publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Effect of variations in rainfall intensity on slope stability in Singapore

Christofer Kristo; Harianto Rahardjo; Alfrendo Satyanaga;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: International Soil and Water Conservation Research (issn: 2095-6339, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: KeAi
Numerous scientific evidence has given credence to the true existence and deleterious impacts of climate change. One aspect of climate change is the variations in rainfall patterns, which affect the flux boundary condition across ground surface. A possible disastrous consequence of this change is the occurrence of rainfall-induced slope failures. This paper aims to investigate the variations in rainfall patterns in Singapore and its effect on slope stability. Singapore's historical rainfall data from Seletar and Paya Lebar weather stations for the period of 1985â2009 were obtained and analysed by duration using linear regression. A general increasing trend was o...
free text keywords: Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040, Factor of safety, Environmental science, Precipitation, Flux, Statistical analyses, Slope stability, Climatology, Climate change, Linear regression, Residual
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