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The ultimate pullout capacity of anchors in frictional soils
During the last 30 years various researchers have proposed approximate techniques to estimate the uplift capacity of soil anchors. As the majority of past research has been experimentally based, muchExpand
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Stability of plate anchors in undrained clay
Soil anchors are commonly used as foundation systems for structures requiring uplift resistance, such as transmission towers, or for structures requiring lateral resistance, such as sheet pile walls.Expand
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Three-dimensional lower-bound solutions for the stability of plate anchors in sand
Soil anchors are commonly used as foundation systems for structures that require uplift or lateral resistance. These types of structure include transmission towers, sheet pile walls and buriedExpand
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Three-Dimensional Lower Bound Solutions for Stability of Plate Anchors in Clay
Soil anchors are commonly used as foundation systems for structures that require uplift or lateral resistance. These types of structures include transmission towers, sheet pile walls, and buriedExpand
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Rigorous plasticity solutions for the bearing capacity of two-layered clays
This paper applies numerical limit analysis to evaluate the undrained bearing capacity of a rigid surface footing resting on a two-layer clay deposit. Rigorous bounds on the ultimate bearing capacityExpand
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Stability charts for rock slopes based on the Hoek-Brown failure criterion
Abstract This paper uses numerical limit analysis to produce stability charts for rock slopes. These charts have been produced using the most recent version of the Hoek–Brown failure criterion. TheExpand
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Ultimate Uplift Capacity of Multiplate Helical Type Anchors in Clay
In recent years, the use of helical anchors has expanded beyond their traditional use in the electrical power industry. The advantages of rapid installation and immediate loading capability haveExpand
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Seismic rock slope stability charts based on limit analysis methods
Abstract Earthquake effects are commonly considered in the stability analysis of rock slopes and other earth structures. The standard approach is often based on the conventional limit equilibriumExpand
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Limit analysis solutions for three dimensional undrained slopes
Abstract This paper uses numerical finite element upper and lower bound limit analysis to produce stability charts for three dimensional (3D) homogeneous and inhomogeneous undrained slopes. AlthoughExpand
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Effect of Surface Heave on Response of Partially Embedded Pipelines on Clay
The as-laid embedment of an on-bottom pipeline strongly influences the resulting thermal insulation, and the resistance to subsequent axial and lateral movement of the pipeline. Reliable assessmentExpand
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