Toward the formulation of a realistic fault governing law in dynamic models of earthquake ruptures

@inproceedings{Bizzarri2010TowardTF,
  title={Toward the formulation of a realistic fault governing law in dynamic models of earthquake ruptures},
  author={Andrea Bizzarri},
  year={2010}
}
Dynamic earthquake models can help us in the ambitious understanding, from a deterministic point of view, of how a rupture starts to develop and propagates on a fault, how the excited seismic waves travel in the Earth crust and how the high frequency radiation can damage a site on the ground. Since analytical solutions of the fully dynamic, spontaneous rupture problem do not exist (even in homogeneous conditions), realistic and accurate numerical experiments are the only available tool in… CONTINUE READING

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