MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 22, 2015International Conference on Engineering Technology and Application (ICETA 2015)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Published online||09 July 2015|
- Zhang, M., Liu, J.Y. & Mai, J.X. 2006. Analysis and design of stability and reliability of side slope on embankment dam. Hydropower Journal. 25(2): 103–107.
- Lu, Q.F. & Yin, Z.Z. 2004. Effect of non-linear intensity parameters on the stability of dam slope of high embankment dam, Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering, 23(16): 2708–2711.
- Lu, Q.F. & Yin, Z.Z. 2004. Non-linear analysis on the stability of dam slope of high embankment dam. Rock Mechanics, 25(5): 793–797.
- Chen, L.H. & Chen, Z.Y. 2007. Effect of non-linear intensity feature of stone stack on the stability of high embankment dam. Rock Mechanics, 28(9): 1807–1810.
- Wang, X.Q., Lei, X.S. & Chen, Z.Y. 2010. Analysis on Risk of Hydropower Project and Technical Progress of Reliability Design. Beijing: China Hydropower Press. pp: 216–222.
- Zhao, J.M., Liu, X.S. & Chen, N., et al. 2009. Research on the ultimate anti-shock ability of high wall stone stack dam. Hydropower Journal, 28(5): 97–102.
- Xu. B., Zou, D.G., Kong, X.J., et al. 2012. Research on the analysis of seismic stability of dam slope of high embankment dam. Journal of Rock Engineering, 34(1): 139–144.
- Chen, Z.Y., Xu, J.C. & Sun, P., et al. 2012. Analysis on the anti-slippery stability and reliability for gravity dam: (1) Ratio of safety margin method. Hydropower Journal, 31(3): 148–159.
- Chen, Z.Y., Xu, J.C. & Chen, L.H., et al. 2012. Analysis on the anti-slippery stability and reliability for gravity dam: (2) Research on the reasonable value of intensity index and partial factor, Hydropower Journal, 31 (3): 160–1167.
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