Based on Three-Dimensional Limit Equilibrium Slope Stability Analysis of Open Pit


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As the complexity and the tall of open pit slope, two-dimensional slope stability analysis methods have been unable to meet the needs of the accuracy of stability analysis. Therefore, for the complex situation of Pingzhuang open pit slope, use with three-dimensional rigid body limit equilibrium method to analysisstability of slope.slope3D system, which consists of pre-treatment, limit equilibrium analysis solver and post-processing, the first processing core is to construct three-dimensional geological model of the slope, post-processing mainly results analysis and visualization graphics. The system combined organically the slope engineering geological information three-dimensional visualization and the analysis of stability, which make us to determine the landslide model, reveal the mechanism of landslide more accurately. Make an important contribution for ensuring safety in open pit production, a good foundation for slope stability analysis of other open pit.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 261-263)

Edited by:

Jingying Zhao




L. Jia et al., "Based on Three-Dimensional Limit Equilibrium Slope Stability Analysis of Open Pit", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 261-263, pp. 1465-1469, 2011

Online since:

May 2011




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