total slip

total slip

[′tōd·əl ′slip]
(geology)
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To further study the actual slip condition of the surface soil on the slope, the displacement value of the displacement metre in two directions is processed to obtain the total displacement value (Figure 7) and the total slip rate (Figure 8) of each measuring point.
Figure 4 shows the total slip on BCF and PGF according to the results of Xu et al.
But Cowley compiled an unbeaten 75 and, having seen the total slip to 60-6, combined with Sam Eames (34no) to nurse the visitors home at 143-6 in 44.4 overs.
From the 30deg Karakorum Fault bend at Baer (80.5degE), to Mount Kailas, the slip-rate along the Karakorum fault varies from 5.7+-3.4 - 9.4+-2.5 mm/yr to greater than 8.2 - 15.1 mm/yr (total slip on two parallel fault strands).
Ground motions measured by GPS sensors reveal the static deformations caused by the event, along with additional slow deformations that took place during the several months after the event (with total slip on the fault from the slow motions being comparable to that released abruptly during the rapid sliding event).
Model 3 uses a coefficient of friction of 0.25, no thru-rod tension, and no roof load, which results in a total slip force of 185 N.
The customer inserts a card into a slot on the terminal, then places their self-scanning total slip under a sensor.
Variables which were important in the determination of wet slip prices included age, draft, total slips, ocean location, availability of telephone, and location in the Palm Beach planning region.

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