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A debris-flow simulation model for the evaluation of protection structures
Tsai Yuanfan
Corresponding AuthorTsai, YF
AbstractDebris flow is the flow of a solid-fluid mixture and in this investigation it is treated as the flow of a continuum in routing. A numerical model is proposed describing debris flow including erosion and deposition processes with suitable boundary conditions. The numerical model is applied to evaluate the effects of protection structures against debris flow caused by heavy rainfall on the Shen-Mu Stream of Nantou County located in central Taiwan. Simulation results indicated that the proposed model can offer useful pre-planning guidelines for engineers.
KeywordDebris Flow Numerical Simulation
Document Type期刊论文
CollectionJournal of Mountain Science_Journal of Mountain Science-2007_Vol4 No.3
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Tsai Yuanfan. A debris-flow simulation model for the evaluation of protection structures[J]. JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE,2007,4(3):193–202.
APA Tsai Yuanfan.(2007).A debris-flow simulation model for the evaluation of protection structures.JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE,4(3),193–202.
MLA Tsai Yuanfan."A debris-flow simulation model for the evaluation of protection structures".JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE 4.3(2007):193–202.
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