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DETERMINATION OF NONCIRCULAR SLIP SURFACE GIVING THE MINIMUM FACTOR OF SAFETY IN SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS
This paper proposes a numerical procedure to determine the location of the critical noncircular slip surface giving the minimum factor of safety. The slope subjected to analysis is divided intoExpand
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Stability analysis of slopes with ground water during earthquakes
Abstract Heavy seismic damage tends to occur in embankments when ground water is present. This paper proposes and applies a numerical procedure to evaluate slope stability during seismic loading.Expand
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Influence of Strength Anisotropy on the Search for Critical Noncircular Slip Surface
ABSTRACT A numerical procedure to determine the location of the critical noncircular slip surface giving the minimum factor of safety is presented taking into account the effect of strengthExpand
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Estimation of soil parameters based on monitored movement of subsoil under consolidation
This paper presents a numerical procedure in which the soil parameters affecting the two dimensional consolidation are back-calculated from the data monitored in the field. By using a combination ofExpand
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Dynamic and Static Combination Analysis Method of Slope Stability Analysis during Earthquake
The results of laboratory model tests for simulating the slope failure due to vibration, including unreinforced slope and the slope reinforced by using geotextile, show that the slope failure occursExpand
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Analysis of Long-Term Deformation of Reinforced Retaining Wall Using Optical Fiber Sensor Geotextile
Geotextile have been widely used in the reinforced retaining wall, but it is not easy to measure the deformation of the wall during and after construction. To assess the deformation stability of theExpand
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Numerical and experimental analyses for bearing capacity of rigid strip footing subjected to eccentric load
A footing may get an eccentric load caused by earthquake or wind, thus the bearing capacity of footing subjected to eccentric load become a fundamental geotechnical problem. The conventional limitExpand
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A LOWER-BOUND APPROACH TO ACTIVE AND PASSIVE EARTH PRESSURE PROBLEMS
ABSTRACT Active and passive earth pressures acting on retaining walls are known to be a complicated function of many factors, for instance, the cohesion and friction angle of backfill material, wallExpand
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