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DC-Software - Stabilisation Columns For Slope Stability Analysis
 

May 15, 2018

From version 8.2, DC-Slope supports stabilisation columns following the approach by Goemmel and Neidhart for the verification of slope stability.

Different failure mechanisms are considered and the minimum resistance for the verification of slope stability acc. to Krey-Bishop or acc. to Janbu is applied.

An optimisation function supports the determination of the required distance of the stabilisation columns for fulfilling the verification.

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  • Approach of StS acc. to Goemmel and Neidhart
  • Definition of non-reinforced stabilisation columns in resp. below the slope
  • Consideration of different failure mechanisms like bending, flowing around and skewing
  • Application of the normal force in the column, by input or determined automatically
  • Determination of the moment capacity and the shear force
  • Application of the tangential total resistance as a resisting moment at the slip circle acc. to Krey-Bishop or as a shear force in the slip joint acc. to Janbu
  • Optimisation function for the column distance fulfilling the verification Ed <= Rd

    Definition of non-reinforced stabilisation columns  

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§  Approach of StS acc. to Goemmel and Neidhart

§  Definition of non-reinforced stabilisation columns in resp. below the slope

§  Consideration of different failure mechanisms like bending, flowing around and skewing

§  Application of the normal force in the column, by input or determined automatically

§  Determination of the moment capacity and the shear force

 

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