184.108.40.206. QzSimple1 Material¶
- uniaxialMaterial('QzSimple1', matTag, qzType, qult, Z50, suction=0.0, c=0.0)
This command is used to construct a QzSimple1 uniaxial material object.
integer tag identifying material
qzType = 1 Backbone of q-z curve approximates Reese and O’Neill’s (1987) relation for drilled shafts in clay.
qzType = 2 Backbone of q-z curve approximates Vijayvergiya’s (1977) relation for piles in sand.
Ultimate capacity of the q-z material. SEE NOTE 1.
Displacement at which 50% of qult is mobilized in monotonic loading. SEE NOTE 2.
Uplift resistance is equal to suction*qult. Default = 0.0. The value of suction must be 0.0 to 0.1.
The viscous damping term (dashpot) on the far-field (elastic) component of the displacement rate (velocity). Default = 0.0. Nonzero c values are used to represent radiation damping effects.*
qult: Ultimate capacity of the q-z material. Note that
qultare stresses [force per unit area of pile tip] in common design equations, but are both loads for this uniaxialMaterial [i.e., stress times tip area].
cvalues are used to represent radiation damping effects
Z50: Displacement at which 50% of qult is mobilized in monotonic loading. Note that Vijayvergiya’s relation (
qzType=2) refers to a “critical” displacement (
zcrit) at which qult is fully mobilized, and that the corresponding
z50would be 0.
cmust either both be omitted or both provided.