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<p>In recent times the natural hazards in India &amp; all around the world are increasing day by day. Many of the hazards are happening due do man made activities. One such example of man -made hazard is landslide. One such landslide which came under news ...
Reference: Global Journal Of Engineering Science And Researches 2016
<p>Since the 1930s, the limit equilibrium (LE) approach has been used to analyse slopes. This approach makes use of a number of differing analysis methods depending on the type of problem (circular vs non-circular) to be solved and the required accuracy of ...
Reference: GROUND ENGINEERING May 2014
 
<p>This guidance document is intended to be used by VTrans Geotechnical Engineering staff. The secondary audience is the Consultant community who provide geotechnical engineering services to VTrans and whose services are reviewed by the Geotechnical Engineering ...
Reference: VTrans GEI 14 - 01
<p>Slope is an exposed ground surface that stands at an angle with the horizontal. Slopes are required in the construction of highway and railway embankments, earth dams, levees, canals etc., and are generally less expensive. Failure of natural slopes and ...
Reference: 201 4 International Conference on Geological and Civil Engineering IPCBEE vol. 62 ( 2014) © (2014 ) IACSIT Press, Singapore
<p>The analysis and design of failing slopes and highway embankments requires an in-depth understanding of the failure mechanism in order to choose the right slope stability analysis method. In the present work, the concept and theory involved in different ...
Reference: International Journal of Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering, ISSN: 2231 –5721, Volume-2, Issue-1, 2013
Conventional slope stability analysis uses various Limit Equilibrium (LE) methods to determine the minimum factor of safety and its associated critical failure mechanism. These methods frequently assume that collapse will follow a particular assumed geometry, ...
Reference: Geo-Congress 2013, Stability and Performance of Slopes and Embankments III, San Diego California
<p>Rainfall-induced landslides in steep soil slopes of volcanic origin are a major threat to human lives and infrastructure. In the context of constructing early warning systems in regions where extensive data on landslide occurrences and associated rainfall ...
Reference: Computers and Geotechnics 49 (2013) 79–89
<p>Soil nailing is an economic and efficient method to reinforce soils, involving the insertion of threaded bars into natural unstable slope for increasing the overall stability or into cut slopes during the top-down process of excavation. The retained soil, ...
Reference: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Paris 2013
Surficial slope failures are generally induced by the collection of precipitation in the cracks formed during dry summers. In the present research, an earthen dam in North Texas subjected to past failures due to surficial slope failures was selected. Soil ...
Reference: Geo-Congress 2013, Performance of Slopes and Embankments III, San Diego, California
<p>A comprehensive literature review was conducted to examine the current state of knowledge regarding passive piles which specifically focused on the recently adopted design methods for landslide prevention. Of all the publications compiled and reviewed for ...
Reference: International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology