M-O


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M-OMagneto-Optical
M-OMusa-Okumoto (logarithmic reliability model)
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Figure 2 shows the parameters and characteristics of M-O method.
Some of the limits of M-O method that cause the method not to cover many of the usual engineering problems are as follows.
(a) M-O method is applicable for cohesionless soils only.
(c) M-O method has no answer when [phi] - [beta] - [theta] [less than or equal to] 0.
Sometimes, one has to use equivalent forms of M-O method to model a real problem.