The Cambridge Scholars has published the monograph: “Prediction of erosion-debris flow processes and innovative measures against them,” written by an academic of the National Academy of Sciences of Georgia.
On June 29, 2022, “Cambridge Scholars” Publishing (Great Britain, England) published the monograph “Prediction of erosion-debris flow processes and innovative measures against them” by Givi Gavardashvili, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Georgia (ISBN: 1-5275-8482-8; ISBN: 13:978 -15275-8482-2). The monograph is illustrated in color and covers 245 pages.
This book describes erosion and debris flow-type waterways in Georgia, assessing the risks of those formed in the mountain landscapes of Georgia and calculating the material and economic damage caused by the debris flow.
What the book presents
In order to effectively regulate debris flows, the book presents innovative environmental protection structures, the scientific-technical priorities of which are also certified by relevant patents. In order to design innovative debris flow control structures, theoretical, laboratory and field studies have been conducted, through which the book is able to calculate the dynamic and static loads acting on the structures and use this data to determine the reliability and risk of it.
The book will appeal to scientists working in the field of applied and fundamental sciences, students of higher educational institutions, and a wide range of engineering experts interested in the field of environmental protection.
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