By Donald L. Turcotte (auth.), Jörn H. Kruhl (eds.)
Fractal geometry permits the outline of traditional styles and the institution and trying out of types of trend formation. specifically, it's a device for geoscientists. the purpose of this quantity is to offer an outline of the functions of fractal geometry and the speculation of dynamic structures within the geosciences. The cutting-edge is gifted and the reader obtains an impact of the diversity of fields for which fractal geometry is an invaluable device and of the several tools of fractal geometry which are utilized. as well as particular information regarding new functions of fractal geometry in structural geology, physics of the forged earth, and mineralogy, proposals and ideas approximately how fractal geometry should be utilized within the reader's box of reviews should be placed forward.
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Of ~ractu;es , Sel or f/&Ctu'~ , I 100 120 && B Increasing Fr8cture 60 , II rt! '-" ~ CtfJ o~J at ~ 140 160 180 200 220 240 Fracture Density (d) Fig. 4. Fractal dimension (Df) against fracture density (d). The fractal dimension increases with increasing fracture density, independent of fracture direction set and fracture size range. 3. Deformation of Fractured Rock Masses Numerical experiments, using the distinct element method, have been carried out to study the deformation of the simulated fractured rock-masses.
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Fractals and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience by Donald L. Turcotte (auth.), Jörn H. Kruhl (eds.)