Prediction and Simulation Methods for Geohazard Mitigation
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Prediction and Simulation Methods for Geohazard Mitigation
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Prediction and Simulation Methods for Geohazard Mitigation

Author: Fusao Oka, Akira Murakami and Sayuri Kimoto | Size: 23.88 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: CRC Press/Balkema | Year: 2009 | pages: 575 | ISBN: 9780203871041

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PREDICTION AND SIMULATION
METHODS FOR GEOHAZARD MITIGATION (IS-KYOTO2009), KYOTO, JAPAN, 25–27 MAY 2009

The themes of prediction and simulation methods for geohazard mitigation include:
1. Mechanisms of geohazards, namely, heavy rains, floods, typhoons, earthquakes, landslides, slope and snow slides, tsunamis, land subsidence, coastal erosion, etc.
2. Numerical and analytical simulation methods for geohazards, including conventional and advanced methods, FDM, FEM, Extended FEM, DEM, SPH and MPM.
3. Advanced constitutive modeling of geomaterials and numerical implementations and constitutive parameter determination using laboratory and field test results.
4. Thermo-hydro-mechanical instabilities, namely, large deformations, strain localization, progressive failure,liquefaction, ground water flow analysis, the rapid flow of complex geofluids such as mud flow, etc.
5. Monitoring and non-destructive investigative methods for geostructures during/after floods, earthquakes,heavy rains, etc. and design methods.
6. Evaluation of existing prediction methods, performance-based design methods aided by advanced numerical modeling, risk analysis, and the management of mitigation programs.
7. Case records of geohazards and mitigation projects.

A total of 89 papers on the above topics have been contributed from 18 countries. The members of the Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Committee reviewed 116 papers. The editors believe that all of the papers, presentations, and discussions during the symposium will open the door to new areas of research and engineering for the mitigation of geohazards.

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