soil shear strength


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soil shear strength

The maximum resistance of a soil to shearing stresses.
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Furthermore, the geometry of the subsoiler and the parameters of the soil shear strength affect the shape of the failure plane that develops (Chi and Kushwaha 1990).
Shear strength reduction technique was proposed by Bishop [22], whose core content is the reduction of soil shear strength parameters until the soil fails.
Due to the fact that the reverse fault mechanism is thrusting; the soil shear strength under reverse fault is more than the one under normal fault (Figure 14).
The stability of structures built on liquefied soil depends on the postliquefaction effects of the soil shear strength.
Between pulp and liquid water content, the soil shear strength is low, this parameter Kasagrandeh methods, is measured according to ASTM-D 4318 standard [8].
During the determination of soil shear strength in direct shear tests soil shearing area and position is well known due to the apparatus construction (see Fig.
purchase of equipment to verify new methods of natural body repairs and equipment for measuring soil shear strength situ - 1 file;
0 cm (measured at one day prior to irrigation), shoot and root dry weight, and soil shear strength.
Since the rate of earthquake loading is faster than the flow of water in the soil, the cyclic loading can increase the pore water pressure and consequently decrease the soil shear strength.
Resistance to soil cut and scrub at the slice bottom may be evaluated multiplying soil shear strength [[sigma].
According to Rivers, routine slope maintenance activities should prevent conditions that promote erosion, deteriorate soil shear strength, or induce adverse loading.