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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH3.07 Mechanics of Mass Flows (co-listed in GM)

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Chou, H; Chang, Y
Mobilization Process of Landslide-Induced Debris Flows

Lajeunesse, E.; Deboeuf, S.; Dauchot, O.; Andreotti, B.
Formation of levees in a laboratory dry granular flow

Davies, T R H; McSaveney, M J
Dynamic rock fragmentation in grain flow: application to large mass movements

Mourgues, R.M.
High pore fluid pressure effects on granular material behaviour and granular slope instability triggering

Kaitna, K; Rickenmann, R; Schneiderbauer, S
Flow experiments in a rotating drum and a conveyor belt flume

Uttini, A.; Apuani , T.; Masetti, M.
The Sciara del Fuoco debris stability (Stromboli volcano, Italy): a distinct element numerical modelling of possible triggering mechanisms.

Girolami, L.; Druitt, T. H.; Roche, O.
Transport and sedimentation of laboratory ash flows

Miyamoto, K.; Itoh, T.
Treatments of static friction force in numerical simulation for mass movements

Hotta, N; Miyamoto, K
Phase transition in debris flows over a rigid bed

Recovery of strength along shear surface in clay soils

Thielemann, A.; Daut, G.; Mäusbacher, R.
Sedimentological and chronological investigations of debris flow events and the associated sediment dynamic of the alpine lake Pragser Wildsee (Lago di Braies).

Taberlet, N.; Richard, P.; Delannay, R.
Density inversion in rapid granular flows: the supported regime

Bartelt, P.; McArdell, B.; Platzer, K.; Buser, O.
Basal Shear Relationships for Debris Flows and Snow Avalanches: When can Pouliquen’s Granular Model be Applied?

Schneider, D.; Huggel, C.; McArdell, B.; Bartelt, P.; Haeberli, W.
The influence of ice on the mobility of rapid rock-ice mass movements: a concept for systematic research

Kowalski, JK; Bartelt, PB; Jim McElwaine, JM
Twophase debris flows modeling

Sosio, R.; Crosta, G.B.
Rheological characterization of large particle fluids

Pavanelli, N.; Falorni, G.
Lahar modeling at Irazu volcano (Costa Rica)

Pagliardi, M; Breien, H; Issler, D; Elverh\o i, A
Application of PIV technique to subaqueous and subaerial debris flows

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