Earthquake-induced landslides : initiation and run-out analysis by considering vertical seismic loading, tension failure and the trampoline effect / Yingbin Zhang.

Zhang, Yingbin author.
Singapore : Springer ; Beijing : Science Press, [2018]
Springer natural hazards
Springer natural hazards, 2365-0656
xxiv, 195 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm.
Landslide hazard analysis.
Earthquake hazard analysis.
Preface; Contents; Notations and Acronyms; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Introduction; Abstract; 1.1 Background; 1.1.1 Landslide; 1.1.2 Earthquake-Induced Landslides; 1.2 Preventive Countermeasures and Two Major Issues; 1.3 Scope and Objectives; 1.4 Monograph Organization; References; 2 Review of Studies on Earthquake-Induced Landslides; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Seismic Slope Stability Analysis; 2.2.1 Pseudo-Static Methods; Magnitude; Direction; Acting Point; 2.2.2 Dynamic Sliding Block Methods; Extensions; Applications Regional Scale Analysis2.2.3 Stress-Strain Methods; Continuous Methods; Discontinuous Methods; 2.3 Landslide Run-Out Analysis; 2.3.1 Experiment Methods; 2.3.2 Empirical Methods; Regression Model-Based Methods; Geomorphology-Based Methods; 2.3.3 Analytical Methods; 2.3.4 Numerical Simulation Methods; Continuous Methods; Discontinuous Methods; 2.4 Comparisons of Various Methods and Conclusions; References; 3 Seismic Slope Stability Analysis by Considering Tension Crack; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Numerical Simulation Method
3.2.1 Failure Mechanism in the FLAC3D3.2.2 Dynamic Formulation; Brief Description of Dynamic Analysis Using FLAC3D; Modeling with FLAC3D; Earthquake Loading; 3.2.3 Results; Stress and Tension Failure; FOS Based on Tension-Shear Failure Mechanism; 3.2.4 Discussions; Tensile-Shear Failure Mechanism Versus Shear-Only Failure Mechanism; Shape of Slip Surface; Progressive Failure; 3.3 Comparison of Limit Analysis and Numerical Simulation; 3.3.1 Comparison of the Depth of Tension Failure; 3.3.2 Comparison of FOS
3.3.3 Comparison of the Shape of Slip Surface3.4 Conclusions; References; 4 Run-Out Analysis of Earthquake-Induced Landslides; Abstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Trampoline Effect Induced by Extreme Seismic Loadings; 4.2.1 Extreme Seismic Loading; 4.2.2 Trampoline Effect; 4.2.3 Verification of Trampoline Effect Using DDA; 4.3 Existing Long Run-Out Models; 4.3.1 Fluidizations; 4.3.2 Air Cushion; 4.3.3 Liquefaction; 4.4 Multiplex Acceleration Model (MAM) and Extension; 4.4.1 Single Sliding Model; 4.4.2 Multi-movement Model; References
5 Extension of Discontinuous Deformation Analysis and Application in Run-Out Analysis of Earthquake-Induced LandslidesAbstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Theory of DDA; 5.2.1 Basic Theory and Time Discretization; 5.2.2 Contact Mechanism; 5.3 Validation of Static Sliding; 5.3.1 Limitation of the Original DDA; 5.3.2 Extension of the Original DDA by Importing Edge-to-Edge Contact; 5.3.3 Validation of Static Sliding Block; 5.3.4 Remarks; 5.4 Validation of Dynamic Block Model; 5.4.1 Effects of Model Types on the Residual Displacement
Includes bibliographical references.
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