Shaking table model test data of bedding rock slope - loading condition

Shaking table model test data of bedding rock slope - loading condition


A total of two types of seismic waves are used as input in the test, one type is sinel wave; the other type is natural wave, and the natural wave is adopted from Wenchuan Maoxian wave. The sine wave amplitude and frequency are unique, so it can be used to study the influence of ground motion parameters on the dynamic response of slopes. By comparing the dynamic response of slopes under the action of sine waves with different frequencies and amplitudes, the influence of the input seismic wave parameters on the dynamic response of rock slopes is investigated; the natural waves are selected from the bedrock seismic waves recorded at the Maoxian station. The seismic wave input is loaded in a step-by-step manner, firstly loading the sine wave with low amplitude, and then loading the Wenchuan Maoxian wave with 0.1g increase, and after each loading, white noise is carried out to analyze the natural characteristics of the slope. After each loading was completed, 10 minutes were spent to take pictures and observe the damage of the slope.


File naming and required software

File name: The loading conditions are stored in a table format, and the name of the file is "jzgk.xlsx". Data reading: The data can be opened directly by a table tool, the first column is the number, the second column is the loading condition, the third column is the loading direction, and the fourth column is the seismic wave amplitude.


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Guo, M. (2022). Shaking table model test data of bedding rock slope - loading condition. National Tibetan Plateau Data Center, DOI: 10.11888/Terre.tpdc.272175. CSTR: 18406.11.Terre.tpdc.272175. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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