Multi-scale analysis of water alteration on the rockslope stability framework

@article{Dochez2013MultiscaleAO,
  title={Multi-scale analysis of water alteration on the rockslope stability framework},
  author={Sandra Dochez and Farid Laouafa and Christian Franck and Sylvine Gu{\'e}don and François Martineau and Julie D’Amato and Albane Saintenoy},
  journal={Acta Geophysica},
  year={2013},
  volume={62},
  pages={1025-1048}
}
Water is an important weathering factor on rock discontinuities and in rock mass mechanical behaviour because of its chemical features such as temperature, pH or salinity which make it a “good” candidate to rock degradation. Furthermore the increase of rainfall frequency or intensity highlights some problems on the rock slope stability analysis. This study aims to evaluate the effect of water flow on the rock slope stability and it is performed at two space scales: in situ scale and laboratory… CONTINUE READING

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