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Publications tagged with [cohesive soils]

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<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>Observations of the performance of many different types of retaining structures in recent earthquakes show that failures of retaining structures, including braced excavation supports and basement walls, are rare even if the structures were not designed ...
Explicit finite difference code was used to calculate the stability factors of shallow tunnels without internal support in limit state. The proposed method was formulated within the nonassociative plasticity. For the shallow tunnels in soft clay, without considering ...
Reference: Trans. Nonferrous Met. Soc. China 19(2009)
The use of geotextiles as reinforcement in soil-retaining walls may offer benefits over the use of other types of reinforcement, such as metallic strips or geogrids. These include ease of construction, expediency, and significant cost reduction. However, the ...
Reference: Geosynthetics International, April, 2007, Vol. 14, No. 2
<p>Investigation the probability of failure of a cohesive slope using simple and advanced probabilistic analysis tools. Influence of local averaging on the probability of failure is evaluated.</p>
Reference: Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Vol 130, No 3, 2004
Experimental studies on poorly draining soil-reinforcement interactions were reviewed in a companion paper by Zornberg and Mitchell in 1994, leading to the conclusion that permeable geosynthetic inclusions are useful for reinforcing marginal backfills. This ...
Reference: Geosynthetics International, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1995
The use and performance of reinforced soil structures constructed with poorly draining and or cohesive backfills is evaluated. This evaluation shows that proper design and construction can result in stable durable and economical earth structures.
Reference: Geosynthetics International, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1994
Evaluation of limit equilibrium methods and constrains in natural slope analysis. Evaluation of accuracy, quantification of pore pressure, characterization of materials