fault throw

fault throw

[′fȯlt ‚thrō]
(geology)
The amount of vertical displacement of rocks due to faulting.
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The geological structure in the area is complex, and the normal faults for which the fault throw is greater than 5 m.
The model size is 531 m (length) x 260 m (width) x 140 m (height), and the simulation of the buried depth of the coal seam is 500 m; the fault dip angle is 60[degrees]; the fault throw is 8 m; the coal seam thickness is 8 m, as shown in Figure 1.
2013) obtained the reflected channel wave by using tunnel boring machine as the source to carry out the advanced detection survey with a vertical fault with fault throw of 8m.
Because the fault throw in coal roadway is less than 10m, it is hard to form the reflection of the fault.
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allows us to approach a total fault throw of 620-640 m that should be mostly accommodated by the Rambla de la Viuda fault.
The fault throw can be estimated from surface and subsoil data, provided by Salvador and Simon (1990), concerning the position of the base of the Pleistocene infill (i.
A jump increase of the value is recorded at the smaller amplitudes of the fault throw and a lower strength of the rocks (Fig.
The zone of the lowered strength of the rocks reaches further and is continuous where the fault throw is greater and the strength of the rocks higher (Fig.
The Strzelin--Taczalin fault throws the northern part of the Fore-Sudetic Block by ca.