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Contribution aux processus lithospheriques par des operations en cetrifugeuse pour l'evaluation de la dynamique de heat

  • Karalis T. 
Symposium on Engineering Geolgoical Problems of Construction on Soluble Rocks
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Résumé

La structure de l'arc égéen et le comportement thermomécanique des massifs susjacents, vu l'importance et l'ampleur du suget, doivent être traité par un grand nombre d'articles susceptibles de provoquer des discussions et en particulier d'attirer l'attention sur des phénomènes mal connus tels que la déformation de l'état solide de la croûte. Ce rapport est centré sur un théme concernant la possibilité d'expliquer, par des opérations en centrifiguese, la mécanique de multiples failles et plus généralement de la morphologie de HEAT.

Contribution to the lithospheric processes for the evaluation of the dynamics of the hellenic ARC and trench by centrifuge experiments

Abstract

Aegean structure and the thermomechanical responses of subsurface geotectonic masses should cover a number of topics in order to provoke discussion and in particular to draw attention to areas of ignorance such as deformation of the solid state of the mantle. The present paper concentrates on a particular theme, a possible explanation of the interesting phenomena of multiple normal faults and generally for the morphology of the HEAT (Hellenic Arc and Trench) by centrifuge experiments.

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  • Karalis T. 
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  1. 1.AthensGreece

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