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The need for experimental studies on breaching flow slides. / Alhaddad, Said; Labeur, Robert Jan; Uijttewaal, Wim.

2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil-Water-Structure Interaction. 2019. p. 166-172 mpm2019.27.

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Alhaddad, S, Labeur, RJ & Uijttewaal, W 2019, The need for experimental studies on breaching flow slides. in 2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil-Water-Structure Interaction., mpm2019.27, pp. 166-172, MPM 2019: 2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil–Water–Structure Interaction, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 8/01/19.

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Alhaddad, S., Labeur, R. J., & Uijttewaal, W. (2019). The need for experimental studies on breaching flow slides. In 2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil-Water-Structure Interaction (pp. 166-172). [mpm2019.27]

Vancouver

Alhaddad S, Labeur RJ, Uijttewaal W. The need for experimental studies on breaching flow slides. In 2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil-Water-Structure Interaction. 2019. p. 166-172. mpm2019.27

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Alhaddad, Said ; Labeur, Robert Jan ; Uijttewaal, Wim. / The need for experimental studies on breaching flow slides. 2nd International Conference on the Material Point Method for Modelling Soil-Water-Structure Interaction. 2019. pp. 166-172

BibTeX

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abstract = "Recent studies have revealed that breaching, rather than liquefaction, is the dominant failure process in underwater slopes of fine sand and the main driver of observed flow slides in nature. As a result, breaching is getting more attention from hydraulic and geotechnical researchers. Measurements of breaching-generated turbidity currents are substantial for understanding the interaction between the turbidity current and the slope surface, as well as for the validation of numerical models. However, these measurements are scarce in the literature. To this end, laboratory experiments are planned to be carried out in the water lab of Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. This paper describes the special experimental setup that will be employed to obtain the required data.",
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