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Impact of the Rainfall Intensity and Seepage on Slope Stability in Loess Plateau
ZHANG Yu1, YANG Lixia1, HAN Bingbing2, WU Yajie3
1.School of Traffic and Transportation, Lanzhou Jiaotong University, Lanzhou 730070, China;2.Gansu Institute of Engineering Geology, Lanzhou 730000, China;3.Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute Group Tenth Municipal Design Institute Co., Ltd., Lanzhou 730070, China
摘要:
In recent years, with the increase of traffic construction in mountainous areas in China, road slope traffic accidents have become more and more common. In addition, natural disasters such as landslides, collapses and subgrade settlements caused by rainfall, driving load, seasonal variation and groundwater distribution are frequent. In particular, rainfall is one of the most common factors leading to slope instability (landslide). Therefore, this paper proposes the seep module based on the application software Geo-studio, and analyzes the slope soil parameters and slope stability under five types of rainfall conditions:light rain (10 mm/d), moderate rain (25 mm/d), heavy rain (50 mm/d), rainstorm(100 mm/d), and torrential rain (250 mm/d). The critical safety factor under rainfall intensity is fitted with nonlinear curve by sine function. The results show that the fitting curve of rainfall intensity and safety factor on the upper slope is excellent. The residual points are evenly distributed in the belt area of ±0.1, and the data basically conform to the nonlinear sine model, indicating that the curve plays an essential role in slope health diagnosis.
关键词:  Rainfall intensity  Seepage  Data monitoring  Stability analysis
DOI:10.19743/j.cnki.0891-4176.202004010
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基金项目:This research was jointly supported by grants from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (41501062) and the Applied Basic Research Foundation of Qinghai Province (2018-ZJ-784).
Impact of the Rainfall Intensity and Seepage on Slope Stability in Loess Plateau
ZHANG Yu1, YANG Lixia1, HAN Bingbing2, WU Yajie3
1.School of Traffic and Transportation, Lanzhou Jiaotong University, Lanzhou 730070, China;2.Gansu Institute of Engineering Geology, Lanzhou 730000, China;3.Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute Group Tenth Municipal Design Institute Co., Ltd., Lanzhou 730070, China
Abstract:
In recent years, with the increase of traffic construction in mountainous areas in China, road slope traffic accidents have become more and more common. In addition, natural disasters such as landslides, collapses and subgrade settlements caused by rainfall, driving load, seasonal variation and groundwater distribution are frequent. In particular, rainfall is one of the most common factors leading to slope instability (landslide). Therefore, this paper proposes the seep module based on the application software Geo-studio, and analyzes the slope soil parameters and slope stability under five types of rainfall conditions:light rain (10 mm/d), moderate rain (25 mm/d), heavy rain (50 mm/d), rainstorm(100 mm/d), and torrential rain (250 mm/d). The critical safety factor under rainfall intensity is fitted with nonlinear curve by sine function. The results show that the fitting curve of rainfall intensity and safety factor on the upper slope is excellent. The residual points are evenly distributed in the belt area of ±0.1, and the data basically conform to the nonlinear sine model, indicating that the curve plays an essential role in slope health diagnosis.
Key words:  Rainfall intensity  Seepage  Data monitoring  Stability analysis