The following files are the dynamic rupture presentations from the SCEC Dynamic Rupture Group Ingredients Workshop on Fault Friction, held on January 8, 2020, in Pomona, California.
PLEASE NOTE: Files are the author's property. They may contain unpublished or preliminary information and should only be used as an outline of the talk.
|Ruth Harris||Welcome and Overview of Workshop Objectives|
|Fred Chester||Overview: Friction in the lab and field|
|Nir Badt||Thermal pressurization in laboratory experiments|
|Tamara Jeppson||Insights from deep drilling - case studies|
The frictional strength of fault rocks before, during, and following
earthquakes: Insights from the field and experiments
|David Lockner||Recent lab observations concerning stability of hydraulically isolated faults|
Constraining physical conditions for the low-stress, low-heat
operation of mature faults
Probing frictional properties on seismogenic faults with constraints
from near-field data
Update - Dynamic Rupture Code Validation Project
|Christine Goulet||Update - Surface Rupture Project|
Overview: Friction Currently used in Dynamic Rupture
|Ben Duan||Friction law and level matter in dynamic ruptures of earthquake gates|
|Alice Gabriel||Dynamic rupture simulations of recent earthquakes|
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