“Where has all the judgment gone?”
The ﬁfth Laurits Bjerrum memorial lecture “* "
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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL REPORTS
Concerning the Slide Area at the Power Plant
General Character of Site of Slide
The slide under consideration occurred within a roughly
triangular area located west of the penstock sections which
First Technical Session. : General Theory of _
' Stability ofSlopes CE 33"
Tuesday morning, 21 September, 1954
THE USE OF. THE SLIP CIRCLE IN THE STABILITY
ANALYSIS OF SLOPES
Aux W. BISHOP, M.A., l’h.D., A.M.I.C.l£.
Ninth Rankine Lecture
PECK, R. B. (1969).
Géoteohnique 19, No. 2, 171—187.
ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF THE OBSERVATIONAL
METHOD IN APPLIED SOIL MECHANICS
R. B. PECK, C.E., D.C.E.*
The observational method, used so successfully by
Terzaghi in ap
by KARL TERZAGHI, Professor at the Technische Hachshule in Vienna
Given at the First International conference on Soil Mechanics and
Foundation Engineering, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 1936
The opening of this Conference is an eve