In seasonal frozen soil area, the engineering problems caused by the excessive moisture content of the subgrade soil are widespread. In view of this phenomenon, author proposes to employ a new type of research and development of the seepage drainage geogrid (SDG) to cool and drain the soil. Through indoor model test, after two freeze-thaw cycles, the experimental comparison of the size and laying method of various SDG was carried out. The test result shows that the model with a natural grit layer has the most drainage effect. While, the model contains two layers of interconnected grilles has the best cooling effect. The indoor model test is simulated by accurate numerical simulation. The simulation results are compared with the indoor test results. The fitting results of the two results are very high, which provides theoretical support and data guarantee for the application of seepage drainage grille to strengthen the roadbed in the cold road.
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