期刊論文(Refereed Journal Publications)

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    1. Wang, C.-L.; Ko, C.-J., Wong, H.-K., Pai, P.-H., and Tai, Y.-C.* (2022). An Approach for Preliminary Landslide Scarp Assessment with Genetic Algorithm (GA). Water, 14, 2400. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14152400. (SCI)
    2. T. Xu, Y.-C. Jin, and Y.-C. Tai (2021). Mesh-free Peridynamic coupled simulation of impacting collapse of a granular column with various heights. Physics of Fluids, 33, 103321. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0067111. (SCI)
    3. L. Sarno, Y.-C. Tai, Y. Wang, and M. Oberlack (2021). A well-posed multilayer model for granular avalanches with μ(I)-rheology. Physics of Fluids, 33, 103319; doi: 10.1063/5.0065697. (SCI)
    4. C.J. Ko, C.L. Wang, H.K. Wong, W.C. Lai, C.Y. Kuo, and Y.C. Tai* (2021). Landslide Scarp Assessments by Means of an Ellipse-Referenced Idealized Curved Surface. Frontiers in Earth Science, DOI: 10.3389/feart.2021.733413. (SCI)
    5. L. Sarno, Y. Wang, Y.-C. Tai, R. Martino, A. Carravetta (2021). Asymptotic analysis of the eigenstructure of the two-layer model and a new family of criteria for evaluating the model hyperbolicity. Advances in Water Resources, 103966. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2021.103966. (SCI)
    6. Ko, C. J., Chen, P. C., Wong, H. K., & Tai, Y. C.* (2021). MoSES_2PDF: A GIS-Compatible GPU-accelerated High-Performance Simulation Tool for Grain-Fluid Shallow Flows. arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.06784.
    7. Yih-Chin Tai, Jeaniffer Vides, Boniface Nkonga & Chih-Yu Kuo. (2021). Multi-Mesh-Scale Approximation of Thin Geophysical Mass Flows on Complex Topographies. Communications in Computational Physics, 29 (1). 148-185. doi:10.4208/cicp.OA-2019-0184. (SCI)
    8. H. Li, Y.C. Jin, Y.C. Tai (2020). A numerical and experimental investigation of wave generated by submerged landslides. Ocean Engineering, 218, 108203. (SCI)
    9. L. Ke, Y.C. Jin, T. Xu, Y.C. Tai (2020). Investigating the physical characteristics of dense granular flows by coupling the weakly compressible moving particle semi-implicit method with the rheological model. Acta Geotechnica, 15, 1815–1830. (SCI)
    10. Y.C. Tai, C.J. Ko, K.D. Li, Y.C. Wu, C.Y. Kuo, R.F. Chen, C.W. Lin (2020). An idealized landslide failure surface and its impacts on the traveling paths. Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, 313. (SCI)
    11. C.Y. Kuo, P.W. Tsai, Y.C. Tai, Y.H. Chan, R.F. Chen, C.W. Lin (2020). Application Assessments of Using Scarp Boundary-Fitted, Volume Constrained, Smooth Minimal Surfaces as Failure Interfaces of Deep-Seated Landslides. Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, 211. (SCI)
    12. L. Carleo, L. Sarno, M. N. Papa, Y.-C. Tai, P. Villani, (2019). Volume fraction and velocity fields of nearly uniform granular flows in a narrow channel geometry with smooth bed. Advanced Powder Technology, 30(10), Oct. 2019, 2379-2395. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apt.2019.07.021 (SCI)
    13. Lee, W. L., Tai, Y. C., Shieh, C. L., Miyamoto, K., & Lin, Y. F., (2019). Hydro-mechanical response with respect to the air ventilation for water filtration in homogeneous soil. Journal of Mountain Science, 16(11), 2562-2576. (SCI)
    14. O. A.-A. Rufai, Y.-C. Jin and Y.-C. Tai (2019). Rheometry of dense granular collapse on inclined planes. Granular Matter, 21:62, DOI:10.1007/s10035-019-0922-6.
