volume 12, issue 1, P152-156 1975
DOI: 10.1139/t75-015
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Abstract: = cohesion strength when the major principal stress at failure is inclined at angle i to the vertical (Fig. lb) = principal cohesion strengths in the horizontal and vertical directions respectively (Fig. 1 b) = vertical height of an embankment = critical height of an embankment = length AA' in Fig. l a = angle of rotation of major principal stress from vertical, measured clockwise (Fig. Ib) = angle between failure plane and the plane normal to the direction of the major principle stress which inclines at angl…

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