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An example of a slope cut up into slices. The example slice shows all forces, including vertical shear, base shear, normal, and horizontal forces. Different methods make different assumptions in order to solve teh stability equation.

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current21:27, 24 November 2014Thumbnail for version as of 21:27, 24 November 2014500 × 287 (13 KB)EStevenson (talk | contribs)An example of dividing a slope into slices for calculation of shear forces.
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20:48, 24 November 2014Thumbnail for version as of 20:48, 24 November 2014477 × 223 (10 KB)EStevenson (talk | contribs)An example of a slope cut up into slices. The example slice shows all forces, including vertical shear, base shear, normal, and horizontal forces. Different methods make different assumptions in order to solve teh stability equation.
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