    15. T. Xu, Y.-C. Jin and Y.-C. Tai (2019). Granular surface waves interaction across phases modeled by mesh-free method. Powder Technology, 355, 226–241. (SCI)
    16. Heß, J., Tai, Y. C., & Wang, Y. (2019). Debris Flows with Pore Pressure and Intergranular Friction on Rugged Topography. Computers & Fluids, 190, 139-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j. compfluid.2019.06.015 (SCI)
    17. Y.-C. Tai, J. Heß and Y. Wang (2019). Two-Phase Debris Flows with Grain-Fluid Separation over Rugged Topography: Application to the 2009 Hsiaolin Event, Taiwan. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, DOI: 10.1029/2018JF004671. (SCI)
    18. L. Sarno, A. Carravetta, Y.-C. Tai, R. Martino, M. N. Papa, C.-Y. Kuo (2018). Measuring the velocity fields of granular flows -- Employment of a multi-pass two-dimensional particle image velocimetry (2D-PIV) approach. Advanced Powder Technology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apt.2018. 08.014. (SCI)
    19. A.L. Delis, H. Guillard, Yih-Chin Tai (2018) Numerical simulation of hydraulic jumps with shear shallow water model. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01647019v1
    20. Tibing Xu, Yee-Chung Jin, Yih-Chin Tai and Chun-Hua Lu (2017). Simulation of granular column collapses using the (μ-I) rheology model with experimental validation. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 247, 146–164. (SCI)
    21. Chin-Kai Cheng, Yih-Chin Tai and Yee-Chung Jin (2017). “Particle Image Velocity Measurement and Mesh-Free Methods Modeling Study of Forced Hydraulic Jumps.” ASCE's Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 143(9), 04017028. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HY.1943-7900.0001325. (SCI)
    22. L. Sarno, A. Carravetta, R. Martino, M.N. Papa and Y.-C. Tai (2017). “Some considerations on numerical schemes for treating hyperbolicity issues in two-layer models.” Advances in Water Resources, 100, 183-198. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.12.014. (SCI)
    23. Sarno, L., Papa, M.N., Villani, P. & Tai, Y.C. (2016). “An optical method for measuring the near-wall volume fraction in granular dispersions.” Granular Matter, 18: 80. doi:10.1007/s10035- 016-0676-3. (SCI)
    24. Jin, Y. C., Guo, K., Tai, Y. C., & Lu, C. H. (2016). “Laboratory and numerical study of the flow field of subaqueous block sliding on a slope.” Ocean Engineering, 124, 371-383. (SCI)
    25. Kuo, C. Y., Sheng, L. T., Chiu, S. Y., Yang, Y. Z., Tai, Y. C., and Hsiau, S. S. (2015). “Measurement and discrete element simulation of a fixed-obstacle disturbed rapid granular chute flow.” Physics of Fluids (1994-present), 27(1), 013305. (SCI)
    26. Kuo, C. Y., Chang, K. J., Tsai, P. W., Wei, S. K., Chen, R. F., Dong, J. J., ... and Tai, Y. C. (2015). “Identification of Co-seismic Ground Motion due to Fracturing and Impact of the Tsaoling Landslide, Taiwan.” Engineering Geology, 196, 268-279; doi: 10.1016/j.enggeo.2015.07.013. (SCI)
    27. L. Sarno*, A. Carravetta, R. Martino and Y. C. Tai (2014) “A two-layer depth-averaged approach to describe the regime stratification in collapses of dry granular columns.” Physics of Fluids, 26, 103303; doi: 10.1063/1.4898563. (SCI)
    28. J. Xie, Y.C. Tai and Y.C. Jin* (2013). “Study of the Free Surface Flow of Water-Kaolinite Mixture by Moving Particle Semi-Implicit (MPS) Method.” International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, doi: 10.1002/nag.2234. (SCI)
    29. L. Sarno*, A. Carravetta, R. Martino and Y.C. Tai (2013). “The pressure coefficient in dam-break flows of dry granular matter.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 139(11), 1126–1133. doi:10.1061/(ASCE) HY.1943- 7900.0000772. (SCI)
    30. W.C. Chen, C.Y. Kuo*, K.M. Shyue and Y.C. Tai (2013). “Gas Kinetic Scheme for Anisotropic Savage-Hutter Model.” Communications in Computational Physics, 13(5), 1432–1454. (SCI)
    31. L.T. Sheng, Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo and S.S. Hsiau* (2013) “A two-phase model for dry density- varying granular flows.” Advanced Powder Technology, 24, 132–142. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.apt.2012.04.001 (SCI). (NSC 100-2628-E-006-207- )
    32. I. Luca, C.Y. Kuo, K. Hutter and Y.C. Tai (2012). ”Modeling Shallow Over-Saturated Mixtures on Arbitrary Rigid Topography.” Journal of Mechanics, 28, 523–541. (SCI) (NSC 97-2221-E-260- 018).
    33. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2012). Modelling shallow debris flows of the Coulomb-mixture type over temporally varying topography. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 12, 269–280, doi:10.5194/nhess-12- 269-2012. (SCI) (NSC 99-2628-E-006-164-, 100-2628-E-006-207- and 100-2116-M-001-008-)
    34. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo and W.H. Hui (2012). “An alternative depth-integrated formulation for granular avalanches over temporally varying topography with small curvature.” Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 106(6), 596–629. DOI:10.1080/03091929.2011.648630. (SCI) (NSC 99- 2628-E-006-164- and 99-2116-M-001-015-)
    35. C.Y. Kuo, Y.C. Tai, C.C. Chen, K.J. Chang, A. Y. Siau, J.J. Dong, R. Han and T. Shimamoto (2011). “The landslide stage of the Shiaolin catastrophe: simulation and validation.” Journal of Geophysical Research -- Earth Surface, 116, F04007, doi:10.1029/2010JF001921. (SCI)
    36. L.T. Sheng, C.Y. Kuo, Y.C. Tai and S.S. Hsiau (2011). “Indirect measurements of streamwise solid fraction variations of granular flows accelerating down a smooth rectangular chute.” Experiments in Fluids, DOI: 10.1007/s00348-011-1149-4. (SCI) (NSC 98-2221-E-001- 011-, 98-2221-E-260-018-, 97-2628-E-008-036-MY3.)
