REDUCTION OF VIBRATIONS PRODUCED BY METRO TRAIN TRAFFIC
Yuldashev Sharafitdin Sayfitdinovich
doctor of technical sciences, professor of the department “Resistance of materials and mechanics” at the Namangan Engineering Construction Institute
Karabaeva Munira Usmanovna
doctor of philosophy in technical sciences, senior lecturer of the department “Resistance of materials and mechanics” at the Namangan Engineering Construction Institute
Vakhobov Boburkhan Jorakhon ugli
trainee teacher of the department “Resistance of Materials and Mechanics” at the Namangan Engineering Construction Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABSTRACT: The trench can act as a ground vibration barrier and is a potential mitigation measure for low frequency vibration caused by subway train traffic. The study addresses more practical aspects in which the sidewalls of the trench are at an angle to a vertical line. The study uses a finite element model. The results show that in all the conditions considered, open trenches located at an angle on both sides protrude in the best way.
KEY WORDS: Vibrations, soil, subway, frequency, elasticity theory, trench, amplitude.