Goh, KH and Mair, RJ (2012) The response of buildings to movements induced by deep excavations. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 903-910..Full text not available from this repository.
Deep excavations and tunnelling can cause ground movements that affect buildings within their influence zone. The current approach for building damage assessment is based on tensile strains estimated from the deflection ratio and the horizontal strains at the building foundation. For tunnelling-induced deformations, Potts & Addenbrooke (1997) suggested a method to estimate the building response from greenfield conditions using the relative building stiffness. However, there is not much guidance for building response to excavation-induced movements. This paper presents a numerical study on the response of buildings to movements caused by deep excavations in soft clays, and proposes design guidance to estimate the deflection ratio and the horizontal strains of the building from the building stiffness. © 2012 Taylor & Francis Group.
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