Rockslide runout prediction

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Version Notes:
UDEC 6.0

Level: Intermediate
Runs in Demo: No

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This example presents a UDEC analysis of the Checkerboard Creek Rock Slope, British Columbia, Canada to assess potential rockslide run-out characteristics. A Voronoi tessellation scheme is used to create a rock fabric that allows the moving rock slope to disaggregate.

Keywords:

  • rockslide
  • voronoi

Materials:

  • Granular
  • Igneous Rock
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