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標題: Application of simulation technique on debris flow hazard zone delineation: a case study in the Daniao tribe, Eastern Taiwan
作者: Tsai, M.P.
Hsu, Y.C.
Li, H.C.
Shu, H.M.
Liu, K.F.
關鍵字: numerical-simulation
inclined plane
roll waves
mud flow
fluid
slow
model
layer
law
期刊/報告no:: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Volume 11, Issue 11, Page(s) 3053-3062.
摘要: Typhoon Morakot struck Taiwan in August 2009 and induced considerable disasters, including large-scale landslides and debris flows. One of these debris flows was experienced by the Daniao tribe in Taitung, Eastern Taiwan. The volume was in excess of 500 000 m(3), which was substantially larger than the original design mitigation capacity. This study considered large-scale debris flow simulations in various volumes at the same area by using the DEBRIS-2D numerical program. The program uses the generalized Julien and Lan (1991) rheological model to simulate debris flows. In this paper, the sensitivity factor considered on the debris flow spreading is the amount of the debris flow initial volume. These simulated results in various amounts of debris flow initial volume demonstrated that maximal depths of debris flows were almost deposited in the same area, and also revealed that a 20% variation in estimating the amount of total volume at this particular site results in a 2.75% variation on the final front position. Because of the limited watershed terrain, the hazard zones of debris flows were not expanded. Therefore, the amount of the debris flow initial volume was not sensitive.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/70780
ISSN: 1561-8633
文章連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/nhess-11-3053-2011
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