SNOWPACK  20221215.4b040c3
StabilityData Class Reference

Detailed Description

Layer shear strength evaluation parameters. This class contains layer properties useful for the shear strength evaluation.

#include <StabilityAlgorithms.h>

Public Member Functions

 StabilityData (const double &i_psi_ref)
 StabilityData constructor. More...
 

Public Attributes

double Sig_c2
 Element shear strength (kPa) More...
 
double strength_upper
 Shear strength of adjacent upper element. More...
 
double phi
 Correction to normal load. More...
 
double sig_n
 Normal load on upper element node, perpendicular to slope. More...
 
double sig_s
 Shear stress on upper element node, parallel to slope. More...
 
double alpha_max_rad
 Angle from snow surface to peak shear stress, 54.3 at 38 deg. More...
 
double psi_ref
 Reference slope angle in radian, corresponds usually to 38 deg. More...
 
double cos_psi_ref
 Cosine of psi_ref. More...
 
double sin_psi_ref
 Sine of psi_ref. More...
 

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ StabilityData()

StabilityData::StabilityData ( const double &  i_psi_ref)
inline

StabilityData constructor.

Parameters
i_psi_refslope angle to use for the stability evaluation (in degrees)
Note
alpha_max(38.) = 54.3 deg (J. Schweizer, IB 712, SLF)

Member Data Documentation

◆ alpha_max_rad

double StabilityData::alpha_max_rad

Angle from snow surface to peak shear stress, 54.3 at 38 deg.

◆ cos_psi_ref

double StabilityData::cos_psi_ref

Cosine of psi_ref.

◆ phi

double StabilityData::phi

Correction to normal load.

◆ psi_ref

double StabilityData::psi_ref

Reference slope angle in radian, corresponds usually to 38 deg.

◆ Sig_c2

double StabilityData::Sig_c2

Element shear strength (kPa)

◆ sig_n

double StabilityData::sig_n

Normal load on upper element node, perpendicular to slope.

◆ sig_s

double StabilityData::sig_s

Shear stress on upper element node, parallel to slope.

◆ sin_psi_ref

double StabilityData::sin_psi_ref

Sine of psi_ref.

◆ strength_upper

double StabilityData::strength_upper

Shear strength of adjacent upper element.


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