APEC Cooperation for Earthquake Science
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9th ACES International Workshop on Advances in Simulation of Multihazards, Chengdu, China, August 10-16, 2015
Proceedings2020-01-10 22:50:38Views 30
EditorialIntroduction to ACESBackground to ACESWorking Group 1: Microscopic Simulation Models SessionsSession 1.1:Modelling the micro-physics underlying earthquake nucleation processes and ruptureSession 1.2:Frictional behaviour of rocks, gouge layers and complex fault zones: simulation, observation and ...
Proceedings2020-01-10 02:26:27Views 13
Earthquakes are one of the most costly and deadly natural disasters. APEC member economies are struck by the vast majority of the world's earthquakes and have a particularly high earthquake risk (see the world seismicity map). This has resulted in more than 800,000 deaths in APEC member economies of the approximately 1.3 million dea...
Brief Description2020-01-08 01:20:33Views 17
EditorialIntroduction to ACESWorking Group 1: Microscopic SimulationWorking Group 2: Scaling PhysicsWorking Group 3: Macro-Scale Simulation/Earthquake Generation And CyclesWorking Group 4: Macro-Scale Simulation/Dynamic Rupture And Wave Pr...
Proceedings2020-01-10 09:56:28Views 7
5-TH ACES INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPThe theme of the meeting is:Simulating and Forecasting Earthquakes and Tsunamiswith Information TechnologyThe APEC Cooperation on Earthquake Simulations (ACES) is a multi-lateral grand challenge science research cooperation of APEC (the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) [...
Regular2020-01-08 02:12:51Views 25
ACES is a multi-lateral grand challenge science research cooperation of APEC (the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation). The project is sponsored by Australia, China, Japan and USA and involves leading international earthquake simulation and prediction research groups.ACES aims to develop realistic supercomputer simulation models for the c...
ACES2020-01-08 01:12:21Views 29
(1)To develop realistic numerical simulation models for the physics and dynamics of the complete earthquake generation process and to assimilate new earthquake observations into such models,(2)To foster collaboration between the relevant complementary programs of participating APEC member economies,(3)To foster development of the requir...
Mission2020-01-08 01:03:43Views 20
Working Group 1Microscopic Simulation(top)Mizoguchi and FukuyamaScaling of Fracture Energy: Laboratory Measurements by High-velocity Rotary Shear ApparatusMorgan and GuoThe evolution of fault strength and gouge properties with shear strain: Insights from particle dynamics simulationsRundle et al.Nucleati...
Proceedings2020-01-10 21:37:55Views 12
WG leadersKazuro Hirahara(Nagoya University, Japan)Steve Day(San Diego State University, USA)Yong-Xian Zhang(CAP, CSB, China)AimsDevelop macroscopic domain numerical simulation models for the earthquake generation process (based on continuum mechanics) including the complete cycle from tectonic loading, quasi-static rupture nucleation, ...
Working Group2020-01-13 08:25:16Views 44
WG leadersHeiner Igel(Institute of Geophysics, Germany)Kim Olsen(UCSB, USA)Takasi Furumura(ERI, University of Tokyo, Japan)AimsDevelop macroscopic domain numerical simulation models for short time scale dynamic processes including dynamic rupture, wave propagation and strong ground motion.Definition of standard models in different tecto...
Working Group2020-01-13 08:32:57Views 13
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