Safarov, I. I., Kulmuratov, N. R., Nuriddinov, B. Z., & Esanov, N.
On the action of mobile loads on an uninterrupted cylindrical tunnel. 

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Scientific Object Identifier: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS048457
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2020.04.84.57
Language: English
Citation: Safarov, I. I., Kulmuratov, N. R., Nuriddinov, B. Z., & Esanov, N. (2020). On the action of mobile loads on an uninterrupted cylindrical tunnel. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 04 (84), 328335. Soi: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS048457 Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2020.04.84.57 
Pages: 328335
Published: 30.04.2020
Abstract: He article gives the basics of the calculation technique for the action of mobile loads of long underground transport structures such as tunnels and pipelines taking into account the influence of the earth's surface. On elastic models, the dynamic behavior of unreinforced and reinforced structures at different depths of bedding is considered, as well as the effect of the type and parameters of the running load on the stressstrain state of the rock massif. The speed of the movement of the cargo is considered subsonic, which corresponds to the modern speeds of transport in the investigated underground objects. To describe the motion of a halfspace and thickwalled shells, dynamic equations of the theory of elasticity in displacement potentials are used, and for thinwalled shells the classical equations of the theory of thin shells are used. Equations are written in a moving coordinate system associated with the load. A closed system of differential equations is constructed. The system of differential equations is solved by the method of separated variables, integral Fourier transforms, the Romberg, Muller and Gauss method. From the analysis of the obtained numerical results it follows that in these cases the reinforcement of the tunnel leads to a decrease in the dynamic effect of the moving loads on the earth's surface. The Earth's surface has an uneven effect on the stressstrain state of the rock massif under the action of moving loads. For a load with a shorter period, this effect is almost not noticeable, and becomes noticeable for very small periods.
Key words: thickwalled shell, stationary load, cavity, mobile coordinate system, Lame potentials, Muller and Gauss method.
