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Damage Evaluation of Flexible Concrete Mattress Considering Steel Reinforcement Modeling and Collision Angle of Anchor
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 Title & Authors
Damage Evaluation of Flexible Concrete Mattress Considering Steel Reinforcement Modeling and Collision Angle of Anchor
Ryu, Yeon-Sun; Cho, Hyun-Man; Kim, Seo-Hyun;
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 Abstract
A flexible concrete mattress (FCM) is a structural system for protecting submarine power or communication cables under various load types. To evaluate its of protection performance, a numerical analysis of an FCM under an anchor collision was performed. The explicit dynamics of the finite element analysis program ANSYS were used for the collision analysis. The influences of the steel reinforcement modeling and collision angle of the anchor on the collision behavior of the FCM were estimated. The FCM damage was evaluated based on the results of the numerical analysis considering the numerical modeling and collision environment.
 Keywords
Damage evaluation;Collision analysis;Flexible concrete mattress;Steel reinforcement;Collision angle;Submarine cable protector;
 Language
Korean
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