    37. I. Luca, K.Hutter, C.Y. Kuo and Y.C. Tai (2009). Two-layer models for shallow avalanche flows over arbitrary variable topography. Int. J. Adv. Eng. Sci. Appl. Math. (AESAM), 1, 99-121. DOI: 10.1007/s12572-010-0006-7 (invited paper for the first issue). (NSC 98-2221-E-260-018-)
    38. C.-Y. Kuo, B. Nkonga, M. Ricchiuto, Y.-C. Tai and B. Braconnier (2009). Dry Granular Flows with Erosion/Deposition Process. ESAIM: PROCEEDINGS, 28, 136-150. (Taiwan-France Orchid Program, NSC 97-2911-I-002-015, NSC 98-2911-I-002-007)
    39. K.C. Chen, J.Y. Lan and Y.C. Tai (2009). Description of local dilatancy and local rotation of granular assemblies by microstretch modeling. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 46, 3882-3893. (SCI) (NSC 96-2221-E-002-124-)
    40. I. Luca, Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2009). Modeling shallow gravity-driven solid-fluid mixtures over arbitrary topography. Comm. in Math. Sci., 7(1), 1–36 (SCI) (NSC 97-2221-E-260-018-)
    41. I. Luca, K. Hutter, Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2009). A hierarchy of avalanche models on arbitrary topography. Acta Mechanica, 205, 121-149. (SCI) (NSC 96-2221-E-260-010-)
    42. C.Y. Kuo, Y.C. Tai, F. Bouchut, A. Mangeney, M. Pelanti, R.F. Chen and K.J. Chang (2009). Simulation of Tsaoling landslide, Taiwan, based on Saint Venant equations over general topography. Engineering Geology, 104, 181-189. (SCI) (NSC 96-2221-E-260- 010-)
    43. I. Luca, Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2009). Non-Cartesian, topography-based avalanche equations and approximations of gravity driven flows of ideal and viscous fluids. Math. Mod. Meth. Appl. Sci., 19(1), 127 – 171. (SCI) (NSC 96-2221-E-260-010-)
    44. Y.C. Tai and Y.C. Lin (2008). A focused view of the behavior of granular flows down a confined inclined chute into horizontal run-out zone. Physics of Fluids, 20, 123302. (SCI) (NSC 96-2221- E-260-010-)
    45. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2008). A new model of granular flows over general topography with erosion and deposition. Acta Mechanica, 199, 71 – 96. (SCI) (NSC 95-2221-E-260-002-)
    46. K.C. Chen and Y.C. Tai (2008). Volume-weighted mixture theory of granular materials. Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 19, 457 – 474. (SCI) (NSC 95-2221-E-260-002-)
    47. J.M.N.T. Gray , Y.C. Tai and S. Noelle (2003). Shock waves, dead zones and particle-free regions in rapid granular free-surface flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 491, 161 – 181. (SCI, EI)
    48. Y.C. Tai, S. Noelle, J.M.N.T. Gray and K. Hutter (2002). Shock-Capturing and Front Tracking Methods for Granular Avalanches. Journal of Computational Physics, 175 (1), 269 – 301. (SCI)
    49. Y.C. Tai, J.M.N.T. Gray, K. Hutter and S. Noelle (2001). Flow of dense avalanches past obstructions. Ann. of Glaciology, 32, 281 – 284. (SCI)
    50. Y.C. Tai, S. Noelle, J.M.N.T. Gray and K. Hutter (2001). An accurate shock-capturing finite- difference method to solve the Savage-Hutter equations in avalanche dynamics. Ann. of Glaciology, 32, 263 – 267. (SCI)
    51. Tai, Y.C., Hutter, K. and Gray, J.M.N.T. (2000). Steady Motion of a Finite Granular Mass in a Rotating Drum. The Chinese Journal of Mechanics, 16(2), 67 –72. (SCI)
    52. Tai, Y.C. and Gray, J.M.N.T. (1998). Limiting stress states in granular avalanches. Ann. of Glaciology, 26, 272 – 276.
    53. Gray, J.M.N.T. and Tai, Y.C. (1998). On the inclusion of a velocity dependent basal drag in avalanche models. Ann. of Glaciology, 26, 37 – 43.

    專書論文/專書(Special issues/books)

    1. Y.-C. Tai, C.-Y. Kuo, N. Hotta, Marc-H. Derron, and R.-F. Chen (2022) “Editorial: Integration of state-of-art techniques for landslide hazard assessment and the mitigation caused by the subsequent multimodal disaster.” Front. Earth Sci. Sec. Geohazards and Georisks, doi: 10.3389/feart.2022. 979106.
