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September 19, 2020 4:16 pmpts 30 pts
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  • Rahul pandey Best Answer
    Pore pressure decreases the shear strength of rock and leading to the failure of slope. According to Mohr-Coulomb failure criteria: [ Shear strength = cohesion + (normal stress) ×...
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  • Veer vikram singh
    if you shift circle towards left then point of contact will have lower shear as well as normal strength wrt previous condition
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  • Veer vikram singh thankyou
    Failure occurs at a point where the mohr envelop (red line passing through origin) touches the Mohr circle. if you shift the circle towards left then point of contact will have low...
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  • Veer vikram singh
    downstream dipping: Geological horizons or beds whose dip direction aligns with the direction of flow of river. upstream dipping: Geological horizons or beds whose dip direction i...
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    Sashi
    but sir this figure the Mohr circle radius is constant so shear strength is fix but normal stress is changing
  • Sajan sarthak sahoo thankyou
    Shear strength of spoil material decreases with decrease of cohesive strength while normal stress and angle of internal friction remain same (Chaulya, 1993). This decrease in shear...
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    Sashi
    thank you sir
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