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<p>Flysch formations are generally characterised by evident heterogeneity in the presence of low strength and tectonically disturbed structures. The complexity of these geological materials demands a more specialized geoengineering characterisation. <br />In ...
Reference: Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 6 (2014) 227-239
Landslide Brus was occurred in April 2005, near Brus village in Istria, Croatia. Landslide is typical block sliding and landslide body consists of practically unique flysch rock mass block, 150 m long and 35 m wide. Sliding was occurred momentary, without ...
Reference: Proceedings of the European Rock Mechanics Symposium (Eurock 2010)
In the present investigation, the safety of the northern slope of Delphi‟s archaeological site in Greece was investigated against rockfalls. The area consists of limestone lying over flysch. Threepossible rockfall rebound tracks, passing through the ancient ...
Filed under: Rock Mechanics -  Rock Falls
Reference: 8th International Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin, Patras 2010
The paper presents geological and engineering geological characteristics of the flysch in outlined area which is expected to have a lot of similarities with very well defined and investigated flysch deposits in Split.The investigated area belongs to the ...
Reference: II European Conference of International Association for Engineering Geology Madrid, Španjolska, 15.-19.09.2008.
Estimation of rock mass properties can be achieved by laboratory testing, in situ testing, back analysis or the use of rock mass classifications (GSI, RMR, Q, etc.). Although reasonable geotechnical parameters, from the use of the rock mass classification ...
Reference: IAEG2006 Paper number 314
This paper presents a methodology for estimating the properties of heterogenous rock masses such as flysch.
Reference: Bull. Engg. Geol. Env. 60, 85-92, 2001
In tunnelling through heterogeneous rock masses, such as the flysch, it is important to attempt to obtain reliable estimates of potential tunnelling problems as early as possible. This enables the tunnel designer to focus on the selection of optimum routes ...
Reference: Tunnels and Tunnelling International Part 1 – November 2000, Part 2 – December 2000.
The 570 m long Tarifa Experimental Gallery has allowed the investigation of three of the five flysch units involved in the future tunnel of Gibraltar. This Tunnel will have a length of 38 km approximately and will cross the Strait. For this reason, the results ...
Reference: International Conference on Geothecnical & Geological Engineering, Melbourne