By Aronne Armanini, Masanori Michiue
The publication offers a normal review of modern techniques to clutter flows. difficulties of either occurrences and dynamics of particles circulate are handled, bearing in mind new effects from theoretical and experimental study and box observations. ultimately, the functioning of the most keep watch over units are reconsidered within the mild of the cutting-edge.
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0 M l I 1 SEC Fig. 4. Development of roll waves along a channel (Mayer, 1959) VW 9 9 B 9 9 * ~ ~ i h moving stationary Fig. 5. Surge advancing into stationary material (Eq. R. Davies water) results from density terms cancelling out and viscosity not being a factor (since energy dissipation is not considered). , the same material is found in the surge and in the preceding (stationary flow); this is not the case with T y p e A flows. Data from Jiangjia Ravine (Kang, 1987) record observations of surge height and velocity in Type B flows, but unfortunately do not give information about the depth of stationary slurry preceding the surge.
A preliminary analysis of the characteristics of debris flow. , Int. Syrup. , Beijing, China, 1, 213-226. Li Jan; Yuan Jianmo; Bi Cheng and Luo Defu (1983). The main features of the mudflow in Jiangjia Ravine. Zeit. , 27, 3, 325-341. Li Jan and Luo Defu (1981). The formation and characteristics of mudflow and flood. Zeit. , 25, 4, 470-484. G. (1959). Roll waves and slug flows in open channels. J. Hydraul. Div. , 85, 99-141. C. (1980). Erosion and deposition by debris flows at Mt Thomas, North Canterbury, New Zealand.
A mathematical model for runoff of debris and water flows is derived. This model results in the instantaneous unit hydrograph when no debris 22 M. H_irano flow occurs. The applicability of this model was verified by adopting to the debris flows in Sakurajima and Unzen Volcanoes. 3. The derived equation for debris flow discharge gives the theoretical basis to an empirical method which uses the cumulative rainfall and rainfall intensity at the moment to forecast the occurrence of debris flow. 405-435 (in Japanese).
Recent Developments on Debris Flows (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) by Aronne Armanini, Masanori Michiue