RECENT ADVANCES IN SIMULATING LANDSLIDE AND DEBRIS FLOW
Keywords:Debris flow, DEM, FEM, landslide
This paper summarizes the outcome of a research project funded by the European Commission on the simulation of landslide and debris flow. The numerical techniques adopted include the mesh-based method (FEM), the point-based method (SPH) as well as a hybrid method (Lattice-Boltzmann Method and DEM). Centrifuge model tests were carried out for the purpose of validation.
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