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3D FEM soil-structure interaction analysis for Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant considering soil separation and sliding

3次元FEMモデルによる建屋-地盤境界部の剥離・滑りを考慮した柏崎刈羽原子力発電所のシミュレーション解析

市原 義孝*; 中村 尚弘*; 森谷 寛*; 崔 炳賢 ; 西田 明美 

Ichihara, Yoshitaka*; Nakamura, Naohiro*; Moritani, Hiroshi*; Choi, B.; Nishida, Akemi

本論文は、原子炉建屋/機器・設備の現実的応答評価の精度向上を目的に、建屋-地盤境界部の剥離・滑りを考慮した3次元FEMモデルにより2007年新潟県中越沖地震時の柏崎刈羽原子力発電所7号機原子炉建屋のシミュレーション解析を実施し、得られた知見をまとめたものである。3次元FEMモデルによる建屋-地盤連成系のシミュレーション解析から、基礎版端部で基礎浮き上がりが生じ、その影響が建屋側面及び底面の土圧性状、埋め込み部表層の最大応答加速度に局部的な応答の差異となって現れることを明らかにした。今回の検討においては、基礎浮き上がりと剥離・滑りが埋め込み部表層の最大応答加速度、建屋側面及び底面の土圧性状に与える影響は比較的小さかったものの、今後、さらに大きな地震動を想定する場合には、これらの影響が増大する可能性が考えられるため、地震応答解析においてはこれら影響の適切な評価が必要になると考えられる。

The objective of this study is the improvement of response evaluations of structures, facilities and equipment in evaluation of three-dimensional seismic behavior of nuclear power plant facilities, by three-dimensional finite element method model, including separation and sliding between the soil and the basement walls. To achieve this, simulation analyses of Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power plant unit 7 reactor building under the 2007 Niigataken-chuetsu-oki earthquake event were carried out. These simulation analyses consider soil-structure interaction using a three-dimensional finite element method model in which the soil and building are three-dimensionally modeled by the finite element method. It is found that basemat uplift is generated on east side of the basemat edge, and this has an important influence on the results. The importance is evidenced by the difference of local response in soil pressure characteristics beneath the edge of basemat, the soil pressure characteristics along the east side of basement wall and the maximum acceleration response at the west end of the embedded surface. Although, in this particular study, basemat uplift, separation and sliding have only a relatively small influence on the maximum acceleration response of embedded surface and the soil pressure characteristics along the basement walls and beneath the basemat, under strong earthquake motion, these influences can be significant, therefore appropriate evaluation of this effect should be considered.

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