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Rostock, 10-12 April 2014

ISBN: 978-3-86009-409-9

www.dredgdikes.eu

DIKE AT STATIONARY FLOW

Lech Baachowski1

1

Department of Geotechnics, Geology and Maritime Enginering, Gdask University of Technology;

lech.balachowski@wilis.pg.gda.pl

Abstract. For long duration of the flood the water table can appear on the slope with a problem of out-wash in

the case of sand type dike. If the dike corps is covered with less permeable layer some additional push-off forces

and shearing can rise in the cover. In both cases the micro stability of the inner slope should be considered at

normative high water for homogeneous sand type dike or sand type dike with less permeable covers. The analyses

were performed taking into account the geometry and soil parameters from the test dike in Gdask. The dike is

formed with ash-dredged material mixture, characterized with relatively high permeability coefficient. The outer

slope (water side) of the test dike corps is covered with clay while the inner slope is covered with fly ash product

sand mixture. The stability of the dike is calculated without cover and including cover on the slope. The stabil-

ity against wash-out and shearing was calculated. Additional parametric studies were undertaken including

different slope inclination, effective cohesion of the mixture. Micro-stability of the dike was analysed and the

overall stability of the dike was also considered using analytical, FEM and limit state approach.

Keywords: dredged material, bottom ash, clay cover, local slope stability, seepage, push up

1. Introduction

Table 1 Micro-stability mechanisms for different dike types

The stability of the dike slopes is the main issue to be

considered in design. Here, one can distinguish the case

of the outer (water side slope), where the complex

actions (water and ice erosion, wave loads, infiltration

and seepage) acting on the revetment should consid-

ered. These requirements for the revetment are often

contradictory and difficult to fulfil, Pilarczyk (1998).

The other case is stability of the inner slope subjected to

erosion, infiltration and seepage, which will be

discussed in this paper. The attention will be focused on

seepage and its influence both on the global and micro-

stability. The latter relates to the stability of soil layer

with limited thickness on the slope surface under the

influence of the ground water flowing through the dike

(Fundamentals, 1998). Very local instabilities may

compromise the global stability of the dike. Usually,

when micro-stability is assured, macro-stability is not a

problem, provided that there is no weak soil layer

within the dike or in the subsoil. Three typical cross-

sections of dikes with phreatic lines are given in Table

1. When clay dike is considered the micro-stability

makes no problem.

Selection and peer-review under responsibility of Universitt Rostock / scientific committee of the conference

106 Proceedings of the South Baltic Conference on Dredged Materials in Dike Construction

exiting water make the out-wash of the soil particles

appear on the inner slope. It may occur when the

permeability of the top layer is similar to that of the

dike corps. The washed out material will be deposited a

short distance away and a new equilibrium slope profile

will be established as a result of erosion and deposition

(see Fig 1). The typical inclination of such slope is 1:5.

Failure of the water defence occurs when the point of Fig 2. Infinite slope model with parallel flow lines, CIRIA

encroachment reaches a minimum crown height, TAW, (2013)

1989.

The second failure mechanism in sand type dyke

occurs in the form of shallow sliding planes in the

sandy upper layer. The effective stress in the soil is

reduced under the influence of the water, which is

expelled. Shallow sliding of slopes under seepage

conditions depends on the flow direction and hydraulic

Fig 3. Push-off slope revetment scheme

gradient, particularly near the ground surface, CIRIA

(2013). For infinite slope stability model, the slip

If a less permeable top layer lies on the well

surface is assumed to be a plane parallel to the slope

permeable dike body some additional hydrostatic

and the end effects are neglected. The slope element is

pressure generates under the clay cover. The water

subjected to both seepage force (Fw) and gravity (W) in

pressure mobilized under covering may push off less

a bloc stability approach. The forces acting on the

permeable top layer (see Fig 3). In this case no signifi-

sliding block near the slope surface are given on Fig 2.

cant water flow is assumed through the clay cover.

