Landsliding slope supported by gabions – a case study and the methodology of numerical modelling

Michał Grodecki,

Aleksander Urbański

Abstrakt

The paper presents results of numerical analysis of the gabion retaining wall stability. A few of the possible design variants were analyzed and the optimal one was chosen.

Słowa kluczowe: gabion, retaining wall, FEM, stability
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