INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PREDICTION AND SIMULATION METHODS FOR

Document Sample
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PREDICTION AND SIMULATION METHODS FOR Powered By Docstoc
					 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PREDICTION AND
SIMULATION METHODS FOR GEOHAZARD MITIGATION
                 (IS-KYOTO2009)
           25-28 MAY 2009, Kyoto, Japan
         Kyoto International Conference Center




                                  Program




                                                           JGS Kansai Branch




                This symposium has been executed with a grant from
        the Commemorative Organization for The Japan World Exposition ('70)
                                                   Preface
 The mitigation of geohazards is an important problem in geotechnical engineering. Heavy rains, typhoons
and earthquakes are the main causes of geohazards. Due to changes in climate and extreme weather,
geohazards are found all over the world. The Kansai branch of the Japanese Geotechnical Society (JGS)
established a technical committee on the Mitigation of Geohazards in River Basins in 2006, and it has been
doing site investigations on the geohazards brought about by heavy rains and typhoons. On the other hand,
Technical Committee 34 (TC34) of the ISSMGE on Prediction and Simulation Methods in Geomechanics has
been working on prediction and simulation methods for geomechanics. In particular, TC34 focuses on
analyzing unstable behavior of the ground, such as strain localization, which is a precursor of the failure of the
ground, liquefaction, landslides, seepage failure, etc. TC34 of ISSMGE on Prediction Methods in Large Strain
Geomechanics was established in 2001 after the Istanbul Conference. Since then, TC34 had been
successfully managed by Chairperson Professor Vardoulakis of Athens, Greece under the support of JGS,
and a portion of their goals has been achieved through the promotion of exchanges among academic and
practicing members. After the 16th ISSMGE in Osaka, TC34 was reestablished as Prediction and Simulation
Methods in Geomechanics. Members of the Kansai branch of JGS and TC34 of ISSMGE decided to organize
an international symposium on Prediction and Simulation Methods for the Geohazard Mitigation. The
symposium provides a forum for discussing new prediction and simulation methods for geohazards and for
exchanging ideas and information on topics of mutual interest. This symposium will mark the 60th anniversary
of JGS and the 50th anniversary of the Kansai branch of JGS. The symposium is sponsored by the JGS, the
Kansai branch of the JGS, TC34 of ISSMGE, TC34’s supporting committees of JGS and the Commemorative
Organization for the Japan World Exposition(’70).

The themes of prediction and simulation methods for geohazard mitigation include:
  1. Mechanisms of geohazards, namely, heavy rains, floods, typhoons, earthquakes, landslides, slope and
      snow slides, tsunamis, land subsidence, coastal erosion, etc.
  2. Numerical and analytical simulation methods for geohazards, including conventional and advanced
      methods, FDM, FEM, Extended FEM, DEM, SPH and MPM.
  3. Advanced constitutive modeling of geomaterials and numerical implementations and constitutive
      parameterdetermination using laboratory and field test results.
  4. Thermo-hydro-mechanical instabilities, namely, large deformations, strain localization, progressive
      failure, liquefaction, ground water flow analysis, the rapid flow of complex geofluids such as mud flow,
      etc.
  5. Monitoring and non-destructive investigative methods for geostructures during/after floods,
      earthquakes, heavy rains, etc. and design methods.
  6. Evaluation of existing prediction methods, performance-based design methods aided by advanced
      numerical modeling, risk analysis, and the management of mitigation programs.
  7. Case records of geohazards and mitigation projects.