The hydraulic gradient can be derived as a function of

Once the revetment is lifted up, the soil particles under

seepage direction () and slope angle (). This exit

the cover may be washed out. The drop of the effective

gradient is defined as:

normal stress in the contact between the sand body and

clay cover may result in the decrease of shearing

sin

i (1) resistance between these two bodies and stability loss in

sin sliding. The shearing may occur even if the hydrostatic

pressure is not large enough to produce cover push-off.

It can be shown, CIRIA (2013), that equilibrium The action of the push-off and shearing mechanisms is

condition of the sliding mass with a block width (b) can usually combined, TAW, 1989.

be expressed in terms of slope geometry parameters and

effective shear strength parameters of the soil on the 2. Test dike

slope:

The test dike was constructed near Gdask within

c' DredgDikes program to study its stability under flood

sin i w sin cos i w cos tan '

' ' D cos ' conditions (see DredgDikes web page). The dike body

is built from compacted bottom ash dredged material

(2)

mixture, which mechanical parameters are given in

where:

Baachowski and Sikora (2013). The dike cross section

D vertical soil depth [m]

is shown on Fig 4. The dike is built on compacted clay

inclination of the slope from the horizontal []

as an isolation layer. The total height of the dike is 3m

inclination of the seepage direction from the normal

with slope inclination 1:2 on both sides. The water level

to the slope

in the measuring section can be maintained at 2.5 m

c soil effective cohesion [kPa]

above the ground level. The inner slope is covered with

soil effective angle of internal friction []

fly ash product-sand mixture, called Tefra. The param-

unit weight of submerged soil [kN/m3]

eters of the three soil layers are given in Table 2.

w unit weight of water [kN/m3]

L. Baachowski Stability of the Inner Slope of the Polish DredgDikes Research Dike at Stationary Flow 107

Table 2 Soil layer parameters which means that the slope should be less steep than 1:2

Materials CLAY TEFRA MIXTURE to avoid washing out.

If the inner slope is partly under the water, the

Unit Weight [kN/m3] 18 16 13 fluid is considered to be expelled perpendicularly to the

slope and the following condition should be satisfied:

Saturated sr [kN/m3] 21 20 16,3

Unit Weight 2 i w

cos (4)

Permeability k [m/s] 1 e -7 1 e -7 1 e -3 w

coefficient

Void Ratio e [-] 0,79 0,64 0,69 where i is the exit gradient to be determined in flow net

analysis and factor 2 is safety coefficient.

Undrained cu [kPa] 50 30 -

shear 3.1.2 Shearing on the slope

Effective c[kPa] 30 50 5

cohesion Shearing on the sandy slope should be checked for the

water expelled perpendicularly to the slope. For simpli-

Effective ' [] 25 20 37

friction

fied conditions, when effective cohesion is omitted, the

following condition should be fulfilled:

Youngs E [kPa] 15 000 30 000 22 500

Modulus

sin

tan ' (5)

Poissons [kPa] 0,35 0,30 0,25 w

Ratio cos

cos

3. Sand type dike stability This lead to very high, unrealistic values of effective

angle of internal friction.

Let us assume the model made of bottom ash dredged

material mixture with the same size as the test dike and 3.2 Analytical solution

consider the inner slope stability. Three different slopes

(1:2, 1:3, 1:3.5) and effective cohesion of the mixture Let us consider the water flow parallel to the slope. In

varying from 5 to 20 kPa are taken into account. this case hydraulic gradient is equal:

notice the advantage of the equilibrium condition in Eq

The most dangerous situation for the micro-stability of 2, which takes into account the granular soil with some

the slope is when the water is expelled horizontally. effective cohesion. Such approach enables the analysis

The maximum slope inclination, when wash-out is of the bottom ash - dredged material mixture, with a

considered above water table, should satisfy: small effective cohesion increasing with time due to

cementation effect. Left side of the Eq 2 can be formu-

w lated:

tan (3)