    2. L. Sarno, Y.C. Tai, A. Carravetta, R. Martino, M.N. Papa and C.Y. Kuo (2019) “Challenges and improvements in applying a particle image velocimetry (PIV) approach to granular flows.” Journal of Physics: Conf. Series 1249 (2019) 012011.
    3. L. Sarno, M.N. Papa, Y.C. Tai, L. Carleo and P. Villani (2019) “A non-invasive stochastic-optical method (SOM) for estimating the volume fraction in granular flows: application on interrogation windows with different aspect ratios.” Journal of Physics: Conf. Series 1249 (2019) 012013.
    4. Luca, I., Tai, Y. C., Kuo, C. Y. (2016) “Shallow Geophysical Mass Flows down Arbitrary Topo- graphy.” Springer Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-319-02626-8.
    5. L. Sarno, M. N. Papa, Y. C. Tai, A. Carravetta, R. Martino (2014). “A reliable PIV approach for measuring velocity profiles of highly sheared granular flows.” G. Viccione and C. Guarnaccia (Eds), Latest Trends in Engineering Mechanics, Structures, Engineering Geology, 134-141, WSEAS Press, ISBN: 978-960-474-376-6.
    6. L. Sarno, A. Carravetta, R. Martino, Y. C. Tai and M. N. Papa (2014). “A two-layer depth- averaged model of dry granular material for dam-break flows.” G. Viccione and C. Guarnaccia (Eds), Latest Trends in Engineering Mechanics, Structures, Engineering Geology, 118-127, WSEAS Press, ISBN: 978-960-474-376-6.
    7. 戴義欽 (2013). “詭譎多變的近岸水流”, 科學發展, 488期, 22—27.
    8. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo, L.T. Sheng and S.S. Hsiau (2012). “A two-phase model for dry density-varying granular flows over general topography.” E. Eberhardt et al. (Eds), Landslides and Engineered Slopes: Protecting Society through Improved Understanding (Volume 2), 1679-1685, Taylor & Francis Group, London.
    9. Y.C. Tai, K. Hutter and J.M.N.T. Gray (2001). Dense Granular Avalanches: Mathematical Description and Experimental Validation. N.J. Balmforth and A. Provenzale (Eds.) Geomorpho- logical Fluid Mechanics, 339 – 366. Springer Verlag.
    10. Tai, Y.C. (2000). Dynamics of granular avalanches and their simulations with shock-capturing and front-tracking numerical schemes. Ph. D. Thesis, Institute for Mechanics, Darmstadt University of Technology, Shakers Verlag, Aachen, ISBN 3-8265-7249-1, 146pp.
    11. Gray, J.M.N.T. and Tai, Y.C., (1998). Particle size segregation, granular shocks and stratification patterns. NATO ASI series, H.J. Hermann et al. (eds.), Physics of dry granular media, 697 – 702. Kluwer Academic.
    12. Y.C. Tai (1996). Dynamik granularer Lawinen – Berücksichtigung der Geschwindigkeitsab -hängigkeit der Bodenreibung und numerische Simulation. Diplomarbeit, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt.

    研討會論文/發表(Conference/other scientific publications)

    1. Yih-Chin Tai, Chi-Jyun Ko, Ching-Yuan Ma and Hock-Liet Wong (2021). Modeling the Sediment-Related Hazardous Flows over Rugged Topography --- Terrain-fitted or Cartesian Coordinate system? The 45th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, New Taipei, Taiwan, Nov. 18-19, 2021. (e-conference)
    2. 馬晴元、柯奇均、王福杰、戴義欽 (2021). 地形座標系統上之三相流模式在CUDA架構下之GPU計算. 2021 Conference on Computer Applications in Civil and Hydraulic Engineering, August 30-31, 2021 at National Central University, Taiwan. (e-conference)
    3. 陳柏志、柯奇均、鐘柏顯、劉敏梧、戴義欽* (2021). 水位監測與即時淹水現況3D 展示評估系統. 第25屆水利工程研討會. 2021年9月9、10日,台南。(e-conference)
    4. 馬晴元、柯奇均、戴義欽* (2021). 參數高度不確定性下以CUDA 架構進行GPU 演算之土石流危險災害評估. 第25屆水利工程研討會. 2021年9月9、10日,台南。(e-conference) (指導 學生論文競賽 碩士班第二組 佳作)
    5. 王織綾、柯奇均、呂濬琟、戴義欽* (2021). 以參考橢圓為基礎之理想化破壞曲面最佳化搜尋. 第25屆水利工程研討會. 2021年9月9、10日,台南。(e-conference) (指導 學生論文競賽 碩士班第二組 第二名)
