Monitoring, Simulation, Prevention and Remediation of Dense and Debris Flows: Proceedings.1845641698
Monitoring, simulation, prevention and remediation of dense and debris flows Debris flows are often referred to as mudslides, mudflows, jökulhlaups, or debris avalanches. There is also a debris flow type that has rocky front called 'the head' and a 'tail' like wet concrete. This debris flow has been well reported in the scientific literature. ; proceedings.
Int'l Conference on Monitoring, Simulation, Prevention and Remeditation of Dense... (1st: 2006: Rhodes, Greece) Ed. by G. Lorenzini et al.
WIT transactions on ecology and the environment; v.90
The First International Conference on Monitoring, Simulation, Prevention and Remediation of Dense and Debris Flows was held in June 2006 in order to bring together engineers, scientists, and managers from laboratories, industry, government, and academia to exchange recent work in the field of environmental dense and hyperconcentrated flows, with an emphasis on the importance of numerical simulation and experimental measurements. Editors Lorenzini (U. of Bologna, Italy), Brebbia (Wessex Institute of Technology The overall aim of Wessex Institute is to develop a series of knowledge transfer mechanisms, particularly directed towards the exchange of information between academics and professional users within industry. , UK), and Emmanouloudis (Technical Educational Institute of Kavala, Greece) have organized the resulting 34 into sections on debris-flow modeling, debris-flow phenomenology phenomenology, modern school of philosophy founded by Edmund Husserl. Its influence extended throughout Europe and was particularly important to the early development of existentialism. , debris and hyper-concentrated flows, debris flow and landslide landslide, rapid slipping of a mass of earth or rock from a higher elevation to a lower level under the influence of gravity and water lubrication. More specifically, rockslides are the rapid downhill movement of large masses of rock with little or no hydraulic flow, phenomena after extreme events, debris-flow mobilization, debris-flow disaster mitigation, and case studies. The US office of WIT Press is Computational Mechanics Computational mechanics is the subject/profession concerned with the use of computational methods and devices to study phenomena governed by the principles of mechanics. Before the emergence of computational science (also called scientific computing) as a "third way" besides .
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