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A mathematical framework for modelling rock–ice avalanches
Journal of Fluid Mechanics
Rock-ice avalanches are liquid-granular flows that consist of a mixture of rock, ice and a liquid. The dynamics that distinguishes these types of flows from other geophysical flows is the ice melting. This process is responsible for mass and momentum transfers between the solid and liquid components of the mixture and for the effects of lubrication and fluidization that reduce the mixture strength. In this work, we analyse the problem from a mathematical point of view. Starting from the partialdoi:10.1017/jfm.2021.348 fatcat:wruo5dojo5hpvcdequgywtskou