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Evolutionary nature of structure formation in lithospheric material; universal principle for fractality of solids

P. V. Makarov
Evolutionary nature of structure formation in lithospheric material; universal principle for fractality of solids (in Urgent problems of seismology and geophysics, S. V. Goldin (editor))
Russian Geology and Geophysics (August 2007) 48 (7): 558-574

Abstract

Destruction of geomaterials and geomedia material, as well as general brittle and ductile materials, have been treated theoretically and experimentally using the general approach of nonlinear dynamic systems. The process of destruction in loaded solids (inelastic deformation, damage accumulation, fracture) is presented as a space-time evolution of a nonlinear dynamic system, which allows interpreting all deformation and fracture within the limits of a single theory. The space-time hierarchies of nonlinear systems were found out to undergo collective effects and self-organization. The experimental and theoretical studies of the evolution of loaded solids revealed their universal fractality and showed brittle fracture and plastic deformation to be self-similar processes at different scales, for which scaling parameters have been estimated. The evolution of inelastic strain and destruction of solids is modeled numerically in terms of hierarchic systems.


ISSN: 1068-7971
Serial Title: Russian Geology and Geophysics
Serial Volume: 48
Serial Issue: 7
Title: Evolutionary nature of structure formation in lithospheric material; universal principle for fractality of solids
Title: Urgent problems of seismology and geophysics
Author(s): Makarov, P. V.
Author(s): Goldin, S. V.editor
Affiliation: Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Division, Institute of Physics and Materials Science, Tomsk, Russian Federation
Affiliation: Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Division, A. Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Pages: 558-574
Published: 200708
Text Language: English
Publisher: Allerton Press, New York, NY, United States
Accession Number: 2019-024864
Categories: Structural geology
Document Type: Serial
Bibliographic Level: Analytic
Annotation: Based on Publisher-supplied data
Country of Publication: United States
Secondary Affiliation: GeoRef, Copyright 2019, American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from CAPCAS, Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Update Code: 2019
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