 A total of 89 papers on the above topics have been contributed from 18 countries. The members of the
Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Committee reviewed 116 papers. We believe that all of
the papers, presentations, and discussions during the symposium will open the door to new areas of research
and engineering for the mitigation of geohazards. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the authors of the
contributed papers for their resourceful papers and to the members of the International Advisory Committee
and the Organizing Committee for their valuable support and review of the manuscripts. Acknowledgements
are also given to the Japanese Geotechnical Society, the Kansai branch of the Japanese Geotechnical
Society, and ISSMGE.
Organizing committee                                                International advisory committee
F. Oka, Chair, Kyoto University, Japan                              I.G. Vardoulakis, Technical University of Athens, Greece
K. Tokida, Vice Chair, Osaka University, Japan                      F. Darve, Grenoble, L3S, France
A. Murakami, Vice Chair, Okayama University, Japan                  D. Muir Wood, Bristol University, UK
H. Kusumi, Vice Chair, Kansai University, Japan                     K.T. Chau, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
N. Nakanishi, Fukken Co., Ltd., Japan                               P. van den Berg, Delft Geotechnics, The Netherlands
T. Katayama, The General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd.,           R. Nova, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  Japan                                                             P.V. Lade, The Catholic University of America, USA
N. Torii, Kobe University, Japan                                    M. Muniz de Farias, Federal University of Vicosa, Brazil
K. Hayashi, Forest Engineering, Inc., Japan                         R. Wan, University of Calgary, Canada
S. Fukushima, Fudo Tetra Corporation, Japan                         M. Pastor, Centro de Estudios de Tecnicas Aplicadas, Spain
T. Yoden, NEWJEC Inc., Japan                                        A. Cividini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
T. Emura, Kansai Int. Airport, Co., Ltd., Japan                     A. Gens, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
M. Kimura, Kyoto University, Japan                                  S.-R. Lee, KAIST, Korea
K. Kishida, Kyoto University, Japan                                 D. Kolymbas, University of Innsbruck, Austria
A. Kobayashi, Kyoto University, Japan                               J.F. Labuz, University of Minnesota, USA
T. Katsumi, Kyoto University, Japan                                 D. Masin, Charles University, Czech Republic
S. Kimoto, Kyoto University, Japan                                  D. Sheng, The University of Newcastle, Australia
T. Konda, Geo-reserch Institute, Japan                              G. Zhang, Tsinghua University, China
H. Saito, JR West Japan Consultants Co., Japan                      T. Lansivaara, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
H. Yoshidu, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan   L. Michalowski, University of Michigan, USA
T. Nakai, TODA Corporation, Japan                                   H.-B. Muhlhaus, University of Queensland, Australia
K. Lee, CTI Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan                            J. Sulem, ENPC, France
T. Kodaka, Meijo University, Japan                                  C. Tamagnini, Universita di Perugia, Italy
A. Iizuka, Kobe University, Japan                                   Y.K. Chow, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Y. Kohgo, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan     T. Wanchai, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
S. Shibuya, Kobe University, Japan                                  K. Arai, University of Fukui, Japan
S. Sunami, Nikken Sekkei Civil Engineering Ltd., Japan              H. Sekiguchi, Kyoto University, Japan
T. Noda, Nagoya University, Japan                                   H. Nakagawa, Kyoto University, Japan
F. Zhang, Nagoya Institute of Tech., Japan                          A. Asaoka, Nagoya University, Japan
R. Uzuoka, Tohoku University, Japan                                 T. Nakai, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
K. Maeda, Nagoya Institute of Tech., Japan                          M. Hori, The University of Tokyo, Japan
                                                                    J. Otani, Kumamoto University, Japan
                                                                    A. Yashima, Gifu University, Japan




                                                                    Contacts
                                                                    F. Oka
                                                                    Tel. 075-383-3191, Fax. 075-383-3193
                                                                    E-mail: foka@mbox.kudpc.kyoto-u.ac.jp


                                                                    A. Murakami
                                                                    Tel. 086-251-8150
                                                                    E-mail: akira_m@cc.okayama-u.ac.jp