    6. 王福杰、戴義欽*、堀田紀文 (2021). 二相土石流動態模擬數值模式之沖刷堆積研究. 第25屆水利工程研討會. 2021年9月9、10日,台南。(e-conference) (指導 學生論文競賽 博士班組 第一名)
    7. Wong, H. K., Ma, C.-Y., Ko, C.-J., and Tai, Y.-C. (2021). “An investigation of two-phase grain-fluid model on the development process of debris flow fan.” EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr. 2021, EGU21-10498, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-10498. (online vPICO presentation)
    8. Chi-Jyun Ko, Chih-Ling Wang, Hock-Kiet Wong and Yih-Chin Tai (2021). “Idealized curved surface for mimicking slope failure: toward the sequential failure.” EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr. 2021, EGU21-10520, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-10520. (online vPICO presentation)
    9. Chih-Ling Wang, Chi-Jyun Ko, Po-Chih Chen, and Yih-Chin Tai (2021). “GPU-Integrated Simulation Tool with Web-Based 3D Visualization for Shallow Flows.” International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters (eMSD 2021), Jan. 26, 2021. (online oral)
    10. Hock-Kiet Wong, Yih-Chin Tai, Chi-Jyun Ko, Ching-Yuan Ma, and Chih-Ling Wang (2021). “GIS-Integrated Rainfall-Runoff Model as Alternative for Determining the Over-Flow-Location of Debris Flows.” International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters (eMSD 2021), Jan. 26, 2021. (online oral)
    11. H.K. Wong, Y.C. Tai, C.J. Ko, C.Y. Kuo (2020). “Toward A Grain-Clay-Fluid Model for Debris Flows.” COMSAFE 2020 3rd International Conference on Computational Engineering and Science for Safety and Environmental Problems, 8-11 December 2020, Kobe, Japan. (Online conference)
    12. Yih-Chin Tai, Hock-Kiet Wong, Chi-Jyun Ko, Zih-Ruei Wang (2020). “The Impacts of Fine Particle Content on the Grain-Fluid Flows.” The 44th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, I-Lan, Nov. 26-27, 2020. (oral)
    13. 王福杰、柯奇均、戴義欽 (2020). “與地理資訊系統整合之數值模式與網頁呈現模組”,中華民國力學學會第四十四屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2020),109年11月26-27日,國立宜蘭大學。(oral)
    14. 柯奇均、王福杰、陳柏志、戴義欽 (2020). “降雨逕流模式與地理資訊系統之介面化計算架構”,中華民國力學學會第四十四屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2020),109年11月26-27日,國立宜蘭大學。(oral)
    15. Chi-Jyun Ko, Hock-Kiet Wong, Zih-Ruei Wang, Yih-Chin Tai (2020). “The periodic particle collapse of sand piles and stability analysis.” Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Current Researches in Geotechnical Engineering in Taiwan, September 1st – 3rd, 2020, Pingtung, Taiwan.
    16. Ming-Shang Chou, Yih-Chin Tai and Shu-Hsuan Chou (2019). “Measurement of Volume Fraction by Dry Granular Flows and the Associated mu-I-Rheology.” 7th Asian Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (APCOM 2019), December 17-20, 2019, Taipei, Taiwan. Page 253 (MS 702A). (Abstract, oral)
    17. 李坤錠、戴義欽、柯奇均 (2019). “理想崩塌破壞曲面可行性之探討”,中華民國力學學會第四十三屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2019),108年11月29日,逢甲大學。(Poster)
    18. 吳昱辰、戴義欽、柯奇均、王福杰 (2019). “地形座標系統於極崎嶇地形之應用”,中華民國力學學會第四十三屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2019),108年11月29日,逢甲大學。(Poster)
    19. Y.-C. Tai, C.-T. Ni, S.-H. Tan and Darby T.-H. Chang (2019). “A Web-based Hazard-mapping Demonstrating System.” Proceedings of 9th International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Oct. 17-19, 2019, Mie University, Tsu city, Japan.
    20. C.-J. Ko, K.-D. Li, Y.-C. Wu and Y.-C. Tai (2019). “An Idealized Curved Surface for Landslide Failure and its Impacts on the Flow Paths.” Proceedings of 9th International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Oct. 17-19, 2019, Mie University, Tsu city, Japan.
