Table 3: The adverse load combinations and components.

NumberA (m)B (m)C (°C)DWater pressure component (mm)Temperature component (mm)Time effect component (mm)Frost heave component (mm)

1737.50641.020.195.340.260.611.21
2737.50642.740.235.370.140.610.22
3737.50644.460.275.401.730.610.00
4737.50646.180.315.430.990.610.00
5739.50641.020.276.150.140.570.22
6739.50642.740.316.180.260.571.21
7739.50644.460.196.050.990.570.00
8739.50646.180.236.081.730.570.00
9741.50641.020.316.971.731.130.00
10741.50642.740.276.920.991.130.00
11741.50644.460.236.860.261.131.21
12741.50646.180.196.810.141.130.22
13743.50641.020.237.670.991.130.00
14743.50642.740.197.611.731.130.00
15743.50644.460.317.740.141.130.22
16743.50646.180.277.690.261.131.21

Note. A, B, C, and D represent the upstream water level, downstream water level, temperature load, and uplift pressure reduction coefficient, respectively, which is the same as the symbols of Table 4. The values of all components are relative to the value of November 1, 2012. The initial water level is 714.46 m, the downstream water level is 642.10 m, and the initial total displacement is 12.26 mm.