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Design Of Stabilization Piles

Design Of Stabilization Piles

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I'm looking for the paper with the title "Ultimate Lateral Load On Piles Used To Stabilise Landslides", written by Viggiani. I didn't encounter with the exact formulations of shear force and bending moment given for the six possible failure modes of stabilization piles(shown in the attachment), in any paper or presentation. Is there anyone who can help me to get this paper or tell me the formulations mentioned in Viggiani's method?

Whole name of the publication:
VIGGIANI C. Ultimate lateral load on piles used to stabilise landslides. Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Stockholm, 1981, 3, 555–560.

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