This example considers the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment on soft soil.
This example considers the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment on soft soil.
This model looks at the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment placed over a soft soil. The model is set-up as a more compotent material overlaying soft clay with varying undrained shear strength.
This model looks at the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment placed over a soft soil. The model is set-up as a more compotent material overlaying soft clay with varying undrained shear strength.
This particular model looks at the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment on soft soil.
This particular model looks at the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment on soft soil.
This particular model looks at the stability of a geosynthetic-reinforced embankment on soft soil.
This problem examines the stability of the embankment when it consists of sand or an undrained clay fill. The objective of this example is to compute the required reinforcement force to yield a factor of safety of 1.35. In each case presented, the embankment was first modeled without reinforcement and the critical slip surfaces determined.
This problem examines the stability of the embankment when it consists of sand or an undrained clay fill. The objective of this example is to compute the required reinforcement force to yield a factor of safety of 1.35. In each case presented, the embankment was first modeled without reinforcement and the critical slip surfaces determined.
This problem examines the stability of the embankment when it consists of sand or an undrained clay fill. The objective of this example is to compute the required reinforcement force to yield a factor of safety of 1.35. In each case presented, the embankment was first modeled without reinforcement and the critical slip surfaces determined.
This problem examines the stability of the embankment when it consists of sand or an undrained clay fill. The objective of this example is to compute the required reinforcement force to yield a factor of safety of 1.35. In each case presented, the embankment was first modeled without reinforcement and the critical slip surfaces determined.
This particular analysis involves a planar failure through a soil nailed wall.The factor of safety is calculated for the undrained, homogeneous slope. In this case, the slope is reinforced by two rows of nails.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees. This example considers the angle of 50 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees. This example considers the angle of 55 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees. This example considers the angle of 60 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees. This example considers the angle of 65 degrees.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the factor of safety for six different plane angles ranging from 45 to 70 degrees. This example considers the angle of 70 degrees.
This model has two materials and is a slope reinforced with a soldier pile tieback wall. Also, it has two different types of reinforcements. The purpose of this model is to determine the factor of safety for a given slip surface.
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