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000205175 245__ $$aNumerical study on the suitability of centrifuge testing for capturing the thermal-induced mechanical behavior of energy piles
000205175 260__ $$aReston$$bAmerican Society of Civil Engineers$$c2015
000205175 269__ $$a2015
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000205175 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000205175 520__ $$aCurrently, the suitability of centrifuge testing for capturing the thermal-induced mechanical behavior of full-scale energy piles has not been established, yet, despite their increasing worldwide development. Looking at this challenge, this paper investigates through thermo-mechanical numerical analyses the capability of centrifuge tests to reproduce fundamental aspects of the response of full-scale energy piles in dry sand when subjected to thermal and mechanical loads. The analysis proves the appropriateness of centrifuge tests for the considered goal and comments on crucial points that have to be considered when modeling energy pile-related problems.
000205175 6531_ $$aenergy piles
000205175 6531_ $$anumerical analyses
000205175 6531_ $$acentrifuge tests
000205175 6531_ $$athermo-mechanical behavior
000205175 700__ $$0247851$$aRotta Loria, Alessandro F.$$g235391
000205175 700__ $$0242688$$aDi Donna, Alice$$g199806
000205175 700__ $$0240226$$aLaloui, Lyesse$$g105611
000205175 773__ $$j141$$k10$$tJournal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering
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