Modeling volcanic hazards on Italy ’ s Mount Vesuvius

@inproceedings{Neri2007ModelingVH,
  title={Modeling volcanic hazards on Italy ’ s Mount Vesuvius},
  author={Augusto Neri and Tomaso Esposti Ongaro and Gianluca Menconi and Mattia De’Michieli Vitturi and Carlo Cavazzoni and Giovanni Erbacci and Peter W. J. Baxter},
  year={2007}
}
[1] We applied a new simulation model, based on multiphase transport laws, to describe the 4D (3D spatial coordinates plus time) dynamics of explosive eruptions. Numerical experiments, carried out on a parallel supercomputer, describe the collapse of the volcanic eruption column and the propagation of pyroclastic density currents (PDCs), for selected medium scale (sub-Plinian) eruptive scenarios at Vesuvius, Italy. Simulations provide crucial insights into the effects of the generation… CONTINUE READING

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