Computational Earthquake Physics: Simulations, Analysis and Infrastructure, Part I

Computational Earthquake Physics: Simulations, Analysis and Infrastructure, Part I

von: Xiang-chu Yin, Peter Mora, Andrea Donnellan, Mitsuhiro Matsu'ura

Birkhäuser Basel, 2007

ISBN: 9783764379926 , 310 Seiten

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Computational Earthquake Physics: Simulations, Analysis and Infrastructure, Part I


 

Contents

5

Computational Earthquake Physics, PART I: Introduction

7

Fracture of a Liquefied Crack and the Physics of Rayleigh Waves

11

Experimental Evidence of Critical Sensitivity in Catastrophe

21

Implementation of Particle-scale Rotation in the 3-D Lattice Solid Model

38

Numerical and Experimental Study on Progressive Failure of Marble

55

3-D Simulation of Tectonic Loading at Convergent Plate Boundary Zones: Internal Stress Fields in Northeast Japan

70

Virtual California: Fault Model, Frictional Parameters, Applications

85

Catastrophic Rupture Induced Damage Coalescence in Heterogeneous Brittle Media

113

Differences Between Mode I and Mode II Crack Propagation

132

Dynamic Rupture in a 3-D Particle-based Simulation of a Rough Planar Fault

145

Numerical Simulation of the Effect of a DC Electric Field on Seismic Wave Propagation with the Pseudospectral Time Domain Method

157

Quartz Rheology and Short-time-scale Crustal Instabilities

178

Recurrence Interval Statistics of Cellular Automaton Seismicity Models

196

Parallel 3-D Simulation of a Fault Gouge Using the Lattice Solid Model

211

Benioff Strain Release Before Earthquakes in China: Accelerating or Not?

227

Improvement in the Fault Boundary Conditions for a Staggered Grid Finite-difference Method

239

The Displacement and Strain Field of Three-dimensional Rheologic Model of Earthquake Preparation

253

Deformations in Transform Faults with Rotating Crustal Blocks

272

Elasticity, Yielding and Episodicity in Simple Models of Mantle Convection

292