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Development of the Damage Investigation Item to Debris Flow using the Delphi Method
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 Title & Authors
Development of the Damage Investigation Item to Debris Flow using the Delphi Method
Byun, Yo Seph; Kim, Min Gi; Park, Kyung Han; Oh, Tae Keun; Seong, Joo Hyun;
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 Abstract
Recently, the frequency and intensity of localized heavy rain and typhoon due to the abnormal climate has increased, and especially the damage by an avalanche of earth and rocks similar to the landslide of Umyeon Mountain has become a social issue. However, the standardized damage investigation method doesn`t yet exist, so the systematic analysis of the data has not been carried out. In this regard, this study developed assessment items to conduct standardized damage investigation of debris flow. To achieve this, preliminary assessment items were derived from analysis of literature review and the Delphi technique of 12 experts who are engaged in research facility, academia and industry was conducted. As a result, 29 assessment items which can be classified into 6 groups were determined. Surveying the relevant hand-on workers, details assessment items in each group were determined by exploratory factor analysis and reliability analysis.
 Keywords
debris flow;delphi technique;assessment items;
 Language
English
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