& # 039; Unparalleled & # 039; 3D animation reveals what really happens inside an avalanche

A crack appears in the lower layer of snow, which can spread rapidly.

An avalanche of snow slab is usually activated when there is an additional load, such as a skier crossing, in the snow, or when the snow is destabilized in some other way, for example, by an explosion.

This causes a crack to appear in the lower layer of snow, which can spread rapidly.

At this point, the snow is behaving according to the principles of solid mechanics.

As the crack extends, the porous structure of the weak layer causes it to collapse under the weight of the surface slab.

Due to its mass and slope, the slab is released and begins to slip through the weakest layer.

A crack appears in the lower layer of snow, which can spread rapidly.

A crack appears in the lower layer of snow, which can spread rapidly.

An avalanche of snow slab is usually activated when there is an additional load, such as a skier crossing, in the snow, or when the snow is destabilized in some other way, for example, by an explosion.

An avalanche of snow slab is usually activated when there is an additional load, such as a skier crossing, in the snow, or when the snow is destabilized in some other way, for example, by an explosion.

An avalanche of snow slab is usually activated when there is an additional load, such as a skier crossing, in the snow, or when the snow is destabilized in some other way, for example, by an explosion.

The collisions, frictions and fractures experienced by solid snow as the top layer slides down and breaks causes a collective behavior characteristic of a fluid.

The researchers were able to simulate the collapse of the porous lower layer for the first time on a large scale.

In addition, the model integrates only the relatively few key parameters that dictate how snow will behave in the various stages of the process; These include the dynamics of the fracture, the friction and the level of compaction according to the type of snow.

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