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1 Introduction
3 Material properties
3.1 Material properties according to EuroCode 2
3.1.1 Mix design
3.1.3 Compressive behaviour
3.2 Post cracking behaviour
4 Models of the tunnel segment
4.1 Models based on four separate thrust jacks
4.1.1 Imported ABAQUS model
4.1.2 DIANA model
4.2 Model based on two pairs of thrust jacks
5 Validation of the models
6 Modelling of SFRC in a FEM program
6.1 Discrete crack models
6.2 Implementation of the material behaviour
6.3 Smeared crack models
6.3.1 Principle of smeared cracking
6.3.2 Total Strain crack models
6.3.3 Drucker/Prager – Multi directional fixed crack
6.4 Damage models
6.4.1 Concrete Damaged Plasticity
7 Simulation of experimental tests
7.1 Four point bending test on a notched beam
7.1.1 Total strain rotating crack
7.1.2 Total strain fixed crack
7.1.4 Concrete Damaged Plasticity – ABAQUS model
7.2 Splitting test with line load
7.2.1 Total strain rotating crack
7.3 Splitting test with point load
7.4 Conclusions with respect to the material models
8 Calibration of the model
8.1 Choice of the element type
8.2 Choice of the boundary conditions
8.2.1 Support of the ring joint in z-direction
8.2.2 Support of the ring joint in lateral direction
8.2.3 Support of the lateral joint
9 Simulation of the thrust jack forces in the Barcelona line 9 metro tunnel
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The normal loading situation
9.3 Eccentricity of the thrust jack
9.4 Inclination between segment and the thrust jack
9.5 Non-smooth support of the ring joint
9.5.1 Missing support in the middle of the segment
9.5.2 Missing support on the side of the segment
10 Influence of the material properties
10.1 Different amounts of FF1 steel fibres
10.2 Ultra high performance concrete
11 Alternative thrust jack configurations
11.1 Japanese thrust jack configuration
11.2 The French thrust jack configuration
French thrust jack configuration
11.2.2 Eccentricity or inclination of the thrust jack
11.3 Conclusions with respect to the segment analyses
11.3.1 Conclusions with respect to the application of SFRC in tunnel segments
11.3.2 Conclusions with respect to the thrust jack configuration
12 General conclusions and future perspectives
12.1 Conclusions
12.2 Future perspectives
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