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    Analysis of the Mechanisms Underpinning Rainstorm-Induced Landslides

    Shaojie Feng*, Leipeng Liu, Chen Gao, Hang Hu

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.19, No.5, pp. 1189-1201, 2023, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2023.023637

    Abstract The present study considers the damage mechanisms and the rainfall infiltration process responsible for landslide phenomena which originate from accumulation slopes. Accordingly, a physical test model is developed for different slopes and different rainfall conditions. Moreover, a three-dimensional laser scanner and a camera are used to monitor the slope erosion and the landslide dynamic evolution. Using this approach, the time variation curves of volumetric water content, pore water pressure, soil pressure, slope deformation, and damage are determined. The results show that under similar conditions, similar trends of the pore water pressure are achieved for different slopes and rainfall intensities. More > Graphic Abstract

    Analysis of the Mechanisms Underpinning Rainstorm-Induced Landslides

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    On the Stability of Carbon Shale Slope under Rainfall Infiltration

    Haifeng Huang1, Zhao Li2,*, Junhui Luo1, Zhenchao Chang1

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.17, No.6, pp. 1165-1178, 2021, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2021.017256

    Abstract Carbonaceous shale is a sedimentary rock containing a large amount of dispersed carbonaceous organic material. It is easy to crack and soften when exposed to water. In the present work, the stability of such a rock and its sensitivity to the formation of infiltrations due to rainfall are analyzed numerically using the GeoStudio software. The slope stability coefficient is calculated and verified using the landslide thrust calculation method. The results show that under the action of heavy rainfall, water infiltrates into the slope layer by layer, and, accordingly, the soil volume water content is different with respect to that typical… More >

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