The Dhoho airport is built on a 372 hectares land area at North-West of Kediri city, at the foot of Mount Willis. Some part of the platform has high slopes and requires a special technique for the slope stability. MSE Wall (mechanically stabilized earthwork wall) technique has been adopted, with bored pile and CFG installed under it.
For the 26-meter high slope with a skewed orientation box culvert, we develop a 3D-finite element model to study the interaction between the RC culvert and the slope stability.
Surya Dhoho Investama