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Publications tagged with [progressive failure]

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Progressive rock-fall failures in natural rock slopes are common in many environments, but often elude detailed quantitative documentation and analysis. Here we present high-resolution photography, video, and laser scanning data that document spatial and temporal ...
Filed under: Rock Mechanics -  Rock Falls
Reference: EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS Earth Surf. Process. Landforms (2011)
A review of the concept of progressive failure in the context of slope stability and an application of this concept to a spread failure in an eastern Canada clay deposit.
Reference: 4th Canadian Conference on Geohazards: From Causes to Management. Presse de l' Universite Laval, Quebec
A limit equilibrium method for progressive failure analysis of slopes is proposed based on a technique of non-vertical slices . The local factors of safety are calculated by defining variable factor of safety instead of conventional single value factor of ...
Reference: Landslides - Journal of the Japan Landslide Society Vol.39, No.2 (2002), September, pp.203-211
<p>Formulation of non vertical slices for slope stability calculation and progressive failure.</p>
Reference: Journal of the Japan Landslide Society, Vol. 39, No2
Mathematic evaluation of K-Integral of shear surface of overconsolidated clay soils in slope stability analysis.
Reference: Proceedings Royal Sociaty of London