2 w

108 Proceedings of the South Baltic Conference on Dredged Materials in Dike Construction

L sin 1 w (7)

'

Some numerical analyses of steady state flow through

Right side of the Eq 2 can be rewritten: the dike were performed using SLIDE 5.0 and PLAXIS

8.2 programs for FEM analysis. Calculations were

c' made for homogeneous dike built from ash-dredged

R cos tan ' (8)

' D cos material mixture and for the covers on the slope. These

analyses were performed with the soil parameters from

For cohesionless soils (c=0 kPa) the Eq 2 reduces to Table 2. The phreatic line (see Fig.5) exits on the slope

well-known solution: at elevation 1.62m for 1:2 inclination. A very similar

result was received for 1:3 and 1:3.5 slopes. The tradi-

tan ' tional slope stability analyses were checked using

tan (9) Bishop method. For a given slope inclination the shape

1 w of phreatic line obtained in FEM calculation was intro-

'

duced to the model analysed with Discontinuity Layout

In this case the slope inclination should be higher than Optimization (DLO), Smith and Gilbert (2007). The

3.5 to achieve the proper stability, Andrzejuk (2013). latter is a new numerical method (see Limit state

The effective cohesion significantly contributes to manual) which automatically identifies the critical

the slope stability, CIRIA, 2013. Left and right sides of configuration of sliding soil blocks at failure. It finds

the Eq 2 were calculated for different slope inclination the true critical slip-line failure mechanism for any

and effective cohesion for a given vertical soil depth geotechnical problem. The calculation can be

D=1m (see Fig 2). One should mention that the choice performed for adequacy factor on load or adequacy

of the vertical soil depth, where the slippage occurs, is factor on strength. The latter approach was used for

important for the slope stability in cohesive soils. It is slope stability calculation. Here, both effective angle of

assumed that the ratio length of the slope over D should internal friction and effective cohesion are divided by

exceed 20 in order to consider infinite slope length. The the strength adequacy factor F to identify the critical

calculated ratio right to left side (R/L) is given in slip line failure mechanism.

Table 3. The results of DLO analysis with sliding blocks at

The results indicate a good stability of the consid- failure for different slope inclination and effective

ered slopes, assuming flow parallel to the slope. Addi- cohesion are given in Fig 6, 7 and 8. General failure

tional analysis should be taken into account for the conditions are observed when the overall stability is

water exit zone, where the flow lines are less inclined satisfied (see Fig 6b and 6c). When unstable slope is

(more dangerous situation) and the requirements should detected (adequacy strength factor F less than or close

be more strict. to 1) unrealistic bloc sliding mechanism is observed

(Fig 6a, Fig 7a, Fig 8a).

Table 3 R/L ratio in cohesive soils for D=1m

The sliding block pattern does not enter the

Effective

1:2 1:3 1:3.5 compacted clay substratum due to its high strength

cohesion

resistance. The sliding occurs on the roof of clay layer.

c'=5kPa 1.37 1.93 2.22 For soft clays deep failure mechanism should be

c'=10kPa 2.12 2.93 3.36 observed. DLO analyses confirm the weight of effective

c'=20kPa 3.63 4.94 5.64 cohesion within the dike body on the failure mechanism

L. Baachowski Stability of the Inner Slope of the Polish DredgDikes Research Dike at Stationary Flow 109

L. Baachowski Stability of the Inner Slope of the Polish DredgDikes Research Dike at Stationary Flow 110

a) c=5 kPa, F=1,073 (unstable) 4. Cementation process may increase the slope stabil-

ity of a dike made of ash-sand mixtures.

5. The minimal slope inclination was determined

with micro-stability analysis, analytical solutions

and numerical analysis. The results of all these

methods are generally convergent for the consid-

ered dike section.

20112013 part-financed by EU funds (ERDF) in the

frame of the South Baltic Programme.

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