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Study of Single Weak Soil Layer Effect in Slope Stability Analysis

Year: 1394
COI: ICOHACC01_294
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Jafar Hoseinpour lonbar - Master of Geotechnical Engineering Student, Faculty of Engineering, Urmia University
Masoud Amel Sakhi - Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Qom University of Technology

Abstract:

One of the most important problems in civil engineering, especially in urban areas, is slope stability analysis. The type of soil material is very important in slope stability analysis. If slopes are made from soils with desirable resistance properties, then the stability increases. In this article, the aim is to study the effect of single weak layer on safety factor of a slope stability in static and quasi-static situations also unreinforced slopes and reinforced slopes using nails. Also, the effects of the depth and thickness of the weak layer are considered. Results are obtained from GEOSLOPE software, which shows reduction in safety factor and also when single weak layer and the depth and thickness increases, safety factor decreases.

Keywords:

Slopes, static and quasi-static, nailing, GEOSLOPE software

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Hoseinpour lonbar, Jafar and Amel Sakhi, Masoud,1394,Study of Single Weak Soil Layer Effect in Slope Stability Analysis,The International Conference on Human, Architecture, Civil Engineering and City (ICOHACC 2015),Tabriz,,,https://civilica.com/doc/409774

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  • As expected, safety factor increases when the slope is reinforced, ...
  • As _ can see from figures 1, 2, 3, 4, ...
  • Comparing with other layer positions, safety factor is the smallest ...
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