Strain rate dependent calcite microfabric evolution – An experiment carried out by nature

@inproceedings{Rogowitz2014StrainRD,
  title={Strain rate dependent calcite microfabric evolution – An experiment carried out by nature},
  author={Anna Rogowitz and Bernhard Grasemann and B. Huet and Gerlinde Habler},
  year={2014}
}
A flanking structure developed along a secondary shear zone in calcite marbles, on Syros (Cyclades, Greece), provides a natural laboratory for directly studying the effects of strain rate variations on calcite deformation at identical pressure and temperature conditions. The presence and rotation of a fracture during progressive deformation caused extreme variations in finite strain and strain rate, forming a localized ductile shear zone that shows different microstructures and textures… CONTINUE READING
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