Research on calculating the effects of earthquakes on the lining tunnel in Hanoi metro system

  • Organ:
    Faculty of Civil Engineering, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam
  • Keywords: Earthquake,Effect,Hanoi,Metro tunnel.
  • Received: 18th-Jan-2021
  • Accepted: 9th-Mar-2021
  • Available online: 30th-Apr-2021
Pages: 35 - 46
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Abstract:

At present, systems of infrastructure are built and developed very strongly in Hanoi. The metro tunnel system is also being designed and built in Hanoi to meet the requirements of economic and social development. The paper uses analytical methods (the Wang's method, Penzien’s method), hyperstatic reaction method and a numerical analysis method by Abaqus software to evaluate the effect of the strongest earthquake that could occur in to the lining tunnel in Hanoi metro system. Based on results obtained from assessing the effect of earthquakes to the lining tunnel in Hanoi metro system, this paper has compared and commented to these results for the purpose of finding the most accurate results about the impact of earthquakes on the lining tunnel in Hanoi metro system. These results and comments will be used in the design and construction tunnel in the Hanoi metro system under the impact of the earthquakes that could occur in Hanoi.

How to Cite
Nguyen, T.Chi, Do, A.Ngoc and Pham, V.Van 2021. Research on calculating the effects of earthquakes on the lining tunnel in Hanoi metro system (in Vietnames). Journal of Mining and Earth Sciences. 62, 2 (Apr, 2021), 35-46. DOI:https://doi.org/10.46326/JMES.2021.62(2).04.
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