHIN * and GC HOWELL ** SRK Consulting, Johannesburg * Principal Mining Engineer * Principal Geotechnical Civil Engineer. Presentation Summary. Information available from Test Work

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THE USE OF YIELD LINE ANALYSIS AND PANEL TESTS FOR THE DESIGN OF SHOTCRETEbyWC JOUGHIN* and GC HOWELL**SRK Consulting, Johannesburg* Principal Mining Engineer * Principal Geotechnical Civil Engineer


Presentation summary

Presentation Summary

  • Information available from Test Work

  • Observation of crack formation

  • Requirements of Analysis Methods

  • Relationship between CAPACITY and DEMAND

  • Yield Line method and how it is used

  • Integration into the ShotcreteDesign Method

  • Summary and Conclusions


Shotcrete design schema

Shotcrete Design Schema

TEST WORK

  • Cube Tests

  • Fibre Density

  • EFNARC Panels

  • RDP tests

  • STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

    • Loads

    • Moments

    • Shear force

    • Torsion

UNDERGROUND OBSERVATION

  • Crack formation

  • Crack monitoring

  • Crack measurement

YIELD LINE METHOD

  • Characteristic Strength

  • Allowable Moment

  • Moment CAPACITY

  • Load/moment relationship

  • Load DEMAND

  • Moment DEMAND

  • Veracity CHECK

  • Crack patterns

  • Rock Loading

SHOTCRETE DESIGN

  • Factor of Safety (Capacity/Demand)

  • Probability/Reliability (p(D – C) < 1.0)


Contribution of test work

Contribution of TEST WORK

TEST WORK

  • Cube Tests

  • Fibre Density

  • EFNARC Panels

  • RDP tests

YIELD LINE METHOD

  • Characteristic Strength

  • Allowable Moment

  • Moment CAPACITY


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EFNARC TEST WORK

where:

Wpe is the peak load (kN)

from Yield Line

mpe = Wpe/8

LOAD Wpe

Yield Line Pattern

EFNARC TEST RIG


Efnarc test work

EFNARC TEST WORK

Figure 8:Example of EFNARC test results for steel fibre reinforced shotcrete (70 kg/m3)


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ASTM RDP TEST WORK

from Yield Line

mpe = Wpe/5.54

Point support

LOAD Wpe

Point support

Point support

Yield Line Pattern

RDP TEST RIG


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ASTM RDP TEST WORK

Peak Load – Crack Formation

“Elastic” Energy Absorption

“Plastic” Energy Absorption

Figure 9:Example of ASTM C1550 RDP test results for steel fibre reinforced shotcrete (70 kg/m3)


Test work summary

TEST WORK Summary

  • Moment Capacity development using Yield Line for a standard test panel

  • Ratio of thickness of test panel to design thickness (on the wall) give the Design Moment Capacity

  • Method allows a Characteristic Moment Capacity to be specified (cf Cube Strength)


Contribution of observation

Contribution of Observation

UNDERGROUND OBSERVATION

  • Crack formation

  • Crack monitoring

  • Crack measurement

YIELD LINE METHOD

  • Veracity CHECK

  • Crack patterns

  • Rock Loading


Observation

Observation

  • Cracking in shotcrete is due to different mechanisms

    • Flexure or Bending (moment)

    • Punching shear

    • Adhesion loss

    • Direct shear

    • Axial force (tension)

  • Sometimes difficult to categorize on the wall

  • Long term monitoring required


Observation 2

Observation 2

  • Look for patterns which resemble expected yield lines

  • Take into account the in-plane axial (tensile) force component

  • Locate areas of shear dislocation

  • Ultimately

    • Looking for yield line patterns


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Contribution of structural analysis

Contribution of Structural Analysis

  • STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

    • Loads

    • Moments

    • Shear force

    • Torsion

YIELD LINE METHOD

  • Load/moment relationship

  • Load DEMAND

  • Moment DEMAND


Structural analysis

Structural Analysis

  • Develop relationship between

    • DEMAND (load)

