Fandom

VroniPlag Wiki

Analyse:Hja/Fragment 014 18

31.340Seiten in
diesem Wiki
Seite hinzufügen
Diskussion0

Störung durch Adblocker erkannt!


Wikia ist eine gebührenfreie Seite, die sich durch Werbung finanziert. Benutzer, die Adblocker einsetzen, haben eine modifizierte Ansicht der Seite.

Wikia ist nicht verfügbar, wenn du weitere Modifikationen in dem Adblocker-Programm gemacht hast. Wenn du sie entfernst, dann wird die Seite ohne Probleme geladen.


Typus
KomplettPlagiat
Bearbeiter
Graf Isolan
Gesichtet
No.png
Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite: 14, Zeilen: 18-35
Quelle: Chacon et al 2006
Seite(n): 374, Zeilen: 374:left col. 1-5 - right col. 1-5 - 375:left col. 1-23 - right col. 1-2
Frattini et al. (2004) also used physically based models to simulate transient hydrological and geotechnical processes on the slopes of Sarno (Southern Italy) affected by a May 1998 earthquake. They used an infinite slope stability analysis coupled with two simple hydrological models: a quasi-dynamic model to compute the contribution of lateral inflow to slope instability by simulating the time-dependent evolution of the water table; and a diffusion model used to consider the influence of water pore pressure developed from vertical infiltration during heavy rainstorms. The latter model succeeded in predicting correctly the triggering time of more than 70% of the landslides in an unstable area representing only 7.3% of the total catchments. The quasi-dynamic model was able to predict correctly slope instability in zero-order basins where the failures developed into large debris flows. The results confirmed the author’s view of the influence of both vertical and lateral water fluxes in the triggering of landslides during the Sarno earthquake.

Xie et al. (2004b) developed an excellent GIS application for landslide time-hazard assessment based on coupled infiltration and slope stability models that took account of increasing rainfall-induced pore water pressure using ArcGIS (ESRI). The case study area was about 3.4 km2 around Harabun, in the northern part of the Sasebo district, Kyushu (south-western Japan) where a representative landslide occurred in July 1997. Slope stability calculations were based on limit equilibrium plane failure, taking account also of time-space changes in geotechnical conditions with depth of the wetting front over time. The evolution of slope safety factor with time and the triggered landslide areas were shown in different maps.


Frattini, P., Crosta, G. B., Fusi, N., Dal Negro, P. (2004): Shallow landslides in pyroclastic soils: a distributed modeling approach for hazard assessment. Eng Geol 73(3–4):277–295.

Xie, M., Esaki, T., Cai, M. (2004b): A time-space based approach for mapping rainfall-induced shallow landslide hazard. Environmental Geology (2004) 46:840–850.

[Page 374]

Frattini et al. (2004) also used physically based models to simulate transient hydrological and geotechnical processes on the slopes of Sarno (Southern Italy) affected by a May 1998 earthquake. They used an infinite slope stability analysis coupled with two simple hydrological models: a quasi-dynamic model to compute the contribution of lateral inflow to slope instability by simulating the time-dependent evolution of the water table; and a diffusion model used to consider the influence of water pore pressure devel-

[Page 375]

oped from vertical infiltration during heavy rainstorms. The latter model succeeded in predicting correctly the triggering time of more than 70% of the landslides in an unstable area representing only 7.3% of the total catchment. The quasi-dynamic model was able to predict correctly slope instability in zero-order basins where the failures developed into large debris flows. The results confirmed the author’s view of the influence of both vertical and lateral water fluxes in the triggering of landslides during the Sarno earthquake.

Xie et al. (2004b) developed an excellent GIS application for landslide time-hazard assessment based on coupled infiltration and slope stability models that took account of increasing rainfall-induced pore water pressure using ArcGIS (ESRI). The case study area was about 3.4 km2 around Harabun, in the northern part of the Sasebo district, Kyushu (southwestern Japan) where a representative landslide occurred in July 1997. Slope stability calculations were based on limit equilibrium plane failure, taking account also of time– space changes in geotechnical conditions with depth of the wetting front over time. Maps showing the evolution of slope safety factor with time and the triggered landslide areas are shown in Fig. 11.


Frattini P, Crosta GB, Fusi N, Dal Negro P (2004) Shallow landslides in pyroclastic soils: a distributed modelling approach for hazard assessment. Eng Geol 73(3–4):277–295

Xie M, Esaki T, Cai M (2004b) A time-space based approach for mapping rainfall-induced shallow landslide hazard. Environ Geol 46:840–850

Anmerkungen

Although in most places nearly identical, the original source is not given by Hja.

Blindly copied, so that "the author’s view" changes from Chacón's to Hja's.

Although there is a reference for Xie et al. (2004b) in Hja there is none for Xie et al. (2004a).

Sichter
(Graf Isolan)

Auch bei Fandom

Zufälliges Wiki