Strain Patterns in Rocks - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080302737, 9781483190624

Strain Patterns in Rocks

1st Edition

A Selection of Papers Presented at the International Workshop, Rennes, 13-14 May 1982

Editors: P. R. Cobbold W. M. Schwerdtner
eBook ISBN: 9781483190624
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 251
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Description

Strain Patterns in Rocks is a selection of papers presented at the international workshop, held in Rennes on May 13-14, 1982. The book presents papers on the techniques of strain measurement; an orthographic analysis of deformation; and the applications of the Mohr circle to inhomogeneous deformation. The text also includes papers on the methods of strain removal; a general transformation to simulate heterogeneous strain states; the significance of isotropic points; and the detection of volume changes. Papers on the analyses of strain discontinuity at interfaces; strain refraction through contrasting layers; and strain patterns in ductile shear zones and at the tips to shear and thrust zones are also considered. The book further includes papers on the natural strain patterns: in mylonite zones, in granites, in Alpine nappes, in linearly anisotropic rocks, in an ice cap and in a boudin model.

Table of Contents


Preface

Strain Analysis Using the Shape of Expected and Observed Continuous Frequency Distributions

Finite Strain Estimation Using 'Anti-Clustered' Distributions of Points

Finite strain Determination of Gneiss: Application of Fry's Method to Porphyroid in the Southern Massif Central (France)

Orthographic Analysis of Geological Structures—I. Deformation Theory

Application of the Mohr-Circle Construction to Problems of Inhomogeneous Deformation

The Compatibility Equations and the Pole to the Mohr Circle

Spatial Integration of Strains Using Finite Elements

A General Harmonic Coordinate Transformation to Simulate the States of Strain in Inhomogeneously Deformed Rocks

Isotropic Points and Lines in Strain Fields

Estimation of Volume Changes by Comparative Chemical Analyses in Heterogeneously Deformed Rocks (Folds with Mass Transfer)

Kinematic and Mechanical Discontinuity at a Coherent Interface

A Theory of Finite Strain Variation Through Contrasting Layers, and its Bearing on Cleavage Refraction

Theoretical Strain Patterns in Ductile Zones Simultaneously Undergoing Heterogeneous Simple Shear and Bulk Shortening

Complex Strain Patterns Developed at the Frontal and Lateral Tips to Shear Zones and Thrust Zones

State of Strain in a Quartzite Mylonite, Central Australia

Strain Pattern in the Aar Granite (Central Alps): Orthogneiss Developed by Bulk Inhomogeneous Flattening

Strain Patterns of Crescentic Granitoid Plutons in the Archean Greenstone Terrain of Ontario

Strain Distribution Within the Pardailhan Nappe (Montagne Noire, France) and Structure of its Basal Thrust Zone: Implications for Events Associated with Nappe Emplacement

Finite Strain Patterns in Some Alpine Nappes

Patterns of Folding and Strain Influenced by Linearly Anisotropic Bands

Strain Patterns in an Ice Cap and Implications for Strain Variations in Shear Zones

Strain Fields in and Around Boundins in a Clay Experiment

Details

No. of pages:
251
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1983
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483190624

About the Editor

P. R. Cobbold

W. M. Schwerdtner