                                                                    S. Kimoto
                                                                    Tel. 075-383-3192, Fax. 075-383-3193
                                                                    E-mail: kimoto@mbox.kudpc.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Schedule
Sunday, May 24            Registration: (Reception desk (1F))                15:00-17:00
Monday, May 25            Registration: (Reception desk (1F) )               8:00-18:00
                          Technical Exhibition (Room C-1 (1F))               10:00-18:00
                          Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’ (Ground floor))                 11:00-14:00
                          Reception (Hall ‘Swan’ (Ground floor))             18:30-
      Opening Ceremony 9:00-9:20           (Room B-1 (2F))
      Keynote Lecture (1)     9:20-10:00       I. Vardoulakis   (Room B-1)
      Break 10:00-10:30
      Session I-1 10:30-12:10 (Room B-1)               Session II-1   10:30-12:10 (Room 104)
      Lunch 12:10-13:30 (Hall ‘Swan’)
      Session I-2 13:30-15:10 (Room B-1)               Session II-2   13:30-15:10 (Room 104)
      Break 15:10-15:40
      Session I-3    15:40-17:00 (Room B-1)            Session II-3   15:40-17:20 (Room 104)
      Reception     18:30 -   (Hall ‘Swan’)

Tuesday, May 26           Registration: (Reception desk (1F))                8:30-17:00
                          Technical Exhibition (Room C-1 (1F))               9:00-17:20
                          Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’ (Ground floor))                 11:00-14:00
                          Banquet (RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL KYOTO)                  18:45-
      Keynote Lecture (2)     9:00-9:40       C.L. Shieh   (Room B-1 (2F))
      Break 9:40-10:10
      Session II-4 10:10-11:50 (Room B-1)              Session IV-1 10:10-11:50 (Room 104)
      Lunch 11:50-13:10 (Hall ‘Swan’)
      Keynote Lecture (3)     13:10-13:50       H. Nakagawa (Room B-1)
      Session III-1 14:20-16:00 (Room B-1)             Session IV-2    14:20-15:40 (Room 104)
      Break 16:00-16:20
      Session III-2 16:20-17:20 (Room B-1) Session IV-3                16:20-17:20 (Room 104)
      Banquet 18:45- (RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL KYOTO)

Wednesday, May 27         Registration: (Reception desk (1F))                8:30-15:30
                          Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’ (Ground floor))                 11:00-14:00
                          Technical Exhibition (Room C-1 (1F))               9:00-12:00
      Keynote Lecture (4)     9:00-9:40        K.T. Chau   (Room B-1 (2F))
      9:40-10:10 Break
      Session IV-4 10:10-11:30 (Room B-1)              Session VI 10:10-11:50        (Room 104)
      11:50-13:10 Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’)
      Session V-1 13:10-15:10 (Room B-1)               Session VII    13:10-15:10 (Room 104)
      15:10 15:30 Break
      Session IV-5    15:30-16:30 (Room B-1)           Session V-2    15:30-16:30 (Room 104)
      Closing ceremony 16:30-16:45 (Room B-1)


Thursday, May 28 Technical Visit Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park, Disaster Reduction and
                 Human Renovation Institution 8:30-
Program
Monday, May 25
Opening Ceremony (Room B-1)
9:00-9:20
Keynote Lecture (1)       I. Vardoulakis     Thermo-poro mechanical analysis of catastrophic landslides
9:20-10:00     Chair    A. Murakami (Room B-1)
10:00-10:30 Break
                       (Room B-1)                                                (Room 104)
Session I-1 Mechanisms of geohazards (1)                    Session II-1 Numerical and analytical simulation
10:30-12:10 Chair R.G. Wan                                  methods for geohazards (1)
                                                            10:30-12:10 Chair A. Yashima
The LIQSEDFLOW: Role of two-phase physics in
subaqueous sediment gravity flows                           A proposal of 3D liquefaction damage map of Kochi
S. Sassa & H. Sekiguchi                                     Harbor
                                                            M. Tanaka, Y. Watabe, S. Sakajo & T. Sadamura
Effort of submergence to decrement of shear strength
for relatively a desiccated compacted soil                  Numerical simulations of progressive/multi-stages
T. Nishimura                                                slope failure due to the rapid increase in ground water
                                                            table level by SPH
Mechanical behavior of anisotropic sand ground              Ha H. Bui, R. Fukagawa & K. Sako
bearing coastal structure and its evaluation
S. Takimoto, S. Miura, S. Kawamura & S. Yokohama            A multiphase elasto-viscoplastic analysis of an
                                                            unsaturated river embankment associated with seepage
Failure mechanism of volcanic slope due to rainfall and     flow
freeze-thaw action                                          F. Oka, S. Kimoto, N. Takada & Y. Higo
S. Kawamura, S. Miura,T. Ishikawa & H. Ino
                                                            Low energy rockfall protection fences in forested areas:
Slope stability consisting of two different layers caused   experiments and numerical modeling
by rainfall                                                 S. Lambert, D. Bertrand, F. Berger & C. Bigot
H. Kaneko, H. Tanaka & Y. Kudoh
                                                            Numerical analysis of erosion and migration of soil
                                                            particles within soil mass
                                                            K. Fujisawa, A. Murakami & S. Nishimura
12:10-13:30 Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’)
Session I-2 Mechanisms of geohazards (2)                    Session II-2 Numerical and analytical simulation
13:30-15:10 Chair A. Iizuka                                 methods for geohazards (2)
                                                            13:30-15:10 Chair A. Cividini
Mechanism of soil slope reinforced using nailing
during earthquake                                           Assessment of well capture zone using particle tracking
Liping Wang, Ga Zhang, Jian-Min Zhang & C. F. Lee           K. Inoue, T. Tanaka & G.J.M. Uffink

