Anomalies of critical state in fracturing geophysical objects

Abstract : Non-linear time-sequences of fracture-related events were studied in drifting sea-ice and fracturing rock. A reversible drop of the b-value was detected prior to the large-scale sea-ice cover fragmentation, when the time sequence of impact interactions between ice-fields was fully decorrelated. A similar loss of the temporal invariance of the fracture process was revealed in the time sequence of microfracture events detected in a loaded rock sample. These temporal gaps in the continuous critical state of the considered self-organizing, open systems were attributed to the property of hierarchicity inherent in the geophysical objects. A combination of scaling and hierarchic features in the behavior of fracturing solids manifests itself in the heterogeneity of the temporal pattern of fracture process.
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Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2007, 14 (2), pp.103-108
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A. Chmel, V. S. Kuksenko, V. S. Smirnov, N. G. Tomilin. Anomalies of critical state in fracturing geophysical objects. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2007, 14 (2), pp.103-108. 〈hal-00302832〉

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