Mechanics Mechanism Analysis of Concrete Pavement Resonant Rubblization

Peng Chen; Xin Qiu; Qing Zhu; Chanchan Ouyang
January 2016
Key Engineering Materials;2016, Vol. 667, p365
Academic Journal
Based on the assumption of thin plate of elastic foundation and vibration theory, a method for calculating the fundamental natural frequency of cement slab is presented and the certain relationship between the fundamental natural frequency of cement slab and cement slab boundary condition is discussed. As well, according to the analysis results of fundamental natural frequencies of the typical cement pavements of China, the selected proposals of the excitation frequency of the resonant rubblization machine are presented. The research results provide a theory support to popularize resonant rubblization technology in overlaying and rebuilding engineering of the existed cement pavements in China.


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