Use of LIDAR and DEM in the study of the massive            2D simulation analysis of failure of rock slope with
February 17, 2006, Leyte, Philippines, Rockslide            bedding planes by DEM
M. Gutierrez
                                                          K. Ise & H. Kusumi
Mechanical deterioration of ground due to
microorganisms activated by eutrophication of ground      Numerical prediction of seepage and seismic behavior
ecosystems                                                of unsaturated fill slope
T. Futagami, K. Terauchi, T. Adachi,K. Ogawa,T.           R. Uzuoka, T. Mori, T. Chiba, K. Kamiya & M. Kazama
Kono,Y. Fujiwara & S. Sakurai
                                                          Finite element simulation for earthquake-induced
Thermal, hydraulic and mechanical stabilities of slopes   landslide based on strain-softening characteristics of
covered with Sasa nipponica                               weathered rocks
K. Takeda, T. Suzuki & T. Yamada                          A. Wakai, K. Ugai, A. Onoue, S. Kuroda & K. Higuchi

Landslide dam failure and prediction of flood/debris      Distinct element analysis for progressive failure in rock
flow hydrograph                                           slope
H. Nakagawa, R. Awal, K. Kawaike, Y. Baba & H.            T. Nishimura, K. Tsujino & T. Fukuda
Zhang
15:10-15:40 Break
Session I-3 Mechanisms of geohazards (3)                  Session II-3 Numerical and analytical simulation
15:40-17:00 Chair F. Zhang                                methods for geohazards (3)
                                                          15:40-17:20 Chair T. Kodaka
Mechanism of failure of irrigation tank due to
earthquake                                                Numerical simulations of submarine-landslide-induced
A. Kobayashi, T. Hayashi & K. Yamamoto                    and sea-floor-collapse-induced tsunami along coastline
                                                          of South China
Simplified dynamic solution of the shear band             K.T. Chau
propagation in submerged landslides
A.M. Puzrin, E. Saurer & L.N. Germanovich                 Erosion and seepage failure analysis of ground with
                                                          evolution of bubbles using SPH
Numerical analysis on deformation/failure patterns of     H. Sakai, K. Maeda & T. Imase
embankments observed in 2004 Chuetsu Earthquake
T. Noda, M. Nakano, E. Yamada, A. Asaoka, K. Itabashi     Performance estimation of counter-measures for falling
& M. Inagaki.                                             rock using DEM
                                                          K. Maeda & T. Yuasa
Direct observation of patchy fluid distribution:
Laboratory study                                          Viscosity effect on consolidation of poroelastic soil due
M. Lebedev, B. Gurevich,B. Clennell, M. Pervukhina, V.    to groundwater table depression
Shulakova & T. Müller                                     T.L. Tsai

