anelastic

anelastic

(ˌænɪˈlæstɪk)
adj
relating to anelasticity
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Seismic wave propagation in the earth has been known to be anelastic due to the conversion of elastic energy into heat.
2012), the Boussinesq approximation was replaced by an anelastic approximation to account for density variations in the vertical direction, and a simple, single-moment ice microphysics scheme is employed.
Seismic Wave Propagation in Laterally Heterogeneous Anelastic Media: Theory and Applications to the Seismic Zonation.
as a guest researcher for fourteen months from July in 1997, where he studied on elastic and anelastic properties of materials.
The equation of motion for incompressible flow may be generalized to atmospheric flows by the use of the so-called anelastic approximation.
The ASR (short for anelastic strain recovery) technique is widely used in deep 3-D stress measurements of rocks in crustal drilling, especially in seismic fracture zones with complex geologic conditions and broken formations.
by elastic and anelastic collisions, through an appropriate size of the energy range [DELTA][epsilon].
Some topics include: continental and oceanic lithosphere structure from long-range seismic profiling, the fate of subducted oceanic crust and the origin of intraplate volcanism, volatiles in the mantle lithosphere, deformable lithospheric plates, space and time variations of elastic and anelastic properties in the shallow lithosphere, and possible paleoshorelines and the evolution of the lithosphere on Mars.
The anelastic attenuation along the propagation path was parameterized using an attenuation value of [t.
The second application uses the modified Hart's model [14] to model elastic, plastic, anelastic, micro-plastic and micro-anelastic strain and their effects on the permanent deformation of bent beams [29].
The spectrum was not corrected for the effect of the anelastic attenuation because this parameter is only important for frequencies f [much greater than] [f.