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Alternative TitleTexture of a Debris Flow Body
Publication Place重庆
Keyword结构 泥石流体
AbstractTextures of a debris flow body mean various forms of jioning and arrangement between clay particles, sand grains, stones and water. In debris flows, there are 3 closely relative textures: network, netwok-grain, and latticework. The network texture is produced by the flocculation of clay prticles in water. According to different clay contents, this texture can be subivided into four: loose close, closer and closest. The network-grain texture is formed when sand grains are bound in the network. In the light of different sand contentes, 4 subtypes can divided from the texture, i. e. suspended, translitional, filled and inlaid. The latticework texture is composed of stones and the slurry with network-grain texture. Acorrding to different stone contentst, this texture can be subclassed into four: starlike suspended, supported, overlapped and mounted. The above 3 textures are in the possession of fine grain slurry, coarse grain slurry (earth flow and single-phase flow of mueddy water), and debris flow, respectively. All kinds of textures can be distinguished with the aid of the volume weight and grain composition of debris flows or earth flows. There textures determine the nature and movement laws of debris flows.
Other Abstract泥石流体的结构,指的是泥石流体中的粘粒、沙粒、石块和含电解质水之间的各种联结、排列的形式。泥石流体的结构类型和强度主要取决于这四个组成部分的性质及它们在泥石流体中的各自的含量。
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吴积善. 泥石流体的结构. 重庆:科学技术出版社重庆分社,1981:58-66.
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