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    [S.l.] : American Institute of Physics (AIP)
    Journal of Applied Physics 58 (1985), S. 1388-1396 
    ISSN: 1089-7550
    Source: AIP Digital Archive
    Topics: Physics
    Notes: The thermal exchanges in a quartz crystal resonator are investigated. This leads to a temperature gradient distribution which is in the main plane of the crystal, and therefore does not exhibit any functional dependence (at least at the first order) along the plate thickness. Internal heat source due to the energy dissipation by the internal friction is considered. The corresponding in-plane thermal stresses are calculated in the isotropic approximation, and anisotropy is introduced by means of the stress-strain relations. Applying a perturbation method, the resulting frequency shifts are obtained for both static and dynamic thermal behaviors.
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    Publication Date: 2019-06-28
    Description: The vast majority of the microearthquakes recorded occurred to the east: on the Huaytapallana fault in the Eastern Cordillera or in the western margin of the sub-Andes. The sub-Andes appear to be the physiographic province subjected to the most intense seismic deformation. Focal depths for the crustal events here are as deep as 50 km, and the fault plane solutions, show thrust faulting on steep planes oriented roughly north-south. The Huaytapallana fault in the Cordillera Oriental also shows relatively high seismicity along a northeast-southwest trend that agrees with the fault scarp and the east dipping nodal plane of two large earthquakes that occurred on this fault in 1969. The recorded microearthquakes of intermediate depth show a flat seismic zone about 25 km thick at a depth of about 100 km. This agrees with the suggestion that beneath Peru the slab first dips at an angle of 30 deg to a depth of 100 km and then flattens following a quasi-horizontal trajectory. Fault plane solutions of intermediate depth microearthquakes have horizontal T axes oriented east-west.
    Keywords: GEOPHYSICS
    Type: NASA-CR-175445 , NAS 1.26:175445
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