31 episodes

The course introduces the key concepts to the comprehension of the modern themes on the generation propagation and analysys of the seismic waves. Topics: Seismic sources (faulting and rupture process; faults and their representation; faults and body forces; the elastodynamic Green function; focal mechanisms). Earthquakes and their measurement (earthquakes and seismometry; earthquakes size and seismometry; intensity and magnitude measurements; viscoelasticity and attenuation). Inversion of seismological data (Inverse Problems; seismic tomography; seismic sources inversion). -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

Seismology ICTP - The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics

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The course introduces the key concepts to the comprehension of the modern themes on the generation propagation and analysys of the seismic waves. Topics: Seismic sources (faulting and rupture process; faults and their representation; faults and body forces; the elastodynamic Green function; focal mechanisms). Earthquakes and their measurement (earthquakes and seismometry; earthquakes size and seismometry; intensity and magnitude measurements; viscoelasticity and attenuation). Inversion of seismological data (Inverse Problems; seismic tomography; seismic sources inversion). -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • video
    01a Faulting and rupture process (recorded 2011.01.25 at 11:00)

    01a Faulting and rupture process (recorded 2011.01.25 at 11:00)

    Faults and their geometry. Strike, dip, rake and slip Brittle deformation and stresses. Tensile cracking. Shear fracture and Coulomb criterion Frictional sliding. Byerlee’s law Stresses and faulting. Stress cycle and Stick slip. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 59 min
    • video
    01b Faulting and rupture process (recorded 2011.01.25 at 12:00)

    01b Faulting and rupture process (recorded 2011.01.25 at 12:00)

    Faults and their geometry. Strike, dip, rake and slip Brittle deformation and stresses. Tensile cracking. Shear fracture and Coulomb criterion Frictional sliding. Byerlee’s law Stresses and faulting. Stress cycle and Stick slip. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 59 min
    • video
    02a Faults and their representation (recorded 2011.01.27 at 11:00)

    02a Faults and their representation (recorded 2011.01.27 at 11:00)

    Elastodynamic basic theorems. Elastodynamic Green function. Representation theorem. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 59 min
    • video
    02b Faults and their representation (recorded 2011.01.27 at 12:00)

    02b Faults and their representation (recorded 2011.01.27 at 12:00)

    Elastodynamic basic theorems. Elastodynamic Green function. Representation theorem. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 36 min
    • video
    03a Faults and body forces (recorded 2011.02.01 at 11:00)

    03a Faults and body forces (recorded 2011.02.01 at 11:00)

    Equivalent body forces. Moment density tensor. Shear Dislocation Far. source condition. Moment tensor. Seismic moment. Double couple. Faults and moment tensor components. Application to a specific case. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 59 min
    • video
    03b Faults and body forces (recorded 2011.02.01 at 12:00)

    03b Faults and body forces (recorded 2011.02.01 at 12:00)

    Equivalent body forces. Moment density tensor. Shear Dislocation Far. source condition. Moment tensor. Seismic moment. Double couple. Faults and moment tensor components. Application to a specific case. -- NOTE: This course was recorded automatically in slots of one hour and processed without human intervention. Lectures are split between videos; their starting time may not coincide with the beginning of videos and intervals were not removed.

    • 59 min

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