E3S Web Conf.
Volume 331, 2021International Conference on Disaster Mitigation and Management (ICDMM 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||13 December 2021|
Effect of load on the shape of the slip surface and the velocity of the landslide on a mixture of clay sand
1 Departement of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Andalas University, West Sumatera, Indonesia
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The slip surface has an essential role in slope stability analysis. The slip surface is to be known to calculate the safety factor. The velocity of landslides needs to be done to mitigate when a landslide occurs to reduce the risk. This study aims to determine the shape of the slip surface and the velocity of the landslide with variations in load and 2 combination material. The slope is formed in a glass box measuring 110 x10x40 cm. The slope angle used is the same as the angle of internal friction. The slope is given a uniform load until the slope collapses. Loading is done by using a pressure device placed on the prooving ring at the bottom of the press. From both material variatn ions and load variations, it can be seen that the shape of the slip surface that occurs is almost the same, namely in the form of a slip surface. So it is concluded that the load does not affect the shape of the slip surface. The velocity that occurs in combination 1 is moderate-rapid, while combination 2 is moderate. Combination 2 clay is safer than combination 1 but not too significant.
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