Experimental investigations of shear pin arrangement on soil slope resting on low interface friction plane

@inproceedings{Ouch2016ExperimentalIO,
  title={Experimental investigations of shear pin arrangement on soil slope resting on low interface friction plane},
  author={Rithy Ouch and Boonchai Ukritchon and Thirapong Pipatpongsa and Mohammad Karimi Yazdi Hossein and Khosravi},
  year={2016}
}
Slope failure along the bedding plane is a critical issue that existed in the past and will still continue to exist in the future. This problem causes socio-economic losses. This paper presents laboratory investigations of the effects of the shear pin arrangement on the stability of soil slope resting on a low interface friction plane. The effects of the slope width and thickness, the number of shear pins, the location of the shear pins and the mode of the shear pin arrangement were studied in… CONTINUE READING

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