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Title: Application of 2d and 3d Finite Element Modelling of Gravity Dams Under Seismic Loading
Authors: Khaled Ghaedi 
Ahad Javanmardi 
Meisam Gordan 
Hamed Khatibi 
Abdollah Mohammadi 
Issue Date: 2015
Conference: 3rd International Symposium on High-Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion, ISHOC-10; Zushi; Japan; 8 November 2010 through 11 November 2010; Code 86768 
Abstract: The Finite Element Modelling (FEM) is widely used in various type of analysis by numerous researchers and engineers worldwide. In present study, a challenge is made to consider dams under seismic loading deliberating hydrostatic effect of reservoir water using nonlinear dynamic analysis. Therefore, it tries to take deepest section of dams in 2 and 3 dimensions to show the effect of FE modelling during analysis. For this aim, Kinta Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) gravity dam in Malaysia has been selected as case study and the bidirectional Koyna earthquake accelerations, 1967 are imposed to the dam. The outcomes show that the dam response is almost similar in terms of displacement and damage analysis under seismic loading, however, the stress responses are not same for different aforementioned models.
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