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Stability of slopes in clay-shales

James V. Parcher

Stability of slopes in clay-shales

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Published in Stillwater, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slopes (Soil mechanics),
  • Clay.,
  • Shale.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James V. Parcher. Prepared for School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering.
    SeriesOklahoma State University. School of Civil Engineering. Technical publication ;, no. 15
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA7 .047 no. 14
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 l.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5020849M
    LC Control Number76632607

    Bjerrum, L. () Progressive failure in slopes of overconsoildated plastic clay and clay shales, Journal of Soil Mechanics Foundations Division, vol, pp. Botts, M.E. () Effects of slaking on the strength of clay shales: Acritical state approach. The Geotechnics of Hard Soils-Soft . Full text of "Slope Stability Analysis Considering Tiebacks and Other Concentrated Loads: Informational Report" See other formats. This engineer manual (EM) provides guidance for analyzing the static stability of slopes of earth and rock-fill dams, slopes of “Stability of Excavated and Natural Slopes in Soils and Clay Shales,” U.S. Army Engineer Waterways A Halstead Press Book, John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. Budhu Budhu, M. Soil Mechanics and 5/5(1).


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Methods for analysis of slope stability are described and. This paper presents a review of long-term stability of stiff clay and clay shale slopes, and detailed reanalyses of 99 case histories of slope failures in 36 soft clays to stiff clays and clay shales.

THE DETERMINATION OF SHEAR STRENGTH PARAMETERS FOR SHEARED CLAY SHALES A. CANCELLI Dept, of Structural Engineering, Politecnico, Milan, on leave for Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Milan, Italy SYNOPSIS The determination of design parameters for structurally complex formations is con cincinnatiblackhistory.com: A.

Cancelli. May 04,  · This section presents methods of analyzing stability of natural slopes and safety of embankments. Diagrams are included for stability analysis, and procedures for slope stabilization are discussed.

Overstressing of a slope or reduction in shear strength of the soil may cause rapid or progressive displacements. Stability analysis of a rock slope requires assessment of shear strength parameters, that is, cohesion (c) and angle of internal friction of the rock mass. Dilatancy in a rock mass is unconstrained near slopes as normal stress on joints is small due to weight of the wedge.

A study of slope stability and the undrained shear strength of clay shales, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. Wu T.

(), Reliability analysis of slopes, Reliability based design in geotechnical engineering: Computations and Applications, Eds Phoon K.K., London, Taylor and Francis, Wu Q.

A one-stop source to the understanding and application of slope stability analyses for construction and remediation projects. Contains general background information, suitable techniques of analysis with and without the use of computers and examples of Stability of slopes in clay-shales book stability problems and stabilization methods for.

The University of Texas Department of Civil Engineering Professor Stephen G. Wright Slope Stability References Alonso, E. E., "Risk Analysis of Slopes and Its Application to Slopes in Canadian Sensitive Clays," Geotechnique, Great Britain, Vol.

26, No. 3, Sept.,pp. 1INTRODUCTION In overconsolidated clays or even clay shales and very weak rocks, factors as time-depended softening, weathering and strain-depended weakening influence the long term stability of slopes and contribute to delayed failures.

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Jan 01,  · Soil deterioration is one of the main causes of slope failure in hard clays and clay shales, but so far a clear general framework of the causes of deterioration is still missing. Based on laboratory data, field observations and speculation, this paper examines some processes of deterioration of stiff overconsolidated clays and clay shales with particular regard to their Stability of slopes in clay-shales book on the Cited by: Aug 26,  · Active landslides in clay shales are widespread in Mediterranean countries.

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and Yudhbir () The stability of slopes in the Siwalik rocks in India, in Proceedings of the First La Gatta, D.P. () Residual strength of clays and clay-shales by rotation shear test.

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Topics covered include the mechanical and physical response of rocks, rock masses and soils to changes. Summary Over the last 30 years, laboratory testing has been conducted to investigate the geotechnical properties of Clearwater clay shales from the Clearwater formation in northeast Alberta, Canada.

These properties are important for characterizatio. Jan 31,  · The geogrids are widely used as reinforcements in slopes, walls, roads, and foundations where they are subjected to constant stress throughout their service life (Koerner, ). The geogrids are designed to be used in geotechnical structures where soil particles need support from a.

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Residual Shear Strength Mobilized in First-Time Slope Failures Permissions; Share. Abstract. This paper presents a review of long-term stability of stiff clay and clay shale slopes, and detailed reanalyses of 99 case histories of slope failures in 36 soft clays to stiff clays and clay shales.

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Kaczmarek, Paweł Popielski. Figure 5 – Plasticity data for residual soils and landslides developed on the Rincon Shale plotted in red on a chart comparing PI with residual angle of internal friction, Ør, taken from Holtz and Kovacs ().In this plot the median values range between Ør = 26 and 31 degrees, which appear somewhat higher than might explain the observed sliding on this site.

Jan 09,  · Slope stability usacoe MS. EM EM “Stability of Excavated and Natural Slopes in Soils and Clay Shales,” U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. EM EM Manual of Soil Laboratory Testing. Volume 3 – Effective Stress Tests, A Halstead Press Book, John Wiley and.

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The American Geological Institute, for example, has expanded the term to mean 'the application of the geological sciences to. May 06,  · the Hope landslide and their effects on slope stability at the site”. Canadian One of the problems with clay shales is that they often have bentonitic seams.

s in the Devon Area in Alberta for a 20 m deep approach cut for a highway bridge,we debated about cutting back the slopes at 6H to 1V and finally decided to leave it at.

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Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MI. The stability of high rock slopes is largely controlled by the location and orientation of geological features, such as faults, folds, joints, and bedding planes, which can induce structurally controlled slope instability.

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