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- J.-P. Ampuero, Y. Ben-Zion
- 2008

SUMMARY We study in-plane ruptures on a bimaterial fault governed by a velocity-weakening friction with a regularized normal stress response. Numerical simulations and analytical estimates provide characterization of the ranges of velocity-weakening scales, nucleation lengths and background stresses for which ruptures behave as cracks or pulses, decaying or… (More)

- A. M. Rubin, J.-P. Ampuero
- 2005

[1] We obtain quasi-static, two-dimensional solutions for earthquake nucleation on faults obeying Dieterich's ''aging'' version of the rate and state friction equations. Two distinct nucleation regimes are found, separated by roughly a/b $ 0.5, where a and b are the constitutive parameters relating changes in slip rate V and state q to frictional strength.… (More)

- Y. Kaneko, N. Lapusta, J.-P. Ampuero
- 2008

We develop a spectral-element method (SEM) for simulating dynamic rupture on rate-and-state faults and use it to study how the rupture is affected by a shallow fault region of steady-state velocity-strengthening friction. Our comparison of the developed SEM and a spectral boundary-integral method (BIM) for an anti-plane (two-dimensional) test problem shows… (More)

We introduce the application of an Arbitrary high-order DERivative (ADER) Dis-continuous Galerkin (DG) method to simulate earthquake rupture dynamics. The ADER-DG method uses triangles as computational cells which simplifies the process of discretization of very complex surfaces and volumes using external automated tools. Discontinuous Galerkin methods are… (More)

- R. A. Harris, N. Abrahamson, +11 authors T. C. Hanks
- 2011

- G. Hillers, P. M. Mai, Y. Ben-Zion, J.-P. Ampuero
- 2007

SUMMARY We perform a systematic parameter space study of the seismic response of a large fault with different levels of heterogeneity, using a 3-D elastic framework within the continuum limit. The fault is governed by rate-and-state friction and simulations are performed for model realizations with frictional and large scale properties characterized by… (More)

[1] One of the challenging tasks in predicting near-source ground motion for future earthquakes is to anticipate the spatiotemporal evolution of the rupture process. The final size of an event but also its temporal properties (propagation velocity, slip velocity) depend on the distribution of shear stress on the fault plane. Though these incipient stresses… (More)

- A.-A. Gabriel, J.-P. Ampuero, L. A. Dalguer, P. M. Mai
- 2013

Large dynamic stresses near earthquake rupture fronts may induce an in-elastic response of the surrounding materials, leading to increased energy absorption that may affect dynamic rupture. We systematically investigate the effects of off-fault plastic energy dissipation in 2D in-plane dynamic ruptures under velocity-and-state-dependent friction with severe… (More)

Earthquake rupture is a notoriously complex process, at all observable scales. We introduce a simplified semi-dynamic crack model to investigate the connection between the statistical properties of stress and those of macroscopic source parameters such as rupture size, seismic moment, apparent stress drop and radiated energy. Rupture initiation is treated… (More)