slip plane

slip plane

[′slip ‚plān]
(crystallography)
(geology)
A planar slip surface.
(engineering)
A plane visible by reflected light in a transparent material; caused by poor welding and shrinkage during cooling.
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These were designed, using a method designed by renowned Neapolitan civil engineer Carlo Viggiani, to penetrate just past the slip plane approximately 7m down and to resist against further movement.
However, Tassara (2010) considers that once the rupture process is initiated, the decrease in the friction coefficient along the slip plane caused by the transition from a static to a dynamic state ([[mu].
0] Normal vector to slip plane [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Peclet number, ratio of Pe [equivalent] convective to conductive heat [v.
Slip plane orientations suggest that most of the faults are secondary to the main E-W strike-slip zone and are coherent with Riedel (R and R') and Y planes (following the terminology of Logan et al.
EMSPLANE Plus Mica Slip Plane is a flexible mica/glass sheet, designed specifically for use as a separator of the coil grout and refractory lining of a coreless induction furnace.
16,17) However, a high-temperature deformation experiment (15) also shows the (001) plane as the stable slip plane of PPv.
It has been found that beds with increased humidity in clay rocks in landslides can indicate the location of the slip plane or slip zone.
We can assume that the slip plane is replaced with the habit plane in the case of the shear deformation as shown in Fig.
It wasn't excavated deeply enough to get to the slip plane that goes under the Antelope Valley Freeway.
However, there is a challenge in the pairing up of the daylight locations for a potential slip plane on the top boundary and slope face, because sometimes the exposed length [L.
alpha]] are a pair of orthogonal unit vectors defining the slip plane normal and the slip direction, respectively.