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100 1  Zhang, Limin 
245 10 Dam Failure Mechanisms and Risk Assessment 
250    1st ed 
264  1 New York :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2016 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    1 online resource (499 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- 
       Foreword -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 
       About the Authors -- PART I Dam and Dike Failure Databases
       -- Chapter 1 Dams and Their Components -- 1.1 
       Classification of Dams -- 1.2 Constructed Embankment Dams 
       -- 1.3 Landslide Dams -- 1.4 Concrete Gravity Dams -- 1.5 
       Concrete Arch Dams -- 1.6 Dikes -- Chapter 2 Statistical 
       Analysis of Failures of Constructed Embankment Dams -- 2.1
       Database of Failures of Constructed Embankment Dams -- 2.2
       Failure Modes and Processes -- 2.2.1 Overtopping -- 2.2.2 
       Internal Erosion -- 2.3 Common Causes of Embankment Dam 
       Failures -- 2.4 Failure of Different Types of Embankment 
       Dams -- 2.4.1 Analysis of Homogeneous and Composite 
       Earthfill Dams -- 2.4.2 Analysis of Earthfill Dams 
       with Corewalls -- Chapter 3 Statistical Analysis of 
       Failures of Landslide Dams -- 3.1 Database of Failures 
       of Landslide Dams -- 3.1.1 Locations of Landslide Dams -- 
       3.1.2 Formation Times of Landslide Dams -- 3.1.3 Triggers 
       of Landslide Dams -- 3.1.4 Types of Landslide -- 3.1.5 Dam
       Heights and Lake Volumes -- 3.2 Stability, Longevity, 
       and Failure Modes of Landslide Dams -- 3.2.1 Stability 
       of Landslide Dams -- 3.2.2 Longevity of Landslide Dams -- 
       3.2.3 Failure Modes -- 3.3 Mitigation Measures 
       for Landslide Dams -- 3.3.1 Stages of Landslide Dam Risk 
       Mitigation -- 3.3.2 Engineering Mitigation Measures 
       for Landslide Dams -- 3.3.3 Engineering Measures 
       for the Landslide Dams Induced by the Wenchuan Earthquake 
       -- 3.3.4 Mitigation Measures for the Tangjiashan Landslide
       Dam -- Chapter 4 Statistical Analysis of Failures of 
       Concrete Dams -- 4.1 Database of Failures of Concrete Dams
       -- 4.2 Failure Modes and Processes -- 4.3 Common Causes 
       of Concrete Dam Failures -- Chapter 5 Statistical Analysis
       of Failures of Dikes -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Database 
       of Dike Breaching Cases 
505 8  5.3 Evaluation of Dike Failure Mechanisms -- 5.3.1 Most 
       Relevant Failure Mechanisms -- 5.3.2 Statistics 
       of Observed Failure Mechanisms -- PART II Dam Failure 
       Mechanisms and Breaching Process Modeling -- Chapter 6 
       Internal Erosion in Dams and Their Foundations -- 6.1 
       Concepts of Internal Erosion -- 6.2 Mechanisms 
       of Initiation of Internal Erosion -- 6.2.1 Concentrated 
       Leak Erosion -- 6.2.2 Backward Erosion -- 6.2.3 Contact 
       Erosion -- 6.2.4 Suffusion -- 6.3 Initiation 
       of Concentrated Leak Erosion Through Cracks -- 6.3.1 
       Causes of Concentrated Leak -- 6.3.2 Need for Studying 
       Soil Erodibility for Concentrated Leak Erosion -- 6.3.3 
       Laboratory Tests on Concentrated Leak Erosion -- 6.3.4 
       Factors Affecting Concentrated Leak Erosion -- 6.3.5 Soil 
       Dispersivity -- 6.4 Initiation of Backward Erosion -- 
       6.4.1 Susceptibility of a Dam or Dike to Backward Erosion 
       -- 6.4.2 Methods for Assessing Backward Erosion -- 6.4.3 
       Formation of a Pipe due to Backward Erosion -- 6.5 
       Initiation of Contact Erosion -- 6.5.1 Fundamental Aspects
       of Contact Erosion Process -- 6.5.2 Laboratory 
