Dynamic water permeability change of simulated fault induced by moderate velocity friction

@inproceedings{Tanikawa2017DynamicWP,
  title={Dynamic water permeability change of simulated fault induced by moderate velocity friction},
  author={Wataru Tanikawa},
  year={2017}
}
Co-seismic events induce sudden changes in pore pressure, flow rate, and fluid chemistry at depth. These temporal transitions could be explained by water permeability changes of fault zones at depth during earthquakes, and change in permeability in fault zone also plays an important role in dynamic processes. Considerable change of permeability may occur during the transition from coseismic to post-seismic period, though the change is not well documented. Therefore, I designed the laboratory… CONTINUE READING