| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_10_SAFE |
SAFE: Figure 5_7 to 5_12 show the locations of the critical slip surfaces obtain by various methods. The results from the SVSLOPE-SAFE software as well as the M-P method, the Bishop's Simplified method, and the Enhanced (i.e: Stress-Based) method. Various conditions were analyzed with different soil properties used in each use. The symbol S34-1030 means that the case has a submerged slope. Poisson's ratio is 0.48 and the soil cohension and the angle of the internal friction are 10 kPa and 30?, respectively.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_10_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Slope SAFE,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch4_Figure4_1 |
This example is used to verify the SVSLOPE-SAFE for a simple homogeneous 2:1 slope with a groundwater table passing through the toe of the slope. The soil is assumed to behave as a linear elastic material.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Ordinary, Bishop, Janbu Simplified, Spencer, M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine), and GLE (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch4_Figure4_1.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Groundwater,Benchmarking,Water resources management,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_10 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_10.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slope SAFE,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_11 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_11.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slope SAFE,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_11_SAFE |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_11_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_12 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_12.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_12_SAFE |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_12_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_28 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_28.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Infrastructure,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_29 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_29.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_29_SAFE |
SAFE: Figure 5_28 to 5_33 show locations of the critical slip surfaces obtained both by Pham (2002) as well as by other methods of slice, such as the M-P method, the Bishop's Simplified method and the Enhanced (Stress-Based) method. The Poisson's ratio value used in Figure 5_28 to 5_30 was 0.33, and Figure 5_31 to 5_33 was 0.48.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_29_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_30 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_30.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Infrastructure,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_31 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_31.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Infrastructure,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_31_SAFE |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_31_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_32 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_32.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Infrastructure,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_32_SAFE |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_32_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_33 |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_33.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_Ch5_Figure5_33_SAFE |
This example problem solves a slope stability analysis with a submerged slope
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_Ch5_Figure5_33_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_ch5_Figure5_44 |
This example problem contains two soil layers with shear strength parameters. Poission's ratio was selected assuming the soil was normally consolidated. A reasonable value of Young's modulus was also assumed.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, Janbu Simplified, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_ch5_Figure5_44.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_ch5_Figure5_44_SAFE |
This example problem contains two soil layers with shear strength parameters. Poission's ratio was selected assuming the soil was normally consolidated. A reasonable value of Young's modulus was also assumed.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, Janbu Simplified, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_ch5_Figure5_44_SAFE.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,Slope SAFE,SVSLOPE,SVSOLID,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,SAFE,Linear Elastic,SVSOLID Consider PWP,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
| ## Pham_ch5_Figure5_48 |
This model performs a slope stability analysis studied by Pham (2002) which contains three layers of soil with the base layers considerable harder than the above layers. The soil is described using a linear elastic.
The analysis methods used for this study are: Bishop, and M-P (Interslice Force Function - Half-sine).
The search method for the critical slip surface is "Grid and Tangent". The grid and tangent methodology is one of the most common methods of determining the critical circular slip surface. In this methodology, the trial slip surfaces are specified by a grid of centers and a set of lines to which the circular slip surface must be tangent. The critical slip surface is considered to be circular.
**Model filename:** Slopes_SAFE > Pham_ch5_Figure5_48.svm
**Tags: Slopes_SAFE,SVSLOPE,2D,Steady-State,Water Table,Grid and Tangent,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE,Infrastructure,Dynamic Programming,SVSLOPE SAFE,Benchmarking,Earth structures,Slopes_SAFE**
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