                                                          Prediction on volume of landslide in Shih-Men
                                                          Reservoir Watershed in Taiwan from Field
                                                          investigation and Historical Terrain Migration
                                                          Information
                                                          B.-H. Ku, C.-T. Cheng, S.-Y. Chi, C.-Y. Hsiao & B.-S.
                                                          Lin
Reception (Hall ‘Swan’ )     18:30-
Tuesday, May 26
Keynote Lecture (2)         C.L. Shieh      Risk assessment for hydraulic design associated with the
uncertainty of rainfall
9:00-9:40    Chair    H. Kusumi     (Room B-1)
9:40-10:10 Break
                     (Room B-1)                                               (Room 104)
Session II-4 Numerical and analytical simulation          Session IV-1 Advanced constitutive modeling of
methods for geohazards (4)                                geomaterials and laboratory and field testing (1)
10:10-11:50 Chair K. Maeda                                10:10-11:50 Chair T. Nakai

An MPM-FDM coupled simulation method for                  Mechanistic picture of time effects in granular
analyzing partially-saturated soil responses              materials
Y. Higo, S. Kimoto, F. Oka, Y. Morinaka, Y. Goto & Z.     P.V. Lade
Chen
                                                          A thermo-elasto-viscoplastic     model     for   soft
Application of SPH method for large deformation           sedimentary rock
analyses of geomaterials                                  S. Zhang & F. Zhang
H. Nonoyama, A. Yashima, K. Sawada & S. Moriguchi
                                                          Particle crushing and deformation behaviour
Effects of initial soil fabric and mode of shearing on    D. Muir Wood, M. Kikumoto & Adrian Russell
quasi-steady state line for monotonic undrained
behavior                                                  A study of the compression behaviour of structured
S. Yimsiri & K. Soga                                      clays
                                                          S. Horpibulsuk, J. Suebsuk, A. Chinkulkijniwat & M.D.
Study of the interactions between rivers dynamic and      Liu
slope stability for geohazard prediction: a case in Val
Trebbia (Northern Italy)                                  Role of Coulomb's and Mohr-Coulomb's failure criteria
L. Scesi & P. Gattinoni                                   in shear band
                                                          T. Tokue & S. Shigemura
Backward-Euler stress update algorithm for the original
Cam-clay model with the vertex singularity
T. Pipatpongsa, M. H. Khosravi & H. Ohta
11:50-13:10 Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’)
Keynote Lecture (3)       H. Nakagawa Recent Flood Disasters in Japan
13:10-13:50     Chair     H. Sekiguchi (Room B-1)
Session III-1 Evaluation of existing prediction           Session IV-2    Advanced constitutive modeling of
methods, performance-based design methods,                geomaterials     and   laboratory     and    field
risk analysis and the management of mitigation            testing (2)
programs (1)                                              14:20-15:40    Chair M. Gutierrez
14:20-16:00 Chair K. T. Chau

Geotechnical risk assessment of highly weathered          Collapse of soils:    experimental   and   numerical
slopes using seismic refraction technique                 investigations
M. U. Qureshi, I. Towhata, S. Yamada, M. Aziz &
 S. Aoyama                                                   A. Daouadji, M. Jrad, A. Lejeune & F. Darve

Bridging satellite monitoring and characterization of        Water-submergence effects on geotechnical properties
subsurface flow: with a case of Horonobe underground         of crushed mudstone
research laboratory                                          M. Aziz, I. Towhata, S. Yamada & M. U. Qureshi
Q. Li, K. Ito, Y. Tomishima, & Y. Seki
                                                             Mitigating embankment failure due to heavy rainfall
Finite element prediction of the effects of faulting on      using L-shaped geosynthetic drain
tunnels                                                      S. Shibuya, M. Saito & N. Torii & K. Hara
A. Cividini
                                                             Modeling the behavior of artificially structured clays
A research on the quantitative evaluation of slope           by the Modified Structured Cam clay model
stability during rainfall                                    J. Suebsuk, S. Horpibulsuk, A. Chinkulkijniwat & M.D.
K. Sako, R. Kitamura,T. Satomi & R. Fukagawa                 Liu

