Regularities in discrete hierarchy seismo-acoustic mode in a geophysical field

Kamel Baddari, Anatoly D. Frolov

Abstract


Some regularities in seismo acoustic mode have been studied during the preparation and development of dynamic events generated during the deformation at different scales in a geophysical field. The time-space behavior of certain auto similarity parameters: the slope of the recurrence plot c, the fractal dimension of the hypocenters set D, the relationship D-3c and the crack concentration parameter Ksr in laboratory and field experiments in Algerian seismoactive zone have been analyzed as well. Precursory stage and local failure evolution in rock samples and in natural conditions were studied. It is shown that the regularities in the behavior of the parameters under study do not qualitatively depend on the dimension of the object being loaded. The quoted examples above speak of inhomogeneity and self-similarity of seismicity distribution in space-time. This suggests that the evolution of cracking process at different scales, from rock samples to Earth crust, is controlled by the same physical mechanism. The further development of these studies consolidates the physical basis of the prediction of the dynamic events.

Keywords


geophysical field; seismo-acoustic regime; auto similarity; fractal structure.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.4401/ag-4725
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