3D], studied the evolution law of mining stress, elastic energy distribution characteristics and fault activation pattern when the working face headed towards the normal fault
Further west of Kalabagh Hills Fault, a steeply west dipping normal fault
named as Kuch Tender Fault appears on the cross-section that is attributed to gravitational collapse of the hanging wall of the Kalabagh Hills Fault.
In this area, we can distinguish two main fault sets displacing young deposits and landforms: N-S normal faults
, and WNW-ESE oblique faults (normal faults
with minor strike-slip component).
The southern part of the network is located along the southern limb of Sierra Tejeda, deformed by NW-SE oriented normal faults
, and reaches the coast line with sites 890 and 880, build up respectively on Alpujarride metapelites and marbles.
are often associated with divergent (tensional) boundaries.
The original dip of the faults is uncertain, but they probably dipped at up to about 45% much like most seismically active normal faults
presently observed at the axes of mid-ocean ridges.
According to standard seismological theory, it should make little difference whether a house sits next to a thrust fault or a normal fault
The veins themselves occupy normal faults
, with their strike, dip and width varying according to the host rock type.
A major north-south trending normal fault
, the Cerro Bola fault, was formed in the study area.
2008a, Behavior of deep immersed tunnel under combined normal fault
rupture deformation and subsequent seismic shaking.
The CVF was originally an E-dip normal fault
that controlled the deposition of Permian-Triassic and Jurassic rocks, so the thickness of these rocks increases toward the east of the CVF.
1998) assumed that this event occurred on an east-west, normal fault
located near epicenter with a dip of 45[degrees] which is compatible with the known tectonics of the area and mean displacement of 0.