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Multi-parameter deformations of the module of symbols of differential operators Internat. Mathem. Research Notices 16 847 – 869 10.1155/S1073792802101127

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lithostratigraphically belong to the Ófalu Group. Previously, the metamorphic and deformation history of these rock types was studied basically from surface outcrops ( Szederkényi 1977 , 1983 ; Árkai and Nagy 1994 ; Lelkes-Felvári et al. 2000 ; Király and Török 2003

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the normal stress and the normal deformation. Five different kinds of helical gears were modeled. Only their addendum modification coefficients vary from one another. The other initialization variables are all fixed. After the result is acquired from

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independent confirmation of the non-linear and variable deformation. With reference to conventional DSC and TMA analyses involving the use of aluminium pans, any small deformations in the pan, as a function of temperature, may not be significant as good

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Central European Geology
Authors:
Gábor Héja
,
László Fodor
,
Gábor Csillag
,
Hugo Ortner
, and
Szilvia Kövér

, 1996 ; Héja, 2015 ; Héja et al., 2018 ). This lack of interest was possibly due to the reduced stratigraphy, since the Upper Triassic carbonates are directly overlain by Upper Miocene deposits, which makes the age calibrations for deformation phases

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The 3D quasi-static displacements during and following an earthquake provide a wealth of information on the internal  structure and rheological properties of the Earth. If an earthquake occurs in a region that has shallow-viscosity zones inside the crust or at the top of the mantle (asthenosphere), then post-seismic displacements of the crust on the order of millimeters per year are possible. These can be detected by means of permanent GPS stations in the years following a faulting event. In this paper we systematically study the influence of viscoelastic simulation model restrictions on co- and post-seismic deformation. Examples include stratification of the Earth model, modeling of the seismic source, influence of compressibility, effects of position and viscosities of shallow low-viscosity layers. It will be shown that some of these model restrictions or assumptions can have non-negligible influences on the simulated 3D co- and post-seismic displacements.

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Atkinson, J.H., G. Salfors 1991: Experimental deformation of soil properties. — Proceedings of 10th European Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Vol. 3, pp. 915

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A simple one-dimensional, axisymmetric model of a gas-pressure deformation calorimeter containing a lumped heat source accounts for observed pressure changes in terms of conductive and radiant components of heat transfer. Agreement is generally good between experimental data and the predicted calorimeter response for the range of source dimensions, heating rates, and test temperatures investigated in the study.

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Ferrill, D., A., A. P. Morris, M. A. Evans, M. Burkhard, R. H. Groshong, Ch.M. Onasch 2004: Calcite twin morphology: a low-temperature deformation geothermometer. - J. Struct. Geol., 26, pp. 1521 - 1529

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. Nowacki 2002 Temperature changes in polyamide subjected to low cyclic deformation Infrared Physics and Technology 43 183 – 186

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