Natural dams built by sliding failure of slope during the
Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake in 2008
K. Tokida
16:00-16:20 Break
Session III-2 Evaluation of existing prediction              Session IV-3 Advanced constitutive modeling of
methods, performance-based design methods,                   geomaterials  and   laboratory     and    field
risk analysis and the management of mitigation               testing (3)
programs (2)                                                 16:20-17:20 Chair T. Ishikawa
16:20-17:20 Chair A.Kobayashi
                                                             Behavior of sands in constant deviatoric stress loading
                                                             A. Azizi, R. Imam, A. Soroush & R. Zandian
An empirical study on safety management for river
levee systems
                                                             Shear failure behavior of compacted Bentonite
K. Fukunari, M. Miyamoto & K. Yoshikawa
                                                             T. Kodaka & Y. Teramoto

Risk evaluation and reliability-based design of earth-fill
                                                             Shear strength behavior of unsaturated compacted
dams
                                                             sandy soils
S. Nishimura, A. Murakami & K. Fujisawa
                                                             Md. Abdul Alim & M. Nishigaki

Study on road slope disaster prevention integrated
management system
N. Sekiguchi, H. Ohtsu & T. Yasuda
Banquet RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL KYOTO 18:45-
Wednesday, May 27
Keynote Lecture (4)      K.T. Chau    Some geohazards associated with the 8.0 Wenchuan Earthquake
on May 12, 2008
9:00-9:40   Chair P. V. Lade (Room B-1)
9:40-10:10 Break
                    (Room B-1)                                               (Room 104)
Session IV-4 Advanced constitutive modeling of           Session VI Thermo-hydro-mechanical instabilities
geomaterials  and    laboratory    and    field          10:10-11:50 Chair I. Vardoulakis
testing (4)
10:10-11:30 Chair A. M. Puzrin                           A finite element study of localized and diffuse
                                                         deformations in sand based on a density-stress-fabric
Stress-strain and water retention characteristics of     dependent elastoplastic model
micro-porous ceramic particles made with burning         R.G. Wan & M. Pinheiro
sludge
K. Kawai, A. Iizuka, A. Fukuda, S. Kanazawa, S.          A seepage-deformation coupled analysis method for
Tachibana & S. Ohno                                      unsaturated river embankments
                                                         R. Kato, S. Sunami, F. Oka, S. Kimoto &T. Kodaka
Rate effect on residual state strength of clay related
with fast landslide                                      Coupled thermo-mechanical analysis for slope behavior
M. Suzuki, T. Yamamoto & Y. Kai                          during freezing and thawing
                                                         T. Ishikawa, S. Miura, S. Akagawa, M. Sato & S.
Evaluation of shear strain in sand under triaxial        Kawamura
compression using CT data
Y. Watanabe, J. Otani, N. Lenoir & T. Nakai              Semi 3D simulation of ground water advection and
                                                         diffusion for alluvial layer in part of Kyoto basin
Visualization of leakage behavior through a hole in      T. Kitaoka, H. Kusumi & I. Kusaka
geomembrane using X-ray CT scanner
T. Mukunoki, K. Nagata, M. Shigetoku & J. Otani          Validation of a numerical model for the fault-rupture
                                                         propagation through sand deposit
                                                         M. Rokonuzzaman,T. Sakai & A. El Nahas

11:50-13:10 Lunch (Hall ‘Swan’)
Session V-1      Monitoring and non-destructive          Session VII Case records of geohazards and
investigation methods (1)                                mitigation projects
13:10-14:50 Chair R. Michalowski                         13:10-15:10 Chair R. Uzuoka

Inclinodeformometer: a novel device for measuring        Dynamics of geohazards erosive processes at the
earth pressure in creeping landslides                    Prikaspiy region
M. V. Schwager, A. M. Schmid & A. M. Puzrin              A.Z. Zhusupbekov & A. Bogomolov

Development of new technology for flood disaster         Characterization of Uemachi-fault in Osaka against
mitigation in Bangladesh                                 Displacement Induced Disaster
M.Z. Hossain                                             Y. Iwasaki
Defining and monitoring of landslide boundaries using    Liquefaction potential assessment at Laem Chabang
fiber optic systems                                      port, Thailand.
M. Iten, A. Schmid, D. Hauswirth & A. M. Puzrin          P. Pongvithayapanu

