Slope Stability Analysis by Peridynamic Theory

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Peridynamic simulations have been carried out to perform the slope stability analysis. A slope is first modelled with discretized particles in 2D. Then the non-ordinary state-based Peridynamic model is utilized. In order to obtain a more realistic behavior of the soil, Drucker-Prager constitutive model is used to describe the mechanic properties of soil. Results show great agreements with the FEM results, while provides the dynamic slide progress in the post-failure process.

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Xiangdong Zhang and Bin Zhang

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584-588

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X. Lai et al., "Slope Stability Analysis by Peridynamic Theory", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 744-746, pp. 584-588, 2015

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March 2015

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