Functional-Friction Networks: New Insights on the Laboratory Earthquakes

@inproceedings{Ghaffari2013FunctionalFrictionNN,
  title={Functional-Friction Networks: New Insights on the Laboratory Earthquakes},
  author={Hamed O. Ghaffari and B.D.Thompson and R. Paul Young},
  year={2013}
}
We report some new applications of functional complex networks on acoustic emission waveforms from frictional interfaces. Our results show that laboratory faults undergo a sequence of generic phases as well as strengthening, weakening or fast-slip and slow-slip leading to healing. Also, using functional networks, we extend the dissipated energy due to acoustic emission signals in terms of short-term and long-term features of events. We show that the transition from regular to slow ruptures can… Expand
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