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1 OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH AT HOME AND ABROAD
2 SIMILAR SIMULATION TEST OF LANDSLIDE FIELF
2.1 PURPOSE AND SIGNIFICANCE
2.2 SIMULATED TEST SITE
2.3 FIELD SIMULATION TEST OF LANDSLIDE TRIGGERED BY ARTIFICIAL RAINFALL
2.4 FIELD SIMULATION TEST OF LANDSLIDE INDUCED BY MECHANICAL EXCAVATION
2.5 MAIN CONCLUSIONS
3 ROCKFALL MECHANISM AND BLOCK THEORETICAL STABILITY ANALYSIS
3.1 GENERATION MECHANISM OF ROCKFALL
3.2 STABILITY ANALYSIS OF SLIDING ROCKFALL BLOCK THEORY
3.3 STABILITY CALCULATION FOR POTENTIAL ROCKFALL
3.4 CHAPTER SUMMARY
4 POTENTIAL HAZARD PREDICTION OF COLLAPSE
4.2 RESEARCH METHODS FOR PREDICTING POTENTIAL HAZARDS OF LANDSLIDES
4.3 KINEMATIC EQUATION OF ROCKFALL AND DETERMINATION OF ITS PARAMETERS
4.4 SUMMARY OF THIS CHAPTER
5 LABORATORY TEST
5.1 INDOOR COLLAPSE SIMULATION TEST CONCLUSION
5.2 INDOOR ACOUSTIC EMISSION TEST
5.3 IN-SITU ROCK ACOUSTIC EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS EXPERIMENT
5.4 MAIN CONCLUSIONS
6 DISASTER MECHANISM AND REGULARITY OF LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE ON HIGH-SPEED RAILWAY
6.1 DEVELOPMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
6.2 FORMATION CONDITIONS OF RAILWAY GEOLOGICAL DISASTERS
6.3 MAIN CONCLUSIONS
7 GEOLOGICAL BASIS
7.1 MONITORING AND PREDICTION OF LANDSLIDES AND COLLAPSES ON HIGH SPEED RAILWAY
7.2 STABILITY EVALUATION OF LANDSLIDES AND COLLAPSES
7.3 THE MAIN CONCLUSION
8 MONITORING TECHNOLOGY OF LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE OF HIGH SPEED RAILWAY
8.1 SUMMARY OF SLOPE INFORMATION MONITORING
8.2 MAJOR MONITORING INSTRUMENTS
8.3 COMMON MONITORING METHODS
8.4 COMPREHENSIVE MONITORING OF NETWORK LAYOUT
8.5 MONITORING DURATION AND FREQUENCY
8.6 TYPES AND ANALYSIS OF DEEP DISPLACEMENT CURVES
8.7 SLOPE AUTOMATION MONITORING SYSTEM
8.8 GROUP SURVEY AND GROUP PREVENTION MONITORING SYSTEM
8.9 TDR MONITORING SYSTEM RESEARCH
8.10 MAIN CONCLUSIONS
9 LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE PREDICTION TECHNOLOGY
9.1 BASIC PROBLEMS OF PREDICTION AND FORECASTING
9.2 THEORY AND METHOD OF LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE PREDICTION
9.3 COLLAPSE GRAY-MUTATION THEORY PREDICTION
9.4MONITORING DATA PROCESSING PROGRAM RESEARCH
10 MONITORING AND FORECASTING OF LANDSLIDES AND COLLAPSES IN VARIOUS STAGES OF HIGH-SPEED RAILWAYS
10.1 LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE MONITORING AND PREDICTION IN SURVEY AND DESIGN STAGE
10.2 MONITORING AND PREDICTION OF LANDSLIDES AND COLLAPSES IN CONSTRUCTION STAGE
10.3 MONITORING AND PREDICTION OF LANDSLIDES AND COLLAPSES IN OPERATION STAGE
10.4 MAIN CONCLUSIONS
11 RELYING ON ENGINEERING APPLICATION
11.1 QINGLONG LANDSLIDE MONITORING AND FORECASTING TECHNOLOGY
11.2 MONITORING AND PREDICTION ANALYSIS OF PU'ANTANG COLLAPSE
11.3 HUAI SHAOHENG RAILWAY DK324 SLOPE SLIP ANALYSIS
12 IN Conclusion
Rock Mechanics and Engineering: Prediction and Control of Landslides and Geological Disasters presents the state-of-the-art in monitoring and forecasting geotechnical hazards during the survey and design, construction, and operation of a railway. This volume offers the latest research and practical knowledge on the regularity of disaster-causing activities, and the monitoring and forecasting of rockfalls, landslides, and debris flow induced by rainfall and human activity. The book gives guidance on how to optimize railway design, prevent and control measures during construction, and geological hazard remediation. The book also advises engineers on how to achieve traffic safety on high-speed railways.
Eleven chapters present best practices in the prediction and control of landslides and rockfalls in geological disasters, derived from years of geotechnical engineering research and practice on high-speed railways in China. High-speed railways bring characteristic geotechnical challenges including a complete maintenance system, a long railway line, and the subjection of the geological body to cyclic loads. Since the damage to the geological body is influenced by fatigue as well as rock and soil strength and hydrology, the study of geotechnical hazards to high-speed rail is very complex. Monitoring and predicting such hazards on high-speed railways is a significant challenge to their safe construction and operation.
- Presents the latest technical achievement and development trends in landslide and rockfall forecasting
- Considers the challenges of high-speed railways to the prediction and control of geotechnical hazards
- Gives both in-situ and laboratory tests for rockfalls, and considers the collapse process of rock slopes
- Describes the principles of slope monitoring with specific reference to high-speed rail
- Details an automatic monitoring system for geotechnical hazards to high-speed rail
Engineers, engineering geologists, geotechnical engineers, geotechnical engineers specializing in hazards, structural engineers specializing in mountainous regions, engineers working in tunneling, rock engineering and soil mechanics
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st November 2020
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Helin Fu is Professor of Geotechnical and Underground Engineering in the School of Civil Engineering, Zhongnan University, China. He is the lead for bridge and tunnel engineering as a National Key Discipline, and has previously been Visiting Professor at Freiberg University of Technology, in Germany. He is Executive Director of the Tunnel and Underground Engineering branch of the China Society of Civil Engineering, and holds many other senior positions. He holds a PhD, and is a leader in the area of rock mechanics and engineering.
Professor, Geotechnical and Underground Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, Zhongnan University, China
Dr. Wei Chen is currently an associate professor and master tutor in the School of Civil Engineering, Central South University. He has more than 20 high-level professional papers published in international journals, and obtained 4 patents. His research topics are mainly related to fracture, damage, crack propagation and time-dependent damage characteristics of rock, concrete and masonry structures, mechanical properties of rock under multi-field coupling condition, stability and safety analysis of landslide. He has several research projects which are respectively funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, and China State Railway Group Co.,Ltd. In addition, he is the reviewer for several international journals, for example, Engineering Geology, Engineering with Computers, Geotechnique, Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, and Canadian Geotechnical Journal.
Associate Professor and Master Tutor, School of Civil Engineering, Central South University, Changsha, China
Jiajun Fu is a Bachelor student in School of computer science and technology, Beijing University of posts and telecommunications. His research topics are mainly related to big data analysis and process. He has participated in several research projects. He has several high-level technical papers published in journals, and obtained 1 patent.
Bachelor Student, School of computer science and technology, Beijing University of posts and telecommunications, Beijing, China
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