    21. Y.-C. Tai, K.-D. Li, Y.-C. Wu, C.-Y. Kuo, R.-F. Chen and C.-W. Lin (2019). “How well can we approximate the failure surface and estimate the amount of landslide mass? An idealized failure surface for predicting its traveling path.” EGU General Assembly 2019, Apr. 7-12, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 21, EGU2019-7364-1, 2019. (Poster)
    22. Chih-Yu Kuo, Pi-Wen Tsai, Yih-Chin Tai, Ya-Hsin Chan, Rou-Fei Chen, Ching-Weei Lin, and Kuo-Jen Chang (2019). “Modelling deep-seated landslide fracture scarps by topography-fitted minimal surfaces” EGU General Assembly 2019, Apr. 7-12, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 21, EGU2019-3754, 2019. (Poster)
    23. Luigi Carleo, Luca Sarno, Maria Nicolina Papa, Yih-Chin Tai, Paolo Villani (2019). “Experimental study on the dynamics of dry granular chute flows over an erodible bed” EGU General Assembly 2019, Apr. 7-12, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 21, EGU2019-1698, 2019. (Oral presentation by Dr. Sarno)
    24. 李坤錠、戴義欽、蘇郁文 (2018). “以理想曲面快速評估崩塌破壞曲面之研究”,中華民國力學學會第四十二屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2018),107年11月23-24日,國立台北科技大學。 (海報競賽佳作)
    25. 吳昱辰、戴義欽、蘇郁文 (2018). “兩相土石流動態模擬數值模式”,中華民國力學學會第四十二屆全國力學會議 (CTAM2018),107年11月23-24日,國立台北科技大學。
    26. Guan-Cen Lai, Yih-Chin Tai*, Yu-Jhen Cai and Chih-Yu Kuo (2018). “Some considerations on the erosion and deposition rates of sediment-water mixture.” INTERPRAEVENT International Symposium, October 1-4, 2018 in Toyama, Japan. (Poster)
    27. Y.C. Tai, J. Hess and Y. Wang (2017). “Numerical Investigation of Two-Phase Debris Flows over Rugged Topography.” Third Computational Mechanics Conference in Taiwan, Oct. 19-20, 2017, Tainan, Taiwan. (Abstract)
    28. Yih-Chin Tai, Guan-Cen Lai and Chih-Yu Kuo (2016). “A Study on Adaptive Correction Factors and their Impacts on the Debris Flow Simulation.” Joint Workshop of 2016 International Debris-Flow Workshop (ANDF Workshop) and 6th International Workshop of Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Nov. 29- Dec. 02, 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
    29. Ji-Shang Wang, Yih-Chin Tai, Yu-Wen Su, Chyan-Deng Jan , Kuei-Lin Fu (2016). “Long-Term Topographic Evolution of a Landslide Site: A Case Study in Salitung Creek, Taiwan.” Joint Workshop of 2016 International Debris-Flow Workshop (ANDF Workshop) and 6th International Workshop of Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Nov. 29- Dec. 02, 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
    30. Yih-Chin Tai, Guan-Cen Lai, Chin-Kai Cheng, and Chih-Yu Kuo (2016). “Experimental Study on Hydraulic Jumps With and Without Sediment.” The 12th International Conference on Hydro- science & Engineering for Environmental Resilience, Nov. 6-10, 2016, Tainan, Taiwan.
    31. Chih-Yu Kuo, Yih-Chin Tai and Guan-Cen Lai (2016). “On the Steady Standing Surface Wave Pattern of Flows in a Narrow Rectangular Straight Chute.” The 12th International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering for Environmental Resilience, Nov. 6-10, 2016, Tainan, Taiwan.
    32. B. Nkonga, Y-C. Tai, J. Vides, C-Y. Kuo (2016). “Multi-Scales Approximations of Thin Flows for Curved Topography.” The 12th International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering for Environmental Resilience, Nov. 6-10, 2016, Tainan, Taiwan.
    33. 陸珺華、戴義欽、Yee-Chung Jin、Kun Guo (2016). “粒子影像測速法應用於水中滑塊速度場之探討” 中華民國力學學會第四十屆全國力學會議 國立交通大學,新竹市,2016年11月25-26日。
    34. Yih-Chin Tai, Chia-Chi Shen and Ping-Cheng Wang (2015). “A Depth-Averaged Model for Non- Hydrostatic Debris Flows”. 6th International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Prediction and Assessment, June 22-25, 2015, Tsukuba, Japan. (Poster)
    35. Wei-Lung Lee and Yih-Chin Tai (2014). “Curvature effect on the depth-averaged model equations over curved topography.” The 5th International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Oct. 03-05, 2014, Tainan, Taiwan.
    36. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo and Y.T. Huang (2014). “A Hybrid Method for Simulating Hazardous Flows over Non-Trivial Topography.” APACM Thematic Conference & IACM Special Interest Conference COMPSAFE 2014— 1st International Conference on Computational Engineering and Science for Safety and Environmental Problems. Apr. 13-17, 2014, Sendai, Japan. (Oral presentation)
    37. 黃亞婷, 戴義欽 (2013) 地形座標系統在可侵蝕底床潰壩剪力流之應用第20屆計算流體力學研討會、南投,中華民國102年8月21-23日
    38. Ya-Ting Huang and Yih-Chin Tai (2013). “The erosion in a model of dam-break shear flows.” The 2013 International Conference on Interaction & Multiscale Mechanics (AIMM13), 8-12 Sep. 2013, Jeju, Korea.
    39. Yih-Chin Tai and Chia-Chi Shen (2013). “Influence of the correction factors in simulating debris flows.” The 4th International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Sep. 08-09, 2013, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, pp. 103-108.
    40. Wen-Chi Chen, Chih-Yu Kuo, Keh-Ming Shyue and Yih-Chin Tai (2012). “Simulation of aniso -tropic Savage-Hutter Model using Gas-Kinetic Scheme.” XXIII ICTAM, 19–24 August 2012, Beijing, China.
    41. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo, L.T. Sheng and S.S. Hsiau (2012). “A two-phase model for dry density- varying granular flows over general topography.” The 11th International & 2nd North American Symposium on Landslides, June 3 to 8, 2012- Banff, Alberta, Canada.