       Investigation on Contact Erosion -- 6.5.3 Threshold 
       of Contact Erosion -- 6.6 Initiation of Suffusion -- 6.6.1
       Control Parameters for Likelihood of Suffusion -- 6.6.2 
       Laboratory Testing of Suffusion -- 6.6.3 Geometrical 
       Criteria for Internal Stability of Soils -- 6.6.4 Critical
       Hydraulic Gradients for Suffusion -- 6.7 Filter Criteria -
       - 6.7.1 Functions of Filter -- 6.7.2 Filter Criteria -- 
       6.8 Continuation of Internal Erosion -- 6.9 Progression 
       of Internal Erosion -- 6.10 Suggested Topics for Further 
       Research -- Chapter 7 Mechanics of Overtopping Erosion of 
       Dams -- 7.1 Mechanics of Surface Erosion -- 7.1.1 
       Incipient Motion of Sediment -- 7.1.2 Sediment Transport -
       - 7.2 Determination of Erodibility of Soils -- 7.2.1 
       Critical Erosive Shear Stress -- 7.2.2 Coefficient 
       of Erodibility 
505 8  7.2.3 Laboratory Tests -- 7.2.4 Field Tests -- 7.2.5 
       Classification of Soil Erodibility -- 7.3 Characteristics 
       of Overtopping Erosion Failure of Dams -- 7.3.1 
       Homogeneous Embankment Dams with Cohesionless Materials --
       7.3.2 Homogeneous Embankment Dams with Cohesive Materials 
       -- 7.3.3 Composite Embankment Dams -- 7.4 Suggested Topics
       for Further Research -- Chapter 8 Dam Breach Modeling -- 
       8.1 Methods for Dam Breach Modeling -- 8.2 Dam Breaching 
       Data -- 8.2.1 Embankment Dam Breaching Data -- 8.2.2 
       Landslide Dam Breaching Data -- 8.2.3 Dike Breaching Data 
       -- 8.3 Empirical Analysis Methods -- 8.3.1 Multivariable 
       Regression -- 8.3.2 Empirical Breaching Parameters 
       for Constructed Embankment Dams -- 8.3.3 Empirical 
       Breaching Parameters for Landslide Dams -- 8.3.4 Empirical
       Breaching Parameters for Dikes -- 8.3.5 Comparison 
       of Breaching Parameters for Landslide Dams and Constructed
       Embankment Dams -- 8.4 Numerical Simulation of Overtopping
       Erosion -- 8.4.1 Simplified Physically Based Methods -- 
       8.4.2 Detailed Physically Based Methods -- 8.4.3 Case 
       Studies -- 8.5 Numerical Simulation of Internal Erosion --
       8.5.1 Continuum Methods -- 8.5.2 Particle Level Analysis -
       - 8.5.3 Case Studies -- Chapter 9 Analysis of Dam 
       Breaching Flood Routing -- 9.1 River Hydraulics -- 9.1.1 
       One-dimensional Models -- 9.1.2 Two-dimensional Models -- 
       9.2 Numerical Models for Flood Routing Analysis -- 9.2.1 
       One-dimensional Numerical Models -- 9.2.2 Two-dimensional 
       Numerical Models -- 9.2.3 Coupling of 1D/2D Numerical 
       Models -- 9.3 Example - Tangjiashan Landslide Dam Failure 
       -- 9.3.1 Geometric Information -- 9.3.2 Dam Breaching 
       Simulation -- 9.3.3 Boundary and Initial Conditions -- 
       9.3.4 Flood Routing Analysis and Results -- PART III Dam 
       Failure Risk Assessment and Management -- Chapter 10 
       Analysis of Probability of Failure of Dams -- 10.1 
       Introduction -- 10.2 Analysis Methods 
505 8  10.2.1 Failure Modes and Effects Analysis -- 10.2.2 Event 
       Tree -- 10.2.3 Fault Tree -- 10.2.4 First-order 
       Reliability Method/First-order Second-moment Method -- 
       10.2.5 Monte Carlo Simulation -- 10.2.6 Bayesian Networks 
       -- 10.3 Examples of Probabilistic Analysis of Dam Failure 
       -- 10.3.1 Probabilistic Analysis of Chinese Dam Distresses
       -- 10.3.2 Probabilistic Analysis of the Chenbihe Dam 
       Distresses Using Bayesian Networks -- Chapter 11 
       Vulnerability to Dam Breaching Floods -- 11.1 Concepts 