Dynamic interaction between pile and reinforced soil     Site investigation on Toki landslide and its
structure - Piled Geo-wall -                             countermeasure on March, 2007
T. Hara, S. Tsuji, A. Yashima, K. Sawada & N. Tatta      M. Iwata, A. Yashima,K. Sawada,Y. Murata & T. Suzuki

Upgrade of existing stone-guard fence with using         Prediction of landslide a few months in advance of its
high-energy absorption net                               occurrence with chemical sensors for groundwater
S. Tsuji, T. Hara, A. Yashima, K. Sawada & M. Yoshida    composition observation
                                                         H. Sakai

                                                         Prediction on landslides induced by heavy rainfalls and
                                                         typhoons for Shih-Men Watershed in Taiwan using
                                                         SHALSTAB program
                                                         B.-S. Lin, C.-K. Hsu, W.-Y. Leung, C.-W. Kao, C.-T.
                                                         Cheng,J.-C. Lian & B.-S. Lin
15:10 15:30     Break
Session IV-5     Advanced constitutive modeling of       Session V-2      Monitoring and non-destructive
geomaterials      and   laboratory     and    field      investigation methods (2)
testing (5)                                              15:30-16:30 Chair J. Otani
15:30-16:30     Chair    T. Noda
                                                         Damage detection and health monitoring of buried
Elastoplastic modeling of geomaterials considering the   concrete pipelines
influence of density and bonding                         A.S. Bradshaw, G. da Silva,M.T. McCue,J. Kim, S.S.
T. Nakai, H. Kyokawa, M. Kikumoto, H.M. Shahin & F.      Nadukuru, J. Lynch, R.L. Michalowski, M. Pour-Ghaz,
Zhang                                                    J. Weiss & R.A. Green


Constitutive model and its application of flow           Monitoring of model slope failure tests using
deformation induced by liquefied sand                    Amplitude Domain Reflectometry and Tensiometer
Y.M. Chen, H.L. Liu, G.J. Shao & X.B. Sha                methods
                                                         S. Shimobe & N. Ujihira
Cyclic strength of sand with various kinds of fines
M. Hyodo, U. Kim & T. Kaneko                             Extreme rainfall for slope stability evaluation
                                                         N. Gofar, M.L. Lee & A. Kasim

Closing ceremony (Room B-1)
16:30-16:45
Thursday, May 28




                                 Technical Visit




Date: May 28, 2009
Venue: Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park
        Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution

Fee: JPY 5,000 per person (Including round-trip transportation fare, admission and lunch)

Maximum number of participants: 40 persons

Schedule: Kyoto Station 8:30 === 11:00 Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park 12:00 ===
12:20 Lunch 13:00 === 13:50 Disaster Reduction And Human Renovation Institution 14:50
=== 15:00 Sannomiya Station and 15:10 Shin-Kobe Station === about 17:45 Kyoto Station

Application: http://nakisuna2.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp/tc34/is-kyoto/index.html
Kyoto city map
                                                                       Kyoto International
                                                                       Conference center
                                                                                             Kokusai Kaikan
                                                                                             subway station




                                      Subway Karasuma Line




                                                             Kyoto
                                                             Station


                 RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL
                    Kyoto (Banquet)
Access from airport




Directions from ‘Kokusai Kaikan’ subway station




                         Kyoto International Conference Center (ICC Kyoto)
                           Takaragaike, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-0001 Japan
                            Phone 81-75-705-1234 Fax 81-75-705-1100
                                      http://www.icckyoto.or.jp/
Floor map of Kyoto International Conference Center




                                                                                 Wireless LAN is available
                                                                                 around the Main Lounge
                     Room 104 (1F)
             Entrance
                                                                                   Business center
                                                                             (Internet, LAN is available)

                                                          Room C-1 (1F)


                                                    Hall ‘Swan’ (Ground Floor)




                                            Registration desk (1F)




                            Room B-1 (2F)