1 Ganiyeva S.A.
2 Mehdiyev J.T.

Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction

The classic approach for computation of landslide subjection of areas providing for calculation of logistic equation for all elementary subzones of studied area and further generalization of results of subzones is characterized with the big volume of calculations and required time period. In the article the new attitude for solution of the task is formulated which provide for non-direct, generalized estimation of said index for all subzones of studied area of transferred volume of particles due to landslide. To solve the problem the known model is used which relates mathematically the predicted volume of transferred particles and the area effected by landslide. Solution of tdeveloped system of equations in regard of computation coefficients upon known values of above parameters allows to develop the new methodics for determination of probability of occurance of lanslide at the studied area. The formulaes allowing to caslculate the value of studied index without determination of big number of components of logistic equationare presented.
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Ganiyeva S.A., 
Mehdiyev J.T., 
(2016) The new methodics for computing of probability parameters of landslide occurance. Geodesy and cartography = Geodezia i Kartografia, 911(5), pp. 31-33. (In Russian). DOI: 10.22389/0016-7126-2016-911-5-31-33
Publication History
Received: 09.09.2015
Accepted: 27.11.2015
Published: 20.06.2016


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