Stability analysis and evaluation of a landslide area in Sichuan

Stability analysis and evaluation of a landslide area in Sichuan

Bingbing ChenZhenhua Fu Tao Chen 

College of Construction and Engineering, Jilin University, Changchun 130026, China

College of Environment and Civil Engineering, Chengdu University of Technology, ChengDu 610000, China

The 137 Geological Party, Coalfield Geology Bureau of Sichuan Provence, Dazhou 635000, China

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Located on the northern bank of the Jinsha River, the Guanlinping landslide area of Longping Village, Xin’an Town in southwestern Pinshan County poses a great threat to the life and property of the local residents. In this paper, the stability of the landslide area is qualitatively and quantitatively analyzed through the examination of the engineering geological conditions and the influencing factors of stability.


Landslide, Landslide Geological Conditions, Stability Analysis and Evaluation.

1. Introduction
2. Engineering Geological Conditions
3. Landslide Characteristics
4. Stability Analysis and Evaluation
5. Conclusions

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