       of Vulnerability -- 11.2 Human Vulnerability to Dam 
       Breaching Floods -- 11.2.1 Human Stability in Flood -- 
       11.2.2 Influence Factors -- 11.2.3 Methods for Evaluating 
       Human Vulnerability Factor in a Flood -- 11.2.4 Database 
       of Fatalities in Dam/Dike Breaching or Other Floods -- 
       11.3 Bayesian Network Analysis of Human Vulnerability 
       to Floods -- 11.3.1 Bayesian Networks -- 11.3.2 Building 
       the Bayesian Network for Human Vulnerability -- 11.3.3 
       Quantifying the Networks -- 11.3.4 Validation of the Model
       -- 11.4 Damage to Buildings and Infrastructures -- 11.4.1 
       Flood Action on Buildings -- 11.4.2 Models for Building 
       Damage Evaluation -- 11.4.3 Relationship between Building 
       Damage and Loss of Life -- 11.5 Suggested Topics 
       for Further Research -- Chapter 12 Dam Failure Risk 
       Assessment -- 12.1 Risk and Risk Assessment -- 12.1.1 
       Definition of Risk -- 12.1.2 Risk Management -- 12.2 Dam 
       Failure Risk Analysis -- 12.2.1 Scope Definition -- 12.2.2
       Hazards Identification -- 12.2.3 Identification of Failure
       Modes -- 12.2.4 Estimation of Failure Probability -- 
       12.2.5 Evaluation of Elements at Risk -- 12.2.6 
       Vulnerability Evaluation -- 12.2.7 Risk Estimation -- 12.3
       Risk Assessment -- 12.3.1 Risk Tolerance Criteria -- 
       12.3.2 ALARP Considerations -- 12.4 Suggested Topics 
       for Further Research -- Chapter 13 Dam Failure Contingency
       Risk Management 
505 8  13.1 Process of Contingency Risk Management -- 13.1.1 
       Observation and Prediction -- 13.1.2 Decision-making -- 
       13.1.3 Warning -- 13.1.4 Response -- 13.1.5 Evacuation -- 
       13.2 Decision-making Under Uncertainty -- 13.2.1 Decision 
       Tree -- 13.2.2 Multi-phase Decision -- 13.2.3 Influence 
       Diagrams -- 13.3 Dynamic Decision-Making -- 13.3.1 Dam 
       Failure Emergency Management -- 13.3.2 Dynamic Decision-
       making Framework -- 13.3.3 Time Series Models 
       for Estimating Dam Failure Probability -- 13.3.4 
       Evaluation of the Consequences of Dam Failures -- 13.3.5 
       Features of DYDEM -- 13.4 Suggested Topics for Further 
       Research -- Chapter 14 Case Study: Risk-based Decision-
       making for the Tangjiashan Landslide Dam Failure -- 14.1 
       Timeline for Decision‐making for the Tangjiashan 
       Landslide Dam Failure -- 14.2 Prediction of Dam Break 
       Probability with Time Series Analysis -- 14.2.1 
       Forecasting Inflow Rates -- 14.2.2 Forecasting Lake Volume
       -- 14.2.3 Prediction of Dam Failure Probability -- 14.3 
       Simulation of Dam Breaching and Flood Routing -- 14.3.1 
       Simulation of Dam Breaching and Flood Routing in Stage 1 -
       - 14.3.2 Simulation of Dam Breaching and Flood Routing 
       in Stage 2 -- 14.3.3 Simulation of Dam Breaching and Flood
       Routing in Stage 3 -- 14.4 Evaluation of Flood 
       Consequences -- 14.4.1 Methodology -- 14.4.2 Calculated 
       Dam Break Flood Consequences -- 14.5 Dynamic Decision-
       making -- 14.5.1 Methodology -- 14.5.2 Dynamic Decision-
       making in Three Stages -- 14.6 Discussions -- 14.6.1 
       Influence of the Value of Human Life -- 14.6.2 Influence 
       of Failure Mode -- 14.6.3 Sensitivity of the Minimum 
       Expected Total Consequence -- PART IV Appendixes: Dam 
       Failure Databases -- Appendix A Database of 1443 Cases of 
       Failures of Constructed Dams -- Appendix B Database of 
       1044 Cases of Failures of Landslide Dams -- References -- 
       Index -- EULA 
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