Slope stability assessment is a fundamental step in evaluating landslide hazard and for the safe design of structures and infrastructures.
Assessing a slope’s stability is a challenging yet important aspect of civil engineering. In its simple form, limit equilibrium methods are used and stability is determined by the equilibrium of shear stress and shear strength. If the forces that resist the movement are greater than those driving the movement, the slope is considered stable.
We use the latest slope stability software for soil and rock slopes to effectively analyze both simple and complex problems for a variety of slip surface shapes, pore-water pressure conditions, soil properties, and loading conditions.
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