By J.Y. Wong
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Based on these observations, various semi-empirical factors (or parameters) have been introduced to the Boussinesq equation, to account for the behaviour of different types of terrain. For instance, Frohlich introduced a concentration factor υ to the Boussinesq equation. G. 6: Distribution of radial stresses under a point load in soils with different concentration factors (Reprinted by permission of ASABE from Sohne, 1958) The value of υ depends on the type of terrain and on its moisture content.
4). Such a strip load may be considered as an idealization of that applied by a tracked vehicle, with the track assumed to be equivalent to a rigid footing with uniform normal pressure. G. 7) The points in the medium that experience the same level of stress may be described in the form of a family of isostress lines (or surfaces), commonly referred to as pressure bulbs. 5. It is interesting to point out that at a depth equal to the width of the track, the vertical stress under the centre of the loading area is approximately 50% of the pressure p0 exerted on the surface by the track.
It should be pointed out that when the normal and shear stress distributions on the wheel–soil interface are specified, the performance Modelling of Terrain Behaviour 49 of the wheel, expressed in terms of motion resistance, thrust, drawbar pull and tractive efficiency, is completely defined (Wong, 1977). Thus, in the early work the role of the finite element method is restricted to predicting the stress distribution and deformation in the soil mass for given normal and shear stress distributions on the wheel–soil interface.