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Title: Chaotic behavior of seismic mechanisms: experiment and observation
Authors: Caldeira, B.
Silva, H.G.
Borges, J.F.
Tlemçani, M.
Bezzeghoud, M.
Editors: Biagi, F.
Contadakis, M.E.
Hayakawa, M.
Maggipinto, T.
Keywords: Earthquake faults:
properties and evolution
Earthquake source and dynamics
Seismic risk
Earthquake modeling
Chaos theory
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Publisher: INGV
Citation: Caldeira B., Silva H.G., J.F. Borges, M. Tlemçani, and M. Bezzeghoud, 2012. Chaotic behavior of seismic mechanisms: experiment and observation. Annals of Geophysics, 55, 1, 57-62
Abstract: To simulate the dynamics of earthquakes, a mechanical prototype was constructed that was inspired by the Burridge-Knopoff model and equipped with accurate instrumental devices. The data obtained by the prototype appeared to be consistent with seismic data from the San Andreas Fault, California, USA, which were analyzed using two different methodologies: seismology and modern developments of chaos theory. Perspectives for future work are also presented.
Type: article
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