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Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity in simulated coal fault gouges at slow slip rates Caiyuan Fan 1 , Jinfeng Liu 1,2,3 , Luuk B. Hunfeld 4 , and Christopher J. Spiers 4

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Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity in simulated coal fault gouges at slow slip rates Caiyuan Fan 1 , Jinfeng Liu 1,2,3 , Luuk B. Hunfeld 4 , and Christopher J. Spiers 4 (PDF) Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced PDF Abstract. Previous studies show that organic-rich fault patches may play an important role in promoting unstable fault slip. However, the Find, read and cite all the research you need

(PDF) Frictional weakening of slip interfaces

Download full-text PDF Read full-text. Download full-text PDF. Frictional shear strength. Frictional weakening of slip interfaces. Sci. Adv. 5, eaav7603 (2019). SCIENCE ADVANCES RESEARCH (PDF) Frictional weakening of slip interfacesThe stick-slip transition. Normalized contact area (A), total fluorescence intensity (I), contact displacement (D), and friction force (F) measured during the 78-s slip event also shown in Fig. 1.

(PDF) Heating and weakening of faults during earthquake slip

Download full-text PDF Read of the frictional strength, or weakening, of the fault. earthquakes and their correlative slip distribution. Shear heating associated with slow slip is (PDF) Nucleation of frictional sliding by coalescence of The onset of frictional motion is mediated by the dynamic propagation of a rupture front, analogous to a shear crack. The rupture front nucleates quasi-statically in a localized region of the

Effects of frictional heating on the thermal, hydrologic

If the compressibility or permeability exceeds 10 8 Pa 1 or 10 14 m 2 or the shear strain is less than one, then the effects of frictional heating may be negligible and the fault will exhibit no strainweakening characteristics. Consequently, the patch acts as barrier that halts or resists further fault motion. Effects of heterogeneous gouge segments on the slip Frictional heterogeneity within fault zones is one of the factors proposed to explain the spectrum of slow, intermediate, and fast slip behaviors exhi

Energies Free Full-Text Frictional Properties and

Fractures and faults are critical elements affecting the geomechanical integrity of CO2 storage sites. In particular, the slip of fractures and faults may affect reservoir integrity and increase potential for breach, may be monitored via the resulting seismicity. This paper presents an experimental study on shale samples from Draupne and Rurikfjellet formations from the North Sea and Svalbard Finite element modeling of dynamic frictional rupture with Aug 01, 2020 · 1. Introduction. Friction is an important ingredient controling the nucleation and propagation of dynamic shear ruptures at contact interfaces. Various forms of frictional laws have been formulated among which are the slip-weakening and the rate and state friction laws.

Friction, Fracture, and Earthquakes

slip (b) slip weakening slip L op slip shear stress (a) static/dynamic o od od dc (c) Dieterich-Ruina a a-b V1 V2 Figure 2:Friction laws for earthquake faults. (a) Static/dynamic friction, (b) lin-ear slip weakening, and (c) Dieterich-Ruina Rate and State law in a Frictional Properties and Seismogenic Potential of a slip stability criterion. Using a direct shear apparatus, frictional properties of the fractures were measured during shearing, as a function of the shear velocity and applied stress normal to the fracture. We calculated the friction coe cient of the fractures during the di erent stages of the shear tests and analysed its dependency on shear

Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced

1 Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity in simulated coal fault gouges at subseismic slip rates 1School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Sun Yat -Sen University, Gua ngzhou, 510275, China 5 2Guangdong Provincial Key Lab of Geodynamics and Geohazards, Sun Yat -Sen University, Zhuhai, 519082 , China 3Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced 1 Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity in simulated coal fault gouges at subseismic slip rates 1School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Sun Yat -Sen University, Gua ngzhou, 510275, China 5 2Guangdong Provincial Key Lab of Geodynamics and Geohazards, Sun Yat -Sen University, Zhuhai, 519082 , China 3Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong

Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity

Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity in simulated coal fault gouges at subseismic slip rates Publication Date:March 30, 2020 Accessibility:Open - freely retrievable We report seven velocity stepping (VS) and one slide-hold-slide (SHS) friction experiments performed on simulated fault gouges prepared from bituminous coal Frictional weakening of slip interfacesThe frictional shear stress = F A corresponding to the measurements shown in Fig. 1 is plotted in fig. S6. We observed that the dynamic shear stress is constant while the static shear stress increases as the contact ages. In fig. S7, we plotted the normal force measured during the slip event shown in Fig. 4. We found that the normal force

Frictional weakening of slip interfaces

slip, causing the slip weakening. The difference between static and dynamic friction is therefore not controlled by the size of the area of real contact but by its interfacial shear stress. Since glassy inter-faces are ubiquitous (e.g., in earthquakes), this has far-reaching consequences for our understanding of frictional slip. RESULTS Frictional weakening of slip interfacesslip, causing the slip weakening. The difference between static and dynamic friction is therefore not controlled by the size of the area of real contact but by its interfacial shear stress. Since glassy inter-faces are ubiquitous (e.g., in earthquakes), this has far-reaching consequences for our understanding of frictional slip. RESULTS

