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Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides

J. N. Hutchinson

Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides

by J. N. Hutchinson

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Published by Published for the British Geomorphological Research Group by Geo Abstracts in Norwich .
Written in English


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Statementby J.N. Hutchinson.
SeriesTechnical bulletin / British Geomorphological Research Group -- no.30, Technical bulletin (British Geomorphological Research Group) -- no.30.
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Open LibraryOL20418161M

  This book discusses, the GIS-based landslide hazard assessment, which is one of geotechnical engineering approaches based on the physical term, is considered as an acceptable method for analyzing the safety factor of the landslide and for mapping three-dimensionally and probabilistically landslide hazard. Most common types of landslides in Nepal and their consequent phenomena are: • Rock fall: Abrupt movements of rocks that free fall or roll or bounce • Debris slides: Down slope movement (sliding) of debris caused by shear failure (rotational) on a distinct surface or by sliding shallow debris without a distinct slip surface (translational).

Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides [] Hutchinson, J. N. Norwich, England: published for the British Geomorphological Research Group by Geo Abstracts Ltd., c Swedish slip circle method of analysis landslides and their general terms. Natural process of of limit equilibrium methods, several slip surfaces should be analyzed to find the critical slip surface. These types considered on an assumed or known potential slip surface below the soil or rock mass. In rock slope engineering.

To solve this problem, a new two-phase search method is proposed: a newly proposed inversion method to determine the critical slip surface parameters, using a new bionics algorithm (i.e., particle swarm optimization), and based on the measured slip surface and the critical slip surface . consideration of slip surface geometry of landslides in designing stabilization measures. irregular, basal slip surfaces are common in landslides in massive clayey rocks and may be significant enough in larger landslides to warrant special subsurface exploration and design studies.


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Get this from a library. Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides. [J N Hutchinson]. Methods to detect slip surface of a landslide that is yet to trigger. This book one of the best references to issues of landslides and earthquakes. moisture content. It would give accurate. Slope stability analysis is a static or dynamic, analytical or empirical method to evaluate the stability of earth and rock-fill dams, embankments, excavated slopes, and natural slopes in soil and rock.

Slope stability refers to the condition of inclined soil or rock slopes to withstand or undergo stability condition of slopes is a subject of study and research in soil mechanics. A useful review of the various methods used for locating the slip surfaces beneath landslides is given by Hutchinson, ref.

[ Ii Graphical methods for estimating the depth of slip surface using elementary cross-sections have been described by Varnes, [2] and [3], and methods of predicting the position of the slip Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides book surface measurements are Cited by: 4.

described in most geophysics text book. J.N. () Methods of locating slipsurfaces in. This precondition is usually accomplished in landslides, where a slip surface represents a.

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Landslides. Edited by John J. Clague, Landslide slip surfaces: Their origins, behaviour and geometry. Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides.

Bulletin of the Association of Engineering Geology, 20, – Carter M, Bentley SP () The geometry of slip surfaces beneath landslides: prediction from surface measurements.

Can Geotech J – CrossRef Google Scholar de Kemp EA () Visualization of complex geological structures using 3-D Bezier construction tools. Contact methods for locating landslide slip surfaces, such as trial pits, boreholes, inclinometers, and geophysical exploration surveys are expensive, time consuming, and may require extensive fieldwork in hazardous areas, as well as repeated maintenance when slide deformation destroys instrumentation or access to the subsurface.

This study aims to find the shape and location slip surface landslide on segment Purwantoro - Nawangan Km 89 + with the interpretation of soil test results. This research method is with the interpretation of CPT test and Bore Hole as well as modeling use limit equilibrium method and finite element method.

Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides. Bulletin of International Association of Engineering Geologists, 20, – Hutchinson, J.N.

A similar definition of the slip surface using microseismic measurements is described by Piteau et al. () in studies at the Downie slide, British Columbia in Canada. The prediction of not only impending failure, but also the location of the slip surface within a landslide, makes microseismic monitoring an attractive technique and should.

Landslide - Landslide - Landslide mitigation and prevention: Landslides pose a recurrent hazard to human life and livelihood in most parts of the world, especially in some regions that have experienced rapid population and economic growth. Hazards are mitigated mainly through precautionary means—for instance, by restricting or even removing populations from areas with a history of landslides.

A list of publications in scientific journals and books since that utilize geophysical monitoring applied to landslides is shown in showing changes in the location of the potential slip surface postfailure. Even with the incorporation of multiple geophysical methods to landslide monitoring, the sensitivity of the geophysical method.

Hutchinson JN () Methods of locating slip surfaces in landslides. Bull Assoc Eng Geol XX(3)– Google Scholar Hutchinson JN, Bhandari, RK () Undrained loading: a fundamental mechanism of mudflows and other mass movements.

Location of failure slip surfaces plays a critical role in landslide risk assessment and mitigation, particularly for unstable slopes, because it is a key input to design of stabilisation measures for unstable slopes and it determines the volume of the sliding soil mass (i.e.

landslide consequence). Landslides occur throughout the world, under all climatic conditions and terrains, cost billions in monetary losses, and are responsible for thousands of deaths and injuries each year. Often, they cause long-term economic disruption, population displacement, and negative effects on the natural environment.

this book. Thanks also to those who gave permission to use their previously published text, Methods of Biotechnical Landslide Mitigation.

viii Part B. Simple Mitigation Techniques for Home and Businesses the head and toe surfaces of a slope C2. Illustration of the difference in stability of loading either the head or. The landslide bodies were small with respect to the flow length, and the slip surfaces were parallel to the slope surface.

The majority of the landslides initiated within residual soils in hollows and open slopes with a slope steepness ranging from 35 to 42 ∘ (Velásquez and Mejía, ).

The landslides often cause disasters and damage to people and their properties at the mountainous areas around the world; these disasters cause casualties and economic losses, such as housing, infrastructure, public services, roads, bridges, hospitals, etc., and the interruption of the normal activities of the region, such as agriculture, livestock, commerce, tourism, financial transactions, etc.

Geological Development of Landslides ThAndeir Age Chapter 5 Geological Definition of the Main Landslide Types Slope Movements of Surface Deposits Creep of Debris Bending of Beds Sheet Slides Earthflows Earthflow Near Handlova Debris Flows Landslides Caused By the Outwashing of Sand.

The term landslide or less frequently, landslip, refers to several forms of mass wasting that include a wide range of ground movements, such as rockfalls, deep-seated slope failures, mudflows, and debris ides occur in a variety of environments, characterized by either steep or gentle slope gradients, from mountain ranges to coastal cliffs or even underwater, in which case they are.Stability Modeling with SLOPE/W An Engineering Methodology June Edition GEO-SLOPE International Ltd.presenting a current state-of-the-art on the application of surface geophysical methods to landslide characterization and focuses on recent papers (after ) published in peer-reviewed International Journals.

Until recently, geophysical techniques have been relatively little used for the reconnaissance of landslides for at least two main reasons.