publication . Preprint . Article . 2011

Slow rupture of frictional interfaces

Bar Sinai, Y.; Brener, E.A.; Bouchbinder, E.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 14 Nov 2011
  • Country: Germany
The failure of frictional interfaces and the spatiotemporal structures that accompany it are central to a wide range of geophysical, physical and engineering systems. Recent geophysical and laboratory observations indicated that interfacial failure can be mediated by slow slip rupture phenomena which are distinct from ordinary, earthquake-like, fast rupture. These discoveries have influenced the way we think about frictional motion, yet the nature and properties of slow rupture are not completely understood. We show that slow rupture is an intrinsic and robust property of simple non-monotonic rate-and-state friction laws. It is associated with a new velocity sca...
arXiv: Physics::GeophysicsQuantitative Biology::Subcellular Processes
free text keywords: J, Condensed Matter - Materials Science, Condensed Matter - Soft Condensed Matter, ddc:550
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