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RAMMS - Rapid Mass Movement Simulation

 

In the field of natural hazards there is a strong need for process models that simulate the runout behaviour of avalanches, debris flows and rockfalls. Such models are often applied to evaluate the interaction of a given process with mitigation measures, such as forests or deflecting dams as well as for hazard mapping. The software package RAMMS (Rapid Mass Movement Simulation) unites these process modules with a user-friendly graphical interface.

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03.08.2022

The SLF has developed large-scale natural hazard maps for Georgia using terrain analyses and modelling.

RAMMS News
25.03.2022

An automatic deadwood generator to assess the impact of fresh woody storm debris on the protective capacity of a forest stand against rockfall.

RAMMS News
25.03.2022

In this work we apply a mathematical model developed by Teshukov (2007) to simulate turbulent powder snow avalanches.

RAMMS News
25.03.2022

We propose a dilatant, two-layer debris flow model validated by full-scale density/saturation measurements obtained from a test site.