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层状半成岩库岸运行期变形破坏过程及中长期稳定性预测
Alternative TitleTHE DEFORMATIVE PROCESSING AND MIDDLE-LONG-TIME
Language中文
王成华; 黄大廷; 刘新民; 李娜; 王烈诗
Source Publication滑坡研究与防治 1
Editor《滑坡研究与防治》编辑委员会编著
Pages1-28
1996
Publisher四川科学技术出版社
Publication Place成都
Keyword大型滑坡 变形破坏过程 龙羊峡水库 运行期
Abstract本文以龙羊峡水库为例,在前期研究的基础上,并经过运行初期前3年库岸变形的观测,总结了水库蓄水前后岸坡特征及变形的规律、大型滑坡特征、形成过程及其模型。对运行期库岸变形破坏过程、发展演变趋势,大型滑坡可能发生的地点、方量、滑速和时间,以及库岸长期稳定性进行了分析预测。
Other AbstractThe paper regards the LongYang Grorge reservoirs, Which is the main project of the sixth five-year and seventh five-year plan,as a example,basing on theore-period work,experiencing the observation and inspection of deformability slopes in the first stage of  reservoirs, itsystematicly summarizes,the characteristic and deformability principle of the slops in both post and present(she reservoir run); generalizes the characteristic,forming process,model of huge landslie; analysizes and predicts the condition, processing, changing tendency of slopes, and the possible locations, columes, slideing velocities, times of huge landslides, and the middle-long-time stability of slope in the running.
ISBN7-5364-3458-8
Document Type专著章节文集论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/17558
Collection成都山地所知识仓储(2009年以前)
Affiliation中国科学院、水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
王成华,黄大廷,刘新民,等. 层状半成岩库岸运行期变形破坏过程及中长期稳定性预测. 滑坡研究与防治 1. 成都:四川科学技术出版社,1996:1-28.
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