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Ecoute microsismique appliquée aux versants instables, exemple des ruines de Séchilienne (Isère, 38)

Abstract : Field observations and movements measured since 1985 by the Lyon CETE (Public works regional engineering office) monitoring system at the Ruines de Séchilienne show that the slope deformation and fault mechanisms are complex. To provide a deeper understanding of these mechanisms, INERIS has been investigating the site through the instrumentation of deep drillholes since 2009. An experimental multi-parameter monitoring system was installed on the western edge of the large active zone. It uses an integrated technology platform which combines microseismic, geotechnical, hydrogeological, meteorological and 3D displacements. The article outlines the objectives and the methodology applied by INERIS to meet the requirements of early warning multi-parameter systems applied to unstable rock slopes. The studied site and the main characteristics of the system are presented. Items dealing with the system calibration and characterization data are described and preliminary data are given
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  • HAL Id : ineris-00973601, version 1
  • INERIS : EN-2010-414



Clémence Dunner, Emmanuelle Klein, Arnaud Charmoille, Pascal Bigarre. Ecoute microsismique appliquée aux versants instables, exemple des ruines de Séchilienne (Isère, 38). Stabilité des versants rocheux. Rock Slope Stability (RSS 2010), Nov 2010, Paris, France. pp.13. ⟨ineris-00973601⟩



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