    42. Yih-Chin Tai, Yuan-Hsien Liao, Shu-Da Lin (2012). “Erosional dam-break flows over general topography.” The 3rd International Workshop on Multimodal Sediment Disasters, Sep. 22-26, 2012, Hodaka, Japan, E-2-1~6.
    43. Li-Tsung Sheng, Chih-Yu Kuo, Yih-Chih Tai, Shu-San Hsiau and Shih-Hao Chou (2012). “Experimental study on solid fraction of granular flow accelerating down a rectangular chute.” The 5th Asian particle Technology Symposium (APT 2012), 2-5 July 2012, Singapore.
    44. L. Sarno, A. Carravetta, R. Martino and Y.C. Tai (2011). “A two-layer approach to describe granular avalanches and debris flows.” The 35th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, November 18-19, 2011.
    45. H. H. Hwung, Y. C. Tai, R.Y. Yang, W.Y. Hsu, P.C. Kuo, Igor V. Shugan (2011). “Experimental and theoretical study on flood bore propagation and mushroom jet generation of dam-break flow.” The 11th Asian Symposium on Visualization, Niigata, Japan, June 5-9, 2011.
    46. W.C. Chen, C.Y. Kuo,, K.M. Shyue and Y.C. Tai (2011). “Application of kinetic scheme to extended Savage-Hutter Model.” The 18th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference in Taiwan, 3-5 August 2011, Yilan, Taiwan.
    47. C.Y. Kuo, L.T. Sheng, S. Y. Chiu, Y.C. Tai, S. S. Hsiau (2011). “The streamwise solid volume fraction of parallel accelerating dry granular flows and the evolution of the fraction across normal granular shocks.” EGU General Assembly 2011, Vienna Austria, 2011-1708.
    48. S. Y. Chiu, L. T. Sheng, C. Y. Kuo, Y. C. Tai and S. S. Hsiau (2010). “The effect of semi-circular cylinder obstacle on gravity-driven granular flow.” The 34th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, November 19-20, 2010.
    49. L. T. Sheng, C. Y. Kuo, Y. C. Tai and S. S. Hsiau (2010). “Experimental study on solid fraction of granular flow accelerating down a rectangular chute.” The 34th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, November 19-20, 2010.
    50. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2010). “An application of unified coordinate method to the Coulomb- mixture theory over general topography of shallow curvature with deposition.” The 17th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference in Taiwan, 29-31 July 2010, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
    51. W.C. Chen, C.Y. Kuo, K.M. Shyue, Y.C. Tai (2010). ” Targeting kinetic scheme towards Savage- Hutter model over general topography.” The 17th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference in Taiwan, 29-31 July 2010, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
    52. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo, (2010)."Collapse of granular column with time varying topography." AIP Conference Proceedings, 1233, 845 – 850. doi:10.1063/1.3452289.
    53. C.Y. Kuo, C.C. Chen, J.J. Dong, Y.C. Tai, K.J. Chang and A.Y. Siau (2010)."Simulation of Shiaolin Landslide and Focal Validation with Near-Surface Magnetic Measurements." Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2010, May 2010, Taipei/Tainan, Taiwan.
    54. Y.C. Tai C.Y. Kuo and Y.H. Liao (2010). "On the stationary conditions for equation systems of Savage-Hutter type for granular avalanches." Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2010, May 2010, Taipei/Tainan, Taiwan.
    55. C.Y. Kuo, K. J. Chang, A.Y. Hsiau, C.C. Chen, Y.C. Tai, J. J. Dong, R.F. Chen (2010). "Landslide simulations with continuum hydrodynamic models." 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting (WPGM),22-25 June 2010, Taipei, Taiwan.
    56. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2010)."Modeling the shallow gravity-driven flows as saturated binary mixtures over temporally varying topography." EGU General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria, 2010. (Poster)
    57. W.C. Huang, A.Y. Siao, C.Y. Kuo, K.J. Chang, R.F. Chen and Y.C. Tai (2010). "Back-analysis of apparent basal friction of Tsaoling and Jiufenershan Landslides, 1999." INTRAEVENT 2010.
    58. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo and Z.Y. Huang (2010). "A description of temporally varying topography on the column collapses and flows of granular material down inclined chute." Forum on Computational Mechanics of Discontinua, 29th Jan. 2010, Taipei, 115-127.
