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Equipo de investigación busca empresas e industrias para solucionar la tensión dinámica de sistemas de retención rígidos de base fija

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOGR20161025001
Publicado:
24/11/2016
Caducidad:
24/11/2017
Resumen:
Un equipo de investigación de una universidad griega ofrece una solución analítica para evaluar la tensión dinámica de paredes rígidas de base fija que interactúan entre sí en caso de carga armónica. El objetivo de la tecnología es evaluar las principales hipótesis y limitaciones de los métodos disponibles basados en elasticidad. El equipo de investigación busca empresas interesadas en mejorar sus productos mediante acuerdos de investigación, así como socios que quieran probar e implementar este método en condiciones industriales a través de acuerdos de fabricación o cooperación técnica.

Details

Tittle:
Research team is looking to collaborate with companies and industries on the operation of dynamic distress of rigid fixed-base retaining systems.
Summary:
A Greek University´s research team is active in the development of dynamic distress of rigid fixed-base retaining systems. The team seeks for a wide range of companies interested in improving their products through research cooperation agreement and industrial partners that are interested in implementing the method through manufacturing and/or technical cooperation agreement. The technology aims to evaluate the main assumptions and limitations of the pertinent available elasticity-based methods.
Description:
The analytical closed-form solution for the dynamic distress of rigid fixed-base retaining systems aiming at evaluating the main assumptions and limitations of the pertinent available elasticity-based methods.

The Greek research team is working on a new solution which is actually an extension of the well-known model of Wood and is capable of evaluating the dynamic distress of either a single or a pair of rigid fixed-base walls interacting with each other, in the case of harmonic base loading. Wall distress is mainly evaluated in terms of dynamic earth pressures, shear forces and bending moments, while the original concept of a ´´distress spectrum´´ is introduced as a potential new tool for the seismic design of retaining structures.

More specifically, at a first glance, the retaining system under consideration seems to be of little applicability in geotechnical engineering practice. Special cases are the cut-off walls being used for the isolation of waste or contaminated soil materials, or the retaining systems for the storage of mining materials.
The evaluation of such a problem as well as the representation of a fundamental structure-soil-structure interaction issue in the special case that the two walls are far enough is included in the advantages of the method.

In this framework, the research team is looking for manufacturing, technical or research cooperations with firms that are interested in improving their existing products or industrial partners to test and implement the method in industrial conditions.
Advantages and Innovations:
The operation of dynamic distress of rigid fixed-base retaining systems offers an evaluation of a dynamic distress of either a single or a pair of rigid fixed-base walls interacting with each other. Also, it represents a fundamental structure-soil-structure interaction problem where a dynamic interaction between the walls doesn´t exist, in the special case that the two walls are far enough. Finally, it is an extension of a well-known method.
Stage of Development:
Prototype available for demonstration
IPs:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
Type of partnerships considered:

- Manufacturing and technical cooperation agreement with companies that are interested in improving their collaborations

- Research cooperation agreement with industrial partners that are interested in implementing the method. Specifically, the last group includes industries that have to do with retaining systems.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
Greek

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
02007002 Building materials
02006006 Construction engineering (design, simulation)
02006005 Construction maintenance and monitoring methods & equipment
02006002 Construction methods and equipment
02006001 Materials, components and systems for construction