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Solid Earth, 7, 843-856, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/se-7-843-2016
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Research article
27 May 2016
Dilatant normal faulting in jointed cohesive rocks: a physical model study
Michael Kettermann et al.

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Physical models of dilatant normal faulting in jointed cohesive rocks Michael Kettermann, Christoph von Hagke, Heijn W. van Gent1, Christoph Grützner, Janos L. Urai https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.859151
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We present an analogue modeling study on the interaction of pre-existing joints and normal faults using cohesive powder. We vary the angle between joints and a rigid basement fault and analyze interpreted map-view photographs at maximum displacement for various parameters and compare to nature. Results show a clear effect of increasing angle between joints and faults on fault geometry, fracture density and connectivity. These information can help interpreting fractured layers in the subsurface.
We present an analogue modeling study on the interaction of pre-existing joints and normal...
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