## Probabilistic analysis of the stability of a slope in Sochiдоклад на конференции

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• Международная Конференция : XXIV Международная научная конференция студентов, аспирантов и молодых ученых "Ломоносов – 2017"
• Даты проведения конференции: 20 апреля 2017
• Дата доклада: 12 апреля 2017
• Тип доклада: Устный
• Докладчик: Кан Кай
• Место проведения: МГУ имени М.В.Ломоносова, Россия
• Аннотация доклада:

Various uncertainties exist in slope engineering, such as inherent spatial variability of soil properties, changing environmental conditions. Effects of these uncertainties on probability of slope failure are often significant[1]. Several probabilistic methodologies have been developed to incorporate these uncertainties in slope stability analysis, such as Monte Carlo Simulation method[5]. This study was based on Monte Carlo simulation with limit equilibrium method (Morgenstern-Price method). A landslide was identified near a tourist ropeway station which is located in the middle part of Aibga ridge northern slope near Krasnaya Polyana in Great Sochi. The slope of landslide consists of two layers: upper layer is Quaternary deposit(Q) with gravely, clay-filled soil; lower layer is Jurassic porphyrite bedrock(J2). The upper layer is modeled with a Mohr-Coulumb soil model. The lower layer is modeled with a bedrock model. Based on experimental result, the variability of the soil properties is known: the unit weight is 20.7-24.8 kN/m3, cohesion is 7.3-12 kPa and friction angle is 26-30°. The analysis accounts for the statistical uncertainty due to limited data. Assumed that variability distribution of the soil properties is a normal distribution with a specified mean value and standard deviation of a parameter. In addition, the study area is located in the zone where the probability of 8-point shakings during the next 50 years is 10%[4]. A normal distribution was also applied to seismic coefficient. The probabilistic analysis was performed with SLOPE/W[3]. After the 2000 Monte Carlo simulation, the results of probabilistic analysis were achieved, including mean factor of safety, probability of failure. The corresponding probability for factor of safety smaller than 1 represents the probability of failure. In probabilistic analysis, mean factors of safety(FOS) are 1.02 in static state and 0.97 in dynamic state, respectively. Meanwhile, the probability of failure is computed to be 20% in static state and 89% in dynamic state, respectively. Compared with results from conventional limit equilibrium analysis, the results from probabilistic analysis show that the slope is also stable in static state, however, with more information indicating failure probability. In Russia, probabilistic analysis was conducted by some scholars[2,6], however, is yet not routine in practice of real construction. This study shows that probabilistic analysis can provide a robust and simple way to assess failure probability, and can be applied in practice with more reasonable results.

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