El grup fa recerca en l’anàlisi, monitorització i modelització en enginyeria geològica, especialment l’anàlisi de les característiques i comportament dels massissos rocosos i l’avaluació de riscos geològics. Les principals línies de recerca són: 1) captura remota de dades geològiques; 2) construcció de models 3D del terreny; 3) caracterització, monitorització i modelització de la ruptura de massissos rocosos i de formacions superficials (en particular, esllavissades, fluxos torrencials i despreniments rocosos); 4) avaluació de a perillositat, vulnerabilitat i el risc; i 5) desenvolupament de sistemes d’alerta primerenca i d’alarma de fenòmens d’origen geològic.

http://futur.upc.edu/EnGeoModels

El grupo realiza investigación en el análisis, auscultación y modelización en ingeniería geológica, especialmente el análisis de las características y el comportamiento de macizos rocosos y la evaluación de riesgos geológicos. Las principales líneas de investigación son: 1) captura remota de datos geológicos; 2) modelización 3D de la estructura geológica del terreno; 3) caracterización, auscultación y modelización de los mecanismos de rotura de macizos rocosos y formaciones superficiales (en particular, deslizamientos, flujos torrenciales y desprendimientos rocosos); 4) evaluación de la peligrosidad, vulnerabilidad y riesgo; 5) desarrollo de sistemas de alerta temprana y alarma de fenómenos de origen geológico.

http://futur.upc.edu/EnGeoModels

The group performs research on the analysis, monitoring, and modelling in engineering geology focussing on the analysis of the characteristics and behaviour of the rock masses, and on the evaluation of geological risks. The main research interest is: 1) application of remote sensing techniques for the capture of geological data; 2) 3D modelling of the ground; 3) characterization, monitoring and modelling of failure mechanisms of the rock masses and surficial formations (particularly, landslides, torrential processes, and rockfalls); 4) hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment; 5) design of early warning and alarm systems of geological processes.

http://futur.upc.edu/EnGeoModels

The group performs research on the analysis, monitoring, and modelling in engineering geology focussing on the analysis of the characteristics and behaviour of the rock masses, and on the evaluation of geological risks. The main research interest is: 1) application of remote sensing techniques for the capture of geological data; 2) 3D modelling of the ground; 3) characterization, monitoring and modelling of failure mechanisms of the rock masses and surficial formations (particularly, landslides, torrential processes, and rockfalls); 4) hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment; 5) design of early warning and alarm systems of geological processes.

http://futur.upc.edu/EnGeoModels

Enviaments recents

  • Simulation of rockfall fragmentation mechanism in a GIS-based tool 

    Matas Casado, Gerard; Lantada Zarzosa, Maria de Las Nieves; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio (CRC Press, 2016)
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    Rockfalls are frequent instability processes in road cuts, open pit mines and quarries, steep slopes and cliffs. The attitude and persistency of joints within the rock mass define the size of kinematically unstable rock ...
  • Analysis of rock block fragmentation by means of real-scale tests 

    Ruiz Carulla, Roger; Matas Casado, Gerard; Prades Valls, Albert; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Lantada Zarzosa, Maria de Las Nieves; Buill Pozuelo, Felipe; Mavrouli, Olga Christina; Núñez Andrés, María Amparo; Moya Sánchez, José (Sage, 2016)
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  • Critical rainfall conditions for the initiation of torrential flows: results from the Rebaixader catchment (Central Pyrenees) 

    Abanco Martínez de Arenzana, Claudia; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Moya Sánchez, José; Berenguer Ferrer, Marc (Elsevier, 2016-10)
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    Torrential flows like debris flows or debris floods are fast movements formed by a mix of water and different amounts of unsorted solid material. They generally occur in steep torrents and pose high risk in mountainous ...
  • Estimación del fondo geoquímico para metales en suelos y sedimentos en el antiguo distrito minero del Priorat (Tarragona) 

    Navarro Flores, Andrés Francisco; Herms, Ignasi; Cirés, Jordi; Arnó Pons, Georgina; Martínez Bofill, Joan (2016)
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    En el distrito minero abandonado del Priorat, las actividades mineras y metalúrgicas han contribuido a la aparición de anomalías en suelos y sedimentos que muestran concentraciones significativas de As, Ba, Co, Cu, Ni, Pb, ...
  • Flash floods, hydro-geomorphic response and risk management 

    Braud, I; Borga, M; Gourley, J; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Zappa, M; Gallart, Francesc (Elsevier, 2016-10)
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  • Methods of data processing for debris flow seismic warning 

    Arattano, Massimo; Coviello, V; Abanco Martínez de Arenzana, Claudia; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; McArdell, Brian, W (2016-08)
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    The output of the seismic devices commonly employed for the monitoring of debris flows, such as geophones and seismometers, is a voltage that is directly proportional to the ground vibration velocity. The output signal in ...
  • Debris-flow monitoring for the set-up of a warning and alarm system: experiences from the pyrenees 

    Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Abanco Martínez de Arenzana, Claudia; Moya Sánchez, José; Berenguer Ferrer, Marc; Vilajosana, Ignasi (2016-08)
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    Debris-flow monitoring sites provide many important inputs on their mechanics and strongly improved the understanding on this hazardous process. Monitoring data are the basis for future early warning systems (EWS) and alarm ...
  • Experimental study on rockfall fragmentation: in situ test design and first results 

    Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Ruiz Carulla, Roger; Matas Casado, Gerard; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Lantada Zarzosa, Maria de Las Nieves; Núñez Andrés, María Amparo; Mavrouli, Olga Christina; Buill Pozuelo, Felipe; Moya Sánchez, José; Prades Valls, Albert; Moreno, Sjædric (2016)
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    Fragmentation is a common feature of rockfalls that exerts a strong influence over the trajectories of the generated blocks, the impact energies and the runout. Real scale rockfall tests have traditionally been designed ...
  • Monitoring of fast moving landslides in the Pyrenees 

    Mavrouli, Olga Christina; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Abancó Martínez de Arenzana, Clàudia; Moya Sánchez, José; Copons Llorens, Ramon; Ruiz Carulla, Roger (2016)
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    The paper presents the experience of two instrumented sites in the Pyrenees where debris flows and rock falls occur frequently. The first one is the debris-flow monitoring system in the Rebaixader catchment, Central Pyrenees, ...
  • Susceptibility assessment of rainfall-triggered flows and slides in the Central-Eastern Pyrenees 

    Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Lantada Zarzosa, Maria de Las Nieves; Gonzalez, Marta; Pinyol, Jordi (CRC Press, 2016)
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    Rainfall-induced flows and slides are hazardous processes in mountainous regions and suscep-tibility assessments with resulting maps are helpful tools for land-use planners. In the present study, all the available information ...

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