International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018

Research on Study of the Investigation of mass Movement along Malshej Ghat

Prof. P. D. Sabale | Prof. S. J. Yadav | S. G. Admuthe | H. R. Ambavane | V. R. Athawale | N. C. Chavan | P. B. Govekar

Abstract: Landslide is a characteristic wonder which is happen due to either by artificial or because of regular variables. Landslide events in slope improvement zones assume a critical part to adjust the landslide. Slope cutting and leveling for home and improvement of zone in a case of synthetic action which is an explanation behind land sliding around there Natural factor, for example, excess precipitation, surge in waterway are the case of characteristic factor so that for reason for understanding their specialized perspective we embrace examination in malshej ghat in this year (2017-18). In our in examination and overview we gather soil and rock test from site in which we will done different test for researching their properties. In our review with our guide we take GPS perusing implies scope, Longitude and rise of these point and furthermore comprehended the topographical and geomorphologic qualities of shake and soil. The principal phase of our task is the study of malshej ghat and gathering topographical data of site and next stage is accumulation of test of each point and testing the soil and rock sample and their outcome can be contrast with ASTM. After testing we decide to specify area is prone to landslide. if the area is prone to landslide we providing the remedial measure.

Keywords: Hillside, Latitude, Longitude, GPS

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018,

Pages: 1340 - 1343

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