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    Based on field observations, the slope angle in the area is dominated by steep slopes. The rock hardness level is dominated by hard rock with a hardness ranging from 50-100 MPa. Rock Mass Rating shows that the are a is dominated by good rocks. While the S lope Mass Rating calculation show that the maximum slope angle is between 52-75 ° .

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    Stratum IV – Decomposed/Weathered Rock Decomposed or weathered rock generally consists of material with SPT N60 values greater than 100 bpf, core recovery less than 85% and RQD less than 50%. In limestone formations, this stratum is difficult to differentiate from Stratum II as a sharp transition from soft overlying clay

  • The assessment of slope stability and rock excavatability

    Dec 01, 2013· Ceryan, N. (2009). Rock slope stability analyses by probability method and excavability in Tasonii limestone quarry (Trabzon). PhD Thesis, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey, 185 pp. (in Turkish) Eberhardt, E.D. (2003). Rock slope stability analysis-utilization of advanced numerical techniques.

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    Friction, Cohesion, and Slope Stability - Springer. rocks. Owing to the significance in the prevention of disasters, slope stability has been the subject of . limestone have 0:70<m<0:75.

  • Stability Analysis of Limestone Quarry - Slope stability

    Oct 04, 2007· a preliminary method would be Romana's Slope Mass Rating (SMR), I applied it in situations similar to yours (albeit in smaller faces) with good results. Also, Rocscience 's Roclab, freeware, gives out a max height for a vertical face given a visual comparison to rock mass classes (GSI method, an evolution of Bjieniawski's RMR).

  • (PDF) Rock Slope Stability Assessment of Limestone Hills

    The stability of the limestone cliff at Gunung Kandu, Gopeng, Perak, Malaysia was assessed based on the Slope Mass Rating (SMR) system on 53 cross sections of the Gunung Kandu hill slopes.

  • (PDF) Rock Slope Stability Assessment of Limestone Hills

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  • Rock Slope Design Guide - Ohio Department of Transportation

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    The aim of this study is to evaluate the stability and excavatability of newly stripped rock slopes (slope 1 (SN–1), slope 2 (SN–2), and slope 3 (SN–3)) in a limestone quarry. These are new pro duction sites with comparable geological formations along the southern part of the quarry where three planar failures were previously observed.

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    University of Technology, concerning large scale slope stability in open pit mining. The project is aimed at developing a design methodology for large scale rock slopes, with special application to the Aitik open pit in northern Sweden. Financial support for the project is provided by Boliden Mineral AB.

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    Oct 01, 2019· Rock slopes fail by different modes of failures, these are plane, wedge, toppling and rock fall (Hoek and Bray, 1981, Hocking, 1976).The most common type of failure in rock slopes is plane mode of failure (Raghuvanshi, 2019).The stability of the slope, having potential plane mode of failure, depends on governing factors namely; slope inclination (α f), upper slope surface inclination (α s

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    The results of the calculation of slope stability safety factors at the study site have different results, for Block T-03, slopes with an overall height of 21 m, the overall slope angle of 27 ° has a FK value = 1.502.

  • (PDF) Rock slope stability assessment of limestone quarry

    The aim of this study is to investigate slope stability problems for heavily jointed karstic limestones in an aggregate quarry. Limestone quarries have turned into steep cliffs of bare rocks which threaten the safety of construction and have also negative influence on the aesthetics in the Cebeci Region.

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    paper was to evaluate the stability of Gunung Kandu (Figure 1), using the Slope Mass Rating (SMR) method as previously proposed by Romana (1985). The significance of this study is the quantification of rock slope stability which enables the relevant agencies to appreciate the urgency of the slope stability issue. MATERIALS AND METHODS

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    condition assessment and stability calculations. Thus, this research provides an assessment of how RPAS can be used to create a surface model at hardly accessible sites. The paper also demonstrates the combined use of photogrammetric, 10 surveying, and engineering geological methods at difficult ground conditions in assessing rock slope stability.

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    Keywords: - Slope Stability, DIPS, Kinematic Analysis, Sakesar Limestone, Chor Gali formation, Scan line survey I. INTRODUCTION Failures of rock slopes, both man-made and natural, include rock falls, overall slope instability and landslides, as well as slope failures in open pit mines. The consequence of such failures can range from direct

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    Feb 14, 2019· Rock Slope Stability Assessment of Limestone Hills in Northern Kinta Valley, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. Journal: Geological Behavior (GBR) Author: GOH THIAN LAI , AINUL MARDHIYAH MOHD RAZIB,NUR AMANINA MAZLAN, ABDUL GHANI RAFEK, AILIE SOFYIANA SERASA, NORBERT SIMON, NORAINI SURIP, LEE KHAI ERN4AND TUAN RUSLI MOHAMED.

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    Ground Anchors for Slope Stabilization (Draft Submission) Calculate allowable soil bearing pressure for concrete bearing elements for ground anchors using Brinch Hansen's bearing capacity formula for inclined ground surface. Analyze and design ground anchors for slope stabilization using slope stability analysis program "SLOPE-W".

  • [PDF] The assessment of slope stability and rock

    The aim of this study is to evaluate the stability and excavatability of newly stripped rock slopes (slope 1 (SN–1), slope 2 (SN–2), and slope 3 (SN–3)) in a limestone quarry. These are new production sites with comparable geological formations along the southern part of the quarry where three planar failures were previously observed. For this reason, detailed fieldwork was performed to

  • Rock Slope Design Guide - Ohio Department of …

    FHWA-HI-99-007 (1998) which discusses geologic terms related to rock slope stability. 202.1 Rock Type The rock type is defined by the origin of the rock, which in Ohio is predominantly sedimentary. The

  • Assessment of Rock Slope Stability in Limestone Quarries

    The Tournais region is characterised by famous outcrops of carboniferous limestone which is mined out for cement and raw material production. The four main quarries found in the Region, i.e. Gaurain-Ramecroix, Milieu, Antoing and Lemay; are owned by the three main cement producers in Belgium: Italcimenti, Holcim and CBR. The global production of limestone is about 20 millions tons per year

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    Dec 01, 2020· This study provided a feasible approach for more accurate analysis of rock slope stability under rainfall infiltration. To quantitatively analyse the influence of rainfall on slope stability, we attributed the influence of rainfall on slope stability to the change in pore pressure and the decrease in rock strength due to the effects of water-induced weakening.

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    local practitioners working on rock slopes. As an example, recent case study on slope stability analysis of limestone cliff at Gunung Kandu, Gopeng by [21] highlight how the usage of SMR is significant for its quantification of rock slope stability in a practical method for large area of rock slope assessment.

  • AND DUNCAN C. WYLLIE ROCK SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS

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    In open rock quarries, there are some important parameters such as the slope stability conditions, slope susceptibility, to plan optimum slope angles and possible failure mechanism for slope stability analyses. Also, rock mass properties (rock mass characteristics, geometry of slope and shear strength behaviour of the joints) effect the

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    Jan 04, 2015· The aim of this study is to investigate slope stability problems for heavily jointed karstic limestones in an aggregate quarry. Limestone quarries have turned into steep cliffs of bare rocks which threaten the safety of construction and have also negative influence on the …

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