In the case of conventional wedge method, the forces are seemed to be depicted by the polygon analysis and the charts are shown to coincide on the initial forces that are used for determining the structure of the forced equilibrium. The extension is being depicted in the form of the assumptions of the three wedge mechanism which is being used for the analysis. The primary focus of the generalized wedge method is indicating to be in the form of the forced equilibrium, and the typical wedge forces are indicated to be acting on it. Thus, the solution seems to be proceeding by the first wedge which is being signified by the help of the forced equilibrium notation. It becomes the easiest way for depicting the equal notations which are being used for illustrating the solutions. The calculation seems to be depending on the moment of the equilibrium and is indicated to be using the same principal wedge. The assumptions made are totally dependent on the same principle of the wedge in which the interslice locations are obtained from the forced equilibrium calculations. The assumption positions of the force can be easily determined from the vertical effective stress and the moment is illustrated to be checking the proceedings. Thus, the anticlockwise movements are shown to be negative, and the clockwise points are illustrated to be positive in nature.
As per the heterogeneity is being considered, the material introduced in the form of the weight calculations of the wedges. It is related to being expansion and the contraction of the length of the stratum. The expansion is being clearly signified by the using the friction and the cohesion methods. The average failure reason is determined to be using these methods, and the case can be expanded by the form of the cross facing the materials. The enhancement of the average cohesion and the angle of the friction are used showing the equilibrium and the force calculations. The average cohesion is being appropriately illustrated by the form of the expansion of the stratum which is shown in the following figure.