PART 1 ‘Geosynthetic reinforced soil 101’ leading to rational design of MSE walls and slopes

April 1st, 2017 / By: , , / Feature

Introduction The design of many geotechnical structures is based on limit state conditions. For example, in designing gravity walls, the load exerted by the retained soil on the wall is based on an assumed active state of stresses. That is, the wall moves sufficiently outward, enabling the retained soil to mobilize its shear strength along […]


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