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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

The Basic Theory of Fluid-Solid Coupling And Dam Slope Stability Analysis

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Moj Raj Bagale



Keywords; Seepage theory, effective stress, slope stability; simulation; damage theory; finite element; numerical simulation technology;



Abstract- This paper researches the static and dynamic simulation analysis of the cracks' dynamic development in the slope stability and the process of the dam's unstable failure , combined with the engineering practice and based on the effective stress principle, seepage theory, slope stability theory, damage theory and the strength reduction limited theory with the extended finite element numerical simulation technology and fluid-solid coupling.



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