Slowly moving landslides are common in many areas of the world. The analysis of their mechanical behaviour and kinematics is crucial for the evaluation of landslide risk. To carry out such an analysis proper numerical models are needed.

The paper describes a 2D viscous model and a 2D elastoviscoplastic model both developped by the Author and coworkers. The results of some applications regarding Swiss landslides are shortly described.

 

Slowly moving landslides are common in many areas of the world. The analysis of their mechanical behaviour and kinematics is crucial for the evaluation of landslide risk. To carry out such an analysis proper numerical models are needed.

The paper describes a 2D viscous model and a 2D elastoviscoplastic model both developped by the Author and coworkers. The results of some applications regarding Swiss landslides are shortly described.

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AUTORI: Vulliet L. RIG ANNO: 1998 NUMERO: 1 Numero di pagina: 71


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