Frontiers Frictional Behaviour, Wear and Comminution of

During shearing in geological environments, frictional processes, including the wear of sliding rock surfaces, control the nature of the slip events. Multiple studies focusing on natural samples have investigated the frictional behaviour of a large suite of geological materials. However, due to the varied and heterogeneous nature of geomaterials, the individual controls of material properties Frontiers Frictional Behaviour, Wear and Comminution of During shearing in geological environments, frictional processes, including the wear of sliding rock surfaces, control the nature of the slip events. Multiple studies focusing on natural samples have investigated the frictional behaviour of a large suite of geological materials. However, due to the varied and heterogeneous nature of geomaterials, the individual controls of material properties

Modeling Brittle Fracture, Slip Weakening, and Variable

Pictorial representation of slip weakening on the .iT-plane. .. 30 Coefficient of friction of the rate- and state-dependent friction model as it undergoes an instantaneous velocity increase, and then an instan- t aneous decrease. .. 3 1 Variation of coefficient of friction:(a) variation during slip weakening; Pulse-like and crack-like dynamic shear ruptures on Numerical models of shear frictional ruptures often use linear slip-weakening friction (e.g., Andrews 1976; Das and Aki 1977; Day 1982; Archuleta 1984; Madariaga and Olsen 2000; Uenishi and Rice 2003; Festa and Vilotte 2006; Liu and Lapusta 2008; Lu et al. 2009) proposed by analogy with cohesive zone models of tensile fracture (Ida 1972). This

Rate-weakening friction characterizes both slow sliding

is the shear modulus, is the Poisson ratio, v s is the shear-wave speed, and the integral dependence on d=d accounts for the elastic forcing associated with spatial gradients in slip along the sliding surface at local coordinate x. The first term on the right is the frictional stress and the second is Rate-weakening friction characterizes both slow sliding is the shear modulus, is the Poisson ratio, v s is the shear-wave speed, and the integral dependence on d=d accounts for the elastic forcing associated with spatial gradients in slip along the sliding surface at local coordinate x. The first term on the right is the frictional stress and the second is

Repeating earthquakes record fault weakening and healing

INTRODUCTION. Subduction zones produce large and catastrophic earthquakes and tsunami. The recurrence interval and rupture characteristics of these megathrust events are strongly influenced by fault strength (resistance to shear stress before slip) and frictional properties of the plate interface ().Monitoring the interseismic fault strength and its variability (e.g., fault weakening and fault Scilit Article - Frictional Properties and Seismogenic The motivation of the study is to investigate whether the slip along the fractures within these shales may cause detectable seismic events, based on a slip stability criterion. Using a direct shear apparatus, frictional properties of the fractures were measured during shearing, as a function of the shear velocity and applied stress normal to

Seismic Fault Rheology and Earthquake Dynamics

ties of faults as well as the dynamic weakening processes occurring during earthquakes. The first concerns . frictional heating. caused by . large slip (1 m) during an earthquake within such an . extremely thin slipping zone. The tem-perature increase caused by a meter of slip within a few millimeters-thick slip- Slip propagation along frictional discontinuities The experiments are conducted by applying first a normal stress across the frictional surface and then increasing the shear stress until final debonding and slip along the strong surface occur. The magnitude of the normal stress used in the experiments ranges from 0.7 to 15 MPa (about 50% of the unconfined compression strength of the material).

The Dynamics of the Onset of Frictional Slip Science

Nov 30, 2006 · The relative motion of two contacting bodies under an imposed shear is governed by the ensemble of discrete contacts composing their interface ().Although frictional slip (2, 3) is initiated by the rapid rupture of these contacts, understanding of the mechanisms of how interface rupture takes place is limited by our knowledge of the properties, strength, and stability of this rough interface. Viscous strengthening followed by slip weakening weakening was followed by slip strengthening and subsequent second slip weakening toward a steady-state shear strength. Slip strengthening resulted from the formation of a silica-rich melt layer at lower melting temperatures than expected, which could be due to the presence of water in the illite-containing chert. The second slip weakening may

Viscous strengthening followed by slip weakening during

May 22, 2019 · Frictional behavior of chert at seismic slip rates. Figure 1a shows a representative experimental result at a n of 5 MPa. At the beginning of sliding, reached a peak value of 0.4 then decreased to 0.3. This initial weakening was followed by slip Viscous strengthening followed by slip weakening during May 22, 2019 · Frictional behavior of chert at seismic slip rates. Figure 1a shows a representative experimental result at a n of 5 MPa. At the beginning of sliding, reached a peak value of 0.4 then decreased to 0.3. This initial weakening was followed by slip

Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced

C. Fan et al.:Frictional slip weakening and shear-enhanced crystallinity 1401 formed on the samples before and after frictional shearing suggested that the marked dynamic weakening behavior ob-served in lignite, bituminous coal and anthracite was caused by a shear

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