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Alternative TitleForce analysis of prestressed anchor-cable lattice beam
袁方1; 王全才2
Source Publication自然灾害学报
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Other AbstractThe prestressed anchor-cable and lattice beam is a kind of new composite structure widely used in slope protection in recent years. Because of its combination of the anchor-rope's pliability and lattice beam's rigidity,it achieves well supporting effect in engineering. But until now there are few studies on the mechanical analysis and reasonable format of it and are design waste in the engineering for its format design mostly by the engineering experience. The article gives the calculation formula for the node of the lattice beams, compares the quantity of reinforcement of different ones by an example and analyses the rationality of these beams. The results show that under the same condition, force in the node of single-oblique and double-oblique one is the least and that in the arched one is the most, furthermore there is torque in the arched one. So the quantity of reinforcement of single-oblique one is the least and that of arched one is much more than that of other ones
Keyword预应力锚索 格构梁 受力分析 配筋
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Corresponding Author袁方
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袁方,王全才. 预应力锚索格构梁受力分析[J]. 自然灾害学报,2011,7(3):184-190.
APA 袁方,&王全才.(2011).预应力锚索格构梁受力分析.自然灾害学报,7(3),184-190.
MLA 袁方,et al."预应力锚索格构梁受力分析".自然灾害学报 7.3(2011):184-190.
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