## Earth structures
This model consists of a layered slope with pore-water.
A single homogeneous earth slope is subjected to seismic loading. Both circular and non-circular slip surfaces are considered in this analysis and all slip surfaces must pass through the top of the slope.
In this example, the slope is comprised of three layers. It represents a comparison study of various slope stability methods, strictly based on the example on "Comparison of Slope Stability methods of analysis" by Fredlund and Krahn.
This model studies the effect of a block failure on a generic heap design with APEM probability method, and a horizontal seismic load coefficient of 0.09.
This model is an example of a conceptual heap design evaluating a circular slip surface with APEM probability method, and a horizontal seismic load coefficient of 0.09.
This model examines the This model examines the deterministic analysis of a generic heap leach pad with a horizontal seismic load coefficient of 0.09.
This model examines the application of the Monte Carlo analysis to a block failure of a generic heap leach scenario with pseudo-static loading and a horizontal seismic load coefficient of 0.09.
This model is an example of Monte Carlo analysis evaluating a circular slip surface with pseudo-static loading and a horizontal seismic load coefficient of 0.09.
This model is based on Hungr (1989), which is again based on Leshchinski (1985).
This model uses a 3D wedge sliding surface on Kettleman Hills Landfill. The Wedge is defined by discontinuity material.
This model presents multiple piezometric surfaces, each layer associated with a different piezometric surface.
This model uses the multi-planar moving wedge sliding surface. It represents a waste pile failure controlled by a weak interface between the waste material and its foundation. The weak surface is defined by discontinuity material. All other three wedge planes forming the sliding surface have the properties of the waste material.
This model uses the multi-planar wedge planar sliding surface. It represents a waste pile failure controlled by a weak interface between the waste material and its foundation. The weak surface is defined by discontinuity material. All other three wedge planes forming the sliding surface have the properties of the waste material.
This example is used to verify the SVSLOPE-SAFE for a simple homogeneous 2:1 slope with a groundwater table passing through the toe of the slope. The soil is assumed to behave as a linear elastic material.
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
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