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Publications tagged with [stability analysis]

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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
How the global worming environment has affected the stability of natural slopes.
Reference: 4th Canadian Conference on Geohazards: From Causes to Management. Presse de l' Universite Laval, Quebec
In this publication is discussed the application of blasting technology to the creation of excavations in rock and the influence of the excavation techniques upon the stability of the remaining rock.
Reference: Practical Rock Engineering e-notes 2007
<p>This white paper is intended to be a "living document" that presents the "state of the practice" for determining fill strength parameters for earthfill embankment dams and the static analysis of embankment dams.</p>
Reference: USSD Committee on Materials for Embankment Dams, 2007
The generation of excess pore pressure and possible liquefaction can be explained by different mechanisms. In literature, less attention is given to the effects of landslide geometry and kinematic deformation on the generation of excess pore pressure and possible ...
Reference: Engineering Geology 88 (2006) 59-69
The assessment of the stability of coal ribs needs to consider not only the impact of the cleating and jointing in the coal but also the possible onset of failure of the coal itself. The same planar, wedge and toppling failure modes seen in pitwall slopes ...
Reference: Coal 2006: Coal Operators' Conference, University of Wollongong & the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 2006, 44-51
<p>This manual is intended to enable the reader to have the necessary special equipment made, and to perform and evaluate all three versions of the wedge shear test. A diskette containing the relevant computer programs and typical input data is to be found ...
<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
The primary objectives of this paper are to describe the details of a reliability analysis procedure for the geotechnical design of anchored and cantilevered flexible retaining structures using the 2002 AASHTO Bridge Design Specifications and to apply the ...
Reference: LSD2003: International Workshop on Limit State Design in Geotechnical Engineering Practice, Phoon, Honjo & Gilbert (eds) © 2003 World Scientific Publishing Company
The design for a major cable-stayed bridge to be constructed in seismically-active Charleston, South Carolina, included rock islands around the main span piers as protection from shipimpact. Considering the seismic potential, a primary concern was the potential ...
Reference: European Conference of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic.