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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Dislocation can transfer through glide beside a single slip plane, by cross-slip and by climb.
Then, mismatched displacement of atoms around slip tends to be accumulated along the pyramidal slip plane. Consequently, this situation causes the Mg crystal to generate deformation twinning as shown in Figure 7.
[9] reported that the flow stress increases with temperature due to thermally activated cross slip from the {111} primary slip plane to the {010} cross-slip plane.
If an additional load, such as a vehicle load or construction load, was applied on the potential slip rock mass, joints inside the rock mass would connect with each other to form a large-scale slip plane, which would result in a landslide disaster (Figure 1).
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.
slip plane Particulate/Flash (3) Containment (3) Containment Concerns?
Based on the limit equilibrium method, the normal force [N.sub.i] and applied shear [T.sub.i] of the ith slip plane, respectively, are expressed as
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].sub.dynamic] < [[mu].sub.static]), causes the zone with the highest coupling of the asperity to slip.
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., 1979, and Tchalenko and Ambraseys, 1970).
Point O is taken as the slope foot, and we establish a coordinate system; P([x.sub.c], [y.sub.c]) represents the circular slip surface center of the circle, ([x.sub.1j], [y.sub.1j]) represents the j layer coordinate of anchor arm point, ([x.sub.2j], [y.sub.2j]) represents the j layer intersection coordinate of anchor point and glide plane, H is the height of slope; the gear structure and slip plane within the soil are taken as a whole, anchor in the slip surface is called freedom segment, and outside slip surface is called anchorage segment.
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.
(6) Although several high-pressure experiments have therefore been performed to understand the plastic deformation mechanism of PPv, (11-15) results are still largely controversial primarily due to experimental technical difficulty as the (010) plane (11) and the (001) plane (12) for the stable slip plane. Most of these deformation experiments were conducted at room temperature, which is far low from the geophysically relevant temperature of the D" region of ~2500 K.