multiple fault

multiple fault

[′məl·tə·pəl ′fȯlt]
(geology)
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It is quite possible that this wasn't a conventional earthquake, and the two events were completely separate but were caused in the same area or that a single event led to the rupture of multiple fault lines.
It was used perforce by Gandhi and Nehru to bind India's multiple fault lines on the basis of religion, caste, language and ethnicity.
Figure 6 shows the power spectra of the SCIM operating with multiple fault bearing.
The site is traversed by multiple fault lines, which are well recognised even by WAPDA's own feasibility studies.
According to studies conducted by the Geological Survey of Pakistan, the site in question is traversed by multiple fault lines.
High-tech surveillance and weaponry can be easily transported to Hezbollah in Lebanon, and threaten the Israeli border on multiple fault lines.
Ambhore, "FPGA Based Multiple Fault Tolerant and Recoverable Technique Using Triple Modular Redundancy (FRTMR)," in 7th International Conference on Communication, Computing and Virtualization, 2016.
presented an improved hidden Markov model (HMM) algorithm for fault diagnosis of urban rail transit motors equipment; they also used a back-propagation neural network for multiple fault of complex equipment bearings [5, 6].
The proposed method can be used to classify multiple fault types on multi-branch distribution networks.
Ruiz said TetraMAX II ATPG achieves benefits through more efficient multiple fault targeting.
These multiple fault lines can be addressed comprehensively, attracting public and private domestic financing as well as external financing from China and other development partners.
Syrian society is a religious and ethnic mosaic with multiple fault lines.

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