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A high stress-drop event is very often represented by a simple pulse with a welldefined corner frequency and relatively steep high-frequency fall-off, whereas many of the low stress drop events are more complex, in both the time and frequency domains. Recently McGarr et al. (1989) presented the results of their analysis of large mine tremors in two gold mining districts of South Africa. In the Klerksdorp district, where the strata are offset by major normal faults, the largest tremors tend to be associated with slip on these preexisting faults, their source size is large and the stress drop is low.
Figure 18, reproduced from 30 SLAWOMIR J. GIBOWICZ * ; * * * * P IC 1A 7 * * * P TENSILE CRACK t t t FIG. 16. Laboratory simulation of a tectonic fault under uniaxial compression P, inclined at an angle to the compression direction. ) Sileny (1989), shows the radiation pattern of P- and S-wave (vertical component) first motion on the whole focal sphere, with the upper hemisphere in the center, corresponding to a combined shear-implosion mechanism with the implosion/shear ratio from 0 to 20% for P waves and from 0 to 100% for S waves.
1986). , 1986). Figure 16, reproduced from Sileny et al. (1986), shows such a simulation of a fault inclined at an angle to the compression direction. For a simulation of rockbursts, the region of compression (Fig. , 1986). The model of a focal mechanism with shear and implosive components is shown in Fig. 17, reproduced from Rudajev and Sileny (1985). 5. 84-07-12 H=O 1 K M 3 bt 0 , 2 8 43 - 0 70 - 12 ' R T. 67N S O L U T I O N 16 a M-0 9. 84-07-21 0 KM b M = O 5. 63 5 W FIG. 15. Alternative fault-plane solutions for seismic events with all dilatational (open circles) P-wave first motions, recorded in the East Mountain coal mining area, Wasatch Plateau, Utah during June- August 1984.
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