## W

Angle of shearing resistance for chart -chart = tan From Taylor's chart, the maximum design slope angle is Pd = 23.5°

Degree of utilization is

a pk

GEO,2

The design is unacceptable if the degree of utilization is > 100%

Design Approach 3

Actions and effects

Material properties and resistance

Partial factors from Set M2: y^ = 1-25 , yc = 1-25 , Ycu = 1-4

Design undrained strength cud =-= 53-6 kPa

Design angle of shearing resistance ^ = tan tan (<pk)

Design effective cohesion c'd =-= 4kPa

Verification of strength for short-term (undrained) conditions cud

Design stability number (undrained) Nud =-= 0-223

YG x Ykx H

From Taylor's chart, the maximum design slope angle is Pd = 79°

Degree of utilization is

GEO,3

The design is unacceptable if the degree of utilization is > 100%

Verification of strength for long-term (drained) conditions c'd

Design stability number (drained) Nd =-= 0-017

Yg x Ykx H

Design angle of shearing resistance ^ = 16-2°

From Taylor's chart, the maximum design slope angle is Pd = 23°

Degree of utilization is

0 0