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IJEGE 08 - Volume 01
Design criteria usually applied to estimate the impact force acted by a fluid-like debris flow against a structure generally neglect the actions arising during the initial phase of the impact phenomenon. Recent theoretical studies, mainly developed in the field of coastal engineering, point out, however, the importance of this phase; unfortunately, impact tests reported in literature do not supply results useful to propose simple, but reliable, rules to design safeguarding measures, since recorded impact pr
IJEGE 08 - Volume 01
An experimental investigation was made on the mechanical behavior of mixtures constituted by sand (SW) and clayey silt (CL), in relation to dry density. The materials analyzed are from “Lisciani di Pantalla,” a locality in Umbria situated between Perugia and Todi (Central Italy). The results of the consolidated drained direct shear tests showed that the mixtures analyzed have maximum cohesion for a dry density values less than maximum dry density. The angle of internal friction, at least for the dry sid
IJEGE 08 - Volume 01
The study of natural slope morphodynamic represents a complex topic involving many different features, among which geological and structural settings, kinds of landform and process activity, groundwater seepage, climatic conditions and rheological behaviour of involved rock masses also related to weathering processes. Paper deals with an area located in the south-east side of Calabria (Serre Massif); in an area inclusive of Allaro and Amusa Fiumare (RC). The geological and morpho-tectonic sketch of this are
IJEGE 08 - Volume 01
Flowslides are quite frequent phenomena in Campania region and present a serious hazard to the community as evidenced by the large number of victims and the huge economic damage caused over the last few years. In this work a method for assessing the triggering susceptibility to this type of landslide is proposed. It utilizes the overlay mapping technique, has a geomorphological approach and takes into account a great quantity of morphometric data, collected from over 187 flowslides in recent years. By takin
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