Inertial effects on finite length pipe seismic response

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A seismic analysis for soil-pipe interaction which accounts for length and constraining conditions at the ends of a continuous pipe is developed. The Winkler model is used to schematize the soil-structure interaction. The approach is focused on axial strains, since bending strains in a buried pipe due to the wave propagation are typically a second-order effect. Unlike many works, the inertial terms are considered in solving equations. Accurate numerical simulations are carried out to show the influence of pipe length and constraint conditions on the pipe seismic strain. The obtained results are compared with results inferred from other models present in the literature. For free-end pipelines, inertial effects have significant influence only for short length. On the contrary, their influence is always important for pinned pipes. Numerical simulations show that a simple rigid model can be used for free-end pipes, whereas pinned pipes need more accurate models. © 2012 Virginia Corrado et al.

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Corrado, V., D’Acunto, B., Fontana, N., & Giugni, M. (2012). Inertial effects on finite length pipe seismic response. Mathematical Problems in Engineering. https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/824578

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