volume 13, issue 3, P201-215 1976
DOI: 10.1139/t76-024
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Abstract: Earth slopes are generally designed in an environment characterized by numerous uncertainties, stemming from limited sampling efforts on soil strata with variable soil properties, amplified further by the discrepancy between in situ and laboratory measured soil strengths. Additional uncertainties are also introduced from various simplifying assumptions and idealizations that are necessary for a practical mathematical analysis of stability.The uncertainties involved in the short-term stability of soil slopes h…

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