volume 12, issue 4, P447-455 1975
DOI: 10.1139/t75-052
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Abstract: From consideration of the stress paths and boundary conditions generally applicable to earth slope stability problems it is concluded that long term slope stability analyses should not be based solely on strength data obtained from strain controlled drained triaxial tests (C.I.D. or C.A.D. tests). In particular it is shown that the brittle, time dependent, and anisotropic strength data obtained from such tests on Champlain Sea clay may not be relevant to slope stability problems. Appropriate sampling and test…

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