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Recent Advances in hypercomplex disaster simulations

  1. This study develops a new numerical simulation model for rubble mound failure prediction caused by piping destruction under seepage flows. The piping has been pointed out as a significant cause of breakwater f...

    Authors: Kumpei Tsuji, Mitsuteru Asai and Kiyonobu Kasama
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2023 10:1
  2. The numerical modelling of natural disasters such as landslides presents several challenges for conventional mesh-based methods such as the finite element method (FEM) due to the presence of numerically challe...

    Authors: Jonghyuk Baek, Ryan T. Schlinkman, Frank N. Beckwith and Jiun-Shyan Chen
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2022 9:20
  3. Mass-movement hazards involving fast and large soil deformation often include huge rocks or other significant obstacles increasing tremendously the risks for humans and infrastructures. Therefore, numerical in...

    Authors: Veronika Singer, Klaus B. Sautter, Antonia Larese, Roland Wüchner and Kai-Uwe Bletzinger
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2022 9:16
  4. This work presents a partitioned method for landslide-generated wave events. The proposed strategy combines a Lagrangian Navier Stokes multi-fluid solver with an Eulerian method based on the Boussinesq shallow...

    Authors: Miguel Masó, Alessandro Franci, Ignasi de-Pouplana, Alejandro Cornejo and Eugenio Oñate
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2022 9:15