Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

, Volume 37, Issue 1, pp 16–20 | Cite as

Investigation of the mechanics of slide processes on the basis of nonstationary temperature and dynamic (strength and hydraulic) fields

  • B. I. Kulachkin
  • A. I. Radkevich
  • N. P. Betelev
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Abstract

Complex investigations of geofields characterizing the condition of geomasses subject to slide processes are addressed; these investigations will make it possible to determine the initiation of a landslide, its evolution, and potential slip surfaces, and provide an estimate of the stability and a prognosis.

Keywords

Pore Pressure Yemen Cone Penetration Test Landslide Process Nonstationary Temperature 

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  • B. I. Kulachkin
  • A. I. Radkevich
  • N. P. Betelev

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