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Slope Stability Assessment on a Landslide Risk Area in Ulsan During Rainfall
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 Title & Authors
Slope Stability Assessment on a Landslide Risk Area in Ulsan During Rainfall
Kim, Jinwook; Shin, Hosung;
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 Abstract
Conventional warning criteria for landslides due to rainfall in broad regions have limitations, because they did not have proper reflection of topography, forest physiognomy, and unsaturated soil properties, et al. This study suggested a new stability model for unsaturated slope analyses during rainfall, considering rainfall pattern, geomorphological characteristics (slope angle, soil depth), engineering properties of unsaturated soils, and tree surcharge and root reinforcement. Stability analysis not considering root reinforcement and tree surcharge tends to over-predict a factor of safety in unsaturated slopes. Developed slope stability model was used to build database on the factor of safety in unsaturated slopes during rainfall, and it was integrated with GIS to do quantitative risk analysis in landslide risk areas specified in Ulju. Landslide risk areas were located at downstream of the point with sudden drop in safety factor, as well as at regions with low safety factor during rainfall.
 Keywords
Landslide risk assessment;Unsaturated infinite slope stability;GIS;
 Language
Korean
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