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Modeling of debris flows and induced phenomena with non-Newtonian fluid models
Debris flows contain inhomogeneous distributions of solids within a liquid. By considering a mixture of solid and liquid forming debris flows as a non-Newtonian continuous liquid, the viscosity term for rheological models ...
Geotechnical properties, one-dimensional consolidation behavior and liquefaction susceptibility of the glaciolacustrine clay samples from the Oso landslide
Involving a wide range of ground movements, such as rock falls, deep slope failures, and shallow flows of debris, landslides may cause damage to property, injury, and death. Such a landslide occurred in Washington state, ...