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

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Ancey, C; Cochard, S; Rentschler, M; Vollmoeller, P; Wiederseiner, S
Similarity solutions for a gravity current in the high Reynolds-number limit for the shallow-water equations

Pudasaini, S. P.; Hutter, K.
Modelling debris flows down general channels: Theory, simulation and experiments

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

Kaitna, R.; Rickenmann, D.
Flow experiments with particles in a viscous fluid in a vertically rotating drum

Stolz, A. ; Huggel, C.
An evaluation of different flow models and varying DEM grid size for debris flows in the Swiss National Park

Amitrano, D.; Gaffet, S.; Mallet, J-P; Maquaire, O.
An experience of seismic monitoring for understanding muddy landslides: the case of Super-Sauze (South French Alps)

McArdell, B.W.; Bartelt, P.
Basal fluid pore pressure observations in debris flows at the field scale

Bartelt, P.; Buser, O.
Fluctuation-dissipation theorems for granular avalanches

Bon, A.; Mangeney, A.; Kelfoun, K.; Labazui, P.; Bouchut, F.; Vilotte, J.P.
Numerical modelling of the Socompa avalanche using a numerical model taking into account the complex 3d topography effects

Chambon, G.; Laigle, D.; Magnin, A.; Jossic, L.
Formation and influence of granular fronts in debris flows: an experimental approach

Crosta, G.B.; Frattini, P.; Fusi, N. ; Sosio, R.
Fragmentation characteristics in rock avalanche deposits

Deparis, J.; Jongmans, D.; Cotton, F.; Thouvenot, F.
Analysis of seismic records of rock falls in the French Alps

Kowalski, J.; McArdell, B.W.; Bartelt, P.
A comparison of two approaches to modeling multiphase gravity currents

Dunning, S.A.; Davies, T.R.; McSaveney, M.J.
Internal processes of rock avalanches and their relation to sedimentology

Deboeuf, S. ; Lajeunesse, E.; Dauchot, O.; Andreotti, B
Experimental investigation of the ''levées'' formation after unconfined granular flows

McElwaine, J; Turnbull, B; Ancey, C
KSB powder snow avalanche model

Staron, L. ; Hinch, E. J.; Larrieu, E.
Spreading dynamics of a granular mass: material properties, initial condition and consequences for continuous modelling

Patra, A.; Pitman, E.; Le, L.; Dalbey, K. ; Bursik, M.; Sheridan, M.
Modeling realistic hazardous geophysical mass flows using a range of one and two phase models in the

Nsom, B.
Modeling the open-channel flow of muddy fluids

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