The average coefficient of the friction can be obtained by weighting the individual materials that are used for measuring the angle of friction over the length of the interface. The frictional strength of the product of the tangent can be easily assumed with the normal stress and the each layer cab be easily depicted to be properly fitted to the vertical stress as considered. The normal stress is being assumed by the average frictions and the vertical stress with a constant of the proportionality. The proportionality can be easily determined by the help of the average frictions and it can be easily obtained by the below-provided diagram. The assumptions regarding the assumptions of the normal stress and the vertical stress are not in reasonable and thus, the finite element calculations are illustrated to be valid by showing the structure of the vertical stress.
The presence of the water in the slope can be easily illustrated by indicating the destabilizing factors and the modeling and the calculation of the various types of the water pressures in or on the slope can be depicted by analyzing the slope stability. The structure of the work can be identified for determining the definitions, and the practical situations are easily encountered. The simplest method that is determined is the use of the r values for the individual that enables the proper examination of the slope stability. The pore water pressure can be defined as the weight of the analysis which is being indicated in the form of multiplying the weight, and this interface failure of the surface can be easily shown. Thus, the pore water surface slope stability can be easily explained. The presence of the more realistic approach can be easily illustrated by the help of the phreatic surface, and the heterogeneous slopes are playing the major role in the development of the corresponding material. The structure clearly described the phreatic surface which is defined to be the pond water slopes.