Safety Assessment of Channel Seepage by Using Monitoring Data and Detection Information

Mengdie Zhao, Chao Zhang, Shoukai Chen, Haifeng Jiang
2022 Sustainability  
Seepage analysis has always been the focus of channel safety and stability research. Establishing a diagnosis method based on osmotic pressure monitoring data and combining the detection information to achieve osmotic safety is also an effective way to ensure the safety and stability of osmotic engineering. In this paper, a high-fill channel section of a water diversion project is taken as an example, and the study of osmotic safety is carried out by analyzing the engineering characteristics of
more » ... linear engineering. High-fill channel sections were selected to study the temporal and spatial characteristics of various monitoring data reflecting the osmotic behavior of linear engineering; that is, these data reflect the time-varying regularity characteristics of the osmotic pressure value and the changing regularity of environmental variables. A single-point multifactor model of the monitoring data was established by establishing an evaluation index system, combining the monitoring index value method and the cloud model theory method according to the distribution law of the measured data and considering the uncertainty of the osmotic pressure data. Additionally, this model was integrated with the set pair analysis method to determine the monitoring data evaluation level; channel detection data information was collected, the abnormal detection of detection information was realized, and the monitoring data results were used to verify the detection results. In this way, an adaptive evaluation method reflecting the working behavior of high-filled channel sections is established, and a diagnostic technology for the safe operation of high-filled channel sections of linear engineering is proposed. The application results show that this method is suitable for engineering an osmotic safety assessment.
doi:10.3390/su14148378 fatcat:2exqzj5o3jfyjiivqcwxvbzgmu