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Rockfall and Toppling Failure Simulation of Rock Slopes using 3-Dimensional Discontinuous Deformation Analysis

3차원 불연속변형해석법을 이용한 암반사면의 낙석과 전도 파괴 시뮬레이션

  • Received : 2012.06.04
  • Accepted : 2012.06.26
  • Published : 2012.06.30

Abstract

Many researches on disaster prevention using computer simulation methods can be performed to minimize the damage of property and to protect human life. Discontinuous deformation analysis (DDA) is a new computer simulation method to analyze the behavior of discontinuous rock masses. Since most rock slope problems are 3-dimensional in nature, 2-dimensional deformation analysis has limited application. In this study, the basic principles of 3-dimensional discontinuous deformation analysis are described. The newly developed 3-dimensional discontinuous deformation analysis method is proposed as the computer simulation method for discontinuous rock masses. Then, the failure behavior of rock slopes are simulated using 3-dimensional discontinuous deformation analysis. The simulation results are compared and examined with the failure behavior at the rock slopes. The results show the applicability of 3-dimensional discontinuous deformation analysis to analyze the deformation and failure mechanisms of rock slopes.

Keywords

Disaster prevention;Computer simulation method;3-dimensional discontinuous deformation analysis;Rock slope;Failure behavior

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