    • CAPACITY (strength)

  • Moment Capacity

    • Panel tests

  • Moment Demand

    • Rock Loading

      • Dead weight – simple prism

      • Quasi Static – relationship with deformation

      • Rock Mass Assessment - Q

      • Dynamic – Energy absorption method


Contribution of structural analysis1

Contribution of Structural Analysis

  • Why YIELD LINE

    • One of the PLASTIC suite of methods

    • Based on Elastic Perfectly plastic behaviour

    • Allows redistribution of stress

    • Relatively simple analysis method

    • Directly integrated with design

    • Economical (less reinforcement/m2)

    • Versatile

    • Closed-form solution (cf FE, FD, BE numerical methods)

YIELD LINE METHOD


Yield line basics

Yield Line Basics

HINGE

LOAD

v

  • External Work Done = Internal Work Done

  • WD by Loads moving = WD by YL rotating

Simply supported

Statically determinate

Continuous beams

Statically indeterminate

Lever Arm = L/2

P (Load)

Pδ = 2mθ

Pδ = 4mθ

θ

Rotation = 2θ

Unit Displacement = δ


Upper bound theorem

Upper Bound Theorem

  • Any arbitrary crack pattern gives a design moment less than the maximum for a given load

  • Require MAXIMUM moment from all possible crack patterns


Continuous slab

Continuous Slab

  • Yield line moment for a given load w

  • From SANS 0100 (Concrete Design Code)

md = wab/48

Md average = wab/36.5

Figure 2: Yield Line Pattern for a rectangular panel


Fan mechanism

Fan Mechanism

  • Fan Mechanism

md = P/12.56

Figure 3: Yield line pattern for the fan mechanism


Combined mechanism

Combined Mechanism

Figure 4: Yield Line Pattern for a combined mechanism panel

Figure 4: Yield Line Pattern for a combined mechanism panel


Triangular mechanism

Triangular Mechanism

  • Triangular Mechanism

  • Compare with Rectangular Mechanism

  • 1/144 : 1/48 = 66% economy

md = wc2/144

md = wab/48

Figure 5: Yield Line Pattern for a triangular mechanism


Shotcrete design schema1

Shotcrete Design Schema

TEST WORK

  • Cube Tests

  • Fibre Density

  • EFNARC Panels

  • RDP tests

  • STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

    • Loads

    • Moments

    • Shear force

    • Torsion

UNDERGROUND OBSERVATION

  • Crack formation

  • Crack monitoring

  • Crack measurement

YIELD LINE METHOD

  • Characteristic Strength

  • Allowable Moment

  • Moment CAPACITY

  • Load/moment relationship

  • Load DEMAND

  • Moment DEMAND

  • Veracity CHECK

  • Crack patterns

  • Rock Loading

SHOTCRETE DESIGN

  • Factor of Safety (Capacity/Demand)

  • Probability/Reliability (p(D – C) < 1.0)


Conclusions 1

Conclusions 1

  • Shotcrete Moment Capacity

    • Peak Moment Capacity reliably estimated for RDP Panels

      • Steel fibre in particular

    • Unreinforced panels give highly variable results

    • Moment capacity reliably increases with fibredensity/mesh area

    • Residual Moment capacities can be estimated using the same method (see following paper)

    • Actual underground capacities are variable

      • Dependant of local rock geometry and shotcrete application


Conclusions 2

Conclusions 2

  • Shotcrete Moment Demand

    • Rock load influenced by the crack pattern

      • Especially in irregular rock wall geometries

    • Select crack pattern to give lowest moment of resistance

    • Conventional Yield Line Design = 15% rule

    • Shotcrete Yield Line Design = 50% rule (suggested)

  • Yield Line methods used advantageously

    • Calculation of Shotcrete capacity (strength)

    • Calculation of Shotcretedemand (moment/load)


Thank you

Thank You

from

William and Graham


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