Use of a Tie-Back Retaining Wall to Stabilize a Moving Landslideby David C. Cowherd, Bowser-Morner Associates Inc, Dayton, United States,
Vlad G. Perlea, Bowser-Morner Associates Inc, Dayton, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Geotechnical Engineering Congress—1991
Abstract: After failure of a gravity retaining wall, a moving landslide was stopped and stabilized by a tie-back retaining wall. The design considered the active landslide and residual strength at the contact between the sliding mass and the rock underneath. Instrumentation installed on anchors showed that only the Coulomb-type active pressure has been mobilized in a period of 5 months since the completion of the structure.
Subject Headings: Retaining structures | Landslides | Rock masses | Instrumentation | Failure analysis | Structural failures | Residual strength
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