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《地震学报(英文版)》 1998-02
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Some results of modeling DD seismogenic pattern by the fracture model experiment of large-scale rock samples (I)

YANG-QUAN LU1) JIA-LIU ZHAO2) JIA-DONG QIAN2) YU-XIANG WANG1) JIAN-YI LIU1)1) Earthquake Research Institute of Lanzhou, State Seismological Bureau, Lanzhou 730000, China2) Center for Analysis and Prediction,  
sing the natural limestone samples taken from the field with dimension of 500 mm×500 mm×1 000 mm, the D-D (dilatancy-diffusion) seismogeny pattern was modeled under the condition of water injection, which observes the time-space evolutionary features about the relative physics fields of the loaded samples from deformation, formation of microcracks to the occurrence of main rupture. The results of observed apparent resistivity show: ① The process of the deformation from microcrack to main rupture on the loaded rock sample could be characterized by the precursory spatial-temporal changes in the observation of apparent resistivity; ② The precursory temporal changes of observation in apparent resistivity could be divided into several stages, and its spatial distribution shows the difference in different parts of the rock sample; ③ Before the main rupture of the rock sample the obvious ″tendency anomaly′ and ′short-term anomaly″ were observed, and some of them could be likely considered as the ″impending earthquake ″anomaly precursor of apparent resistivity. The changes and distribution features of apparent resistivity show that they are intrinsically related to the dilatancy phenomenon of the loaded rock sample. Finally, this paper discusses the mechanism of resistivity change of loaded rock sample theoretically.
【CateGory Index】: P315.8
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