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    An Approach for Quantifying the Influence of Seepage Dissolution on Seismic Performance of Concrete Dams

    Shaowei Wang1,2, Cong Xu1, Hao Gu3,*, Pinghua Zhu1, Hui Liu1, Bo Xu4

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.131, No.1, pp. 97-117, 2022, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2022.018721

    Abstract Many concrete dams seriously suffer from long-term seepage dissolution, and the induced mechanical property deterioration of concrete may significantly affect the structural performance, especially the seismic safety. An approach is presented in this paper to quantify the influence of seepage dissolution on seismic performance of concrete dams. To connect laboratory test with numerical simulation, dissolution tests are conducted for concrete specimens and using the cumulative relative leached calcium as an aging index, a deterioration model is established to predict the mechanical property of leached concrete in the first step. A coupled seepage-calcium dissolution-migration model containing two calculation modes is proposed… More >

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