Scaling in fracture: From rocks to earthquake physics.
In: Triantis, D and Jelenska, M and Vallianatos, F, (eds.)
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2ND IASME/WSEAS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GEOLOGY AND SEISMOLOGY (GES '08).
(pp. 84 - 87).
WORLD SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING ACAD AND SOC
We introduce a statistical analysis of time series extracted from rock fracture experiments to earthquake catalogues in order to demonstrate common features underling in these processes. We demonstrate that in all considered cases a frequency-energy distribution similar with the well known in seismology Gutemberg-Richter law appears along with a waiting time distribution which can be described by a unique scaling function. The resulting scaling functions common in laboratory rock fracture effects, earthquakes and acoustic emmissions suggest a general validity for fracture processes.
|Title:||Scaling in fracture: From rocks to earthquake physics|
|Event:||2nd IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Geology and Seismology|
|Location:||Univ Cambridge, Cambridge, ENGLAND|
|Dates:||2008-02-23 - 2008-02-25|
|Keywords:||rock physics, fracture, earthquake physics, PRESSURE STIMULATED CURRENTS, MARBLE SAMPLES, ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS, AFTERSHOCK SEQUENCES, ACOUSTIC-EMISSION, STRESS, GENERATION, PRECURSORS, MECHANISM, PSC|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction|
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