Research on electrical resistance tomography of Monitoring of 3D rotary jet grouting reinforcement morphology
This case utilizes electrical resistance tomography and 3D printing technology to physically simulate and experimentally monitor the three-dimensional geometric shape of rotary sprinkler irrigation piles. Firstly, a three-dimensional printing technology was used to construct a model of carbon crystal conductive reinforcement material similar to rotary jet grouting piles. Secondly, a resistance tomography system was used to reconstruct and model the solidified rotary jet grouting piles. Finally, a small reinforced sample was constructed using powder three-dimensional printing technology to study the solid geometry and mechanical properties. Through experimental research, physical experimental data on the three-dimensional reinforcement morphology and mechanical characteristics of rotary jet grouting piles under indoor working conditions were obtained. The application of electrical resistance tomography and three-dimensional printing technology in geotechnical reinforcement research was explored, providing preliminary validation data for subsequent mathematical modeling and numerical simulation analysis of three-dimensional reinforcement morphology.
Preparation of carbon fine powder mixed conductive materials
3D rotary jet grouting with solid image reconstruction
Research on small reinforcement morphology and mechanical properties of 3D powder printing