    59. Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2009). "Collapse of granular column with time varying topography." 2nd International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM II) 12th International Conference on Enhancement and Promotion of Computational Methods in Engineering and Science (EPMESC XII), Nov. 30 – Dec. 3, 2009, Hong Kong–Macau. (invited paper) (NSC 98-2221-E-260-018-)
    60. R.F. Chen, C.Y. Kuo, W.C. Hung, K.J. Chang, H.Y. Li and Y.C. Tai (2009). "Aerial photo- grammetry investigation and numerical simulation of Tsaoling Landslide triggered by the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake, Taiwan." The next generation of Research on Earthquake- induced Landslides: An international Conference in Commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the Chi-Chi Earthquake, Sep. 21-26, 2009, National Central University, Chungli, Taiwan. (NSC 97-2221-E- 260-018-)
    61. Y.C. Tai, B. Nkonga, C.Y. Kuo and K.M. Shyue (2009). "On the time varying topography of granular column collapses." Symposium commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the Taiwan- France Scientific Prize, Sep. 2-3, 2009, Taipei, Taiwan. (Poster) (NSC 97-2221-E- 260-018-)
    62. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo amd Z.Y. Huang (2009). "Description of time varying topography on the deposition and erosion of granular flows." Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2009, August 2009, Chongqing/Chengdu, China, 127-133. (NSC 97-2221-E- 260-018-)
    63. Y.C. Tai, C.H Chen, J.Y. Lan, K.C. Chen amd C.Y. Kuo (2008). "Internal Structure of a Finite Granular Mass Spreading on a Horizontal Plane." Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2008, September, 2008, Tainan/Taipei, Taiwan. (NSC 97-2221-E- 260-018-)
    64. L.T. Sheng, Y.C. Tai, K.C. Kuo and S.S. Hsiau (2008). "A two-phase model for dry density- varying granular flows." The 2nd International Symposium on Shallow Flows, Hongkong, December 10, 2008. (NSC 97-2221-E-260-018-)
    65. I. Luca, K.Hutter, Y.C. Tai and C.Y. Kuo (2008). "Topography based avalanche equations and a hierarchy of avalanche models." EGU General Assembly 2008, Vienna, Austria, 14-18 April 2008. (oral presentation by I. Luca). (NSC 96-2221-E-260-010-)
    66. C.Y. Kuo, Y.C. Tai, F. Bouchut, M. Pelanti, R.F. Chen and K.C. Chang (2008). "Simulation of TsaoLing Landslide Based on Saint Venant Equations over General Topography." EGU General Assembly 2008, Vienna, Austria, 14-18 April 2008. (Poster). (NSC 96-2221-E-260-010-)
    67. Y.C. Tai and Y.C. Lin (2008). “On the deposition of granular surface flows.” EGU General Assembly 2008, Vienna, Austria, 14-18 April 2008. (Poster). (NSC 96-2221-E-260-010-)
    68. Y.C. Tai, C.Y. Kuo and Y.J. Lin (2007) “An Erodible Model of Granular Flows over one-dimen- sional Topography.” 2007Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics, August, 2007, Xi’an/Lanzhou, China. (NSC 95-2221-E-260-002)
    69. L-T Sheng, Y-C Tai and S-S Hsiau (2007) “The Two Fluid Model and the Effect of Solid Fraction.” The 31th National Conference of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, R.O.C., December, 2007. (NSC 95-2221-E-260-002)
    70. Y.C. Tai (2007) “A New Model of Gravity Driven Flows over General Topography with Erosion and Deposition.” EGU General Assembly 2007, Vienna, Austria, 15-20 April 2007. (Poster). (NSC 95-2221-E-260-002)
    71. Tai, Y.C., Hsieh, M.J. and Liu, I.C. (2006), “An Application of Unified Coordinate to 1-D Savage-Hutter Model for Granular Flows.” Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2006, Taipei-Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C., September, 2006. (NSC 94-2625-Z-260-002)
    72. Chuang, W-F, Tai,Y-C. and Chen, K-C. (2006), “On the Reversibility in the Packing of Vertically Vibrated Granular Materials.” The 30th conference of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Changhua, Taiwan, R.O.C., December, 2006. (F 2-3) (NSC 94-2625-Z-260-002)
    73. S.P. Pudasaini, L-T Shen, Y-C Tai, S-S Hsiau and K. Hutter. (2006), “Motion of a Finite Mass of Granular Avalanche in a Curved and Twisted Channel: Experiment.” The 30th conference of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Changhua, Taiwan, R.O.C., December, 2006. (F 3-5) (NSC 94-2625-Z-260-002)
    74. Tai, Y.C., Noelle, S. and Gray, J.M.N.T. (2005). “An Application of Non-oscillatory Central (NOC) Scheme to Shock Formation in Rapid Granular Flows.” The 6th Asian Computational fluid dynamics Conference, Taiwan, October 24~27, 2005. (NSC 94-2211-E-260-003 and NSC 94- 2625-Z-260-002)
    75. Tai, Y.C., Hutter, K. and Gray, J.M.N.T. (2005). “Shock Formation in Rapid Granular Flows.” Cross-Strait Workshop on Engineering Mechanics 2005, Hangzhou-Shanghai, China, September, 2005. (NSC94-2211-E-260-003)
    76. Tai, Y.C., Pudasaini, S.H. and Hsiao, S.S. (2005). “An Application of Lagrange-moving-grid Scheme for Granular and Debris Avalanches.” 九十四年電子計算機於土木水利工程應用研討會,台南,民國94年8月。(NSC94-2211-E-260-003)
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