Analysis of Dynamic Impact on A Ground Slope During Destruction of an Emergency House
A procedure to determine the static load equivalent to the mechanical impulse after hypothetical destruction of a many-storied emergency house is developed and applied to estimate plastic deformations of the hosting slope. The correctness of the analytical estimations and the finite-element modeling was confirmed by comparison with the available monitoring data.
Keywordsdynamic impact compressible soil shear deformations static load landslide finite elements numerical modeling
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