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Enhancing stability analysis of open-pit slopes via integrated 3D numerical modeling and data monitoring

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Title
Enhancing stability analysis of open-pit slopes via integrated 3D numerical modeling and data monitoring
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Engineering Failure Analysis, September 2024
DOI 10.1016/j.engfailanal.2024.108495
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Zhiguo Li, Tao Xu, Lichun Zhao, Yongjie Liu, Yongchao Xu, Michael J. Heap, Stefano Utili, Ben Liu, Boyi Su

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