Probabilistic studies with Eject! for Matlab
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25 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Karen Strehlow, Laura Sandri, Jo Gottsmann, Geoff Kilgour, Alison Rust, Roberto Tonini
Using a translation of the code of Eject! (Mastin 2001; 2011) in Matlab (Strehlow et al., 2019), we provide a workflow for probabilistic analyses of ballistic ejections during volcanic eruptions that can be used for hazard assessments. An example for the use of this workflow...
Diana Elizabeth Jimenez
Videos of Test Blasts in preparation for the NSF Volcano Hazards Field-Scale Experiment Workshop, 2018, Buffalo
15 Jun 2018 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder, Greg A Valentine, Andrew Harp
These test blasts were conducted in 2017, in preparation for the 2018 NSF Workshop on Volcano Hazards Field-Scale Experiments.For one event, six PETN charges (0.44 MJ energy each) were placed into prepared test beds ("pads"), made of unconsolidated crushed rock material. Charges...
Francisco Javier Vasconez
07 May 2014 | Contributor(s):: Fabio Dioguardi, Pierfrancesco Dellino, Daniela Mele
PYFLOW is a multi-block code for the calculation of the flow field variables of dilute pyroclasticdensity currents (hereafter DPDCs) starting from the deposits characteristics. The code, written inFortran 90, solves an improved version of the model of Dellino et al. (2008): it calculates...
PASI Workshop on Applying Computational Models to Real-Case Scenarios for Volcanic Hazard Assessment
11 Feb 2013 |
Posted by Jose L. Palma
A 12-day workshop on applying computational models to real-case scenarios for volcanic hazard assessment was held at the University of Colima, Mexico between 8-21 January 2013. The rationale behind...
28 Mar 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Roberto Tonini, Laura Sandri, Jacopo Selva, Warner Marzocchi
Compute long-term volcanic hazard using the Bayesian Event Tree for Volcanic Hazard (BET_VH) model