Journal article

Simulating faults and plate boundaries with a transversely isotropic plasticity model

W Sharples, LN Moresi, M Velic, MA Jadamec, DA May

Physics of The Earth and Planetary Interiors | ELSEVIER | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council Grant Discovery Projects funding scheme


Awarded by National Science Foundation Awards


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Awarded by Division Of Earth Sciences


Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by Australian Research Council Grant Discovery Projects funding scheme (projects DP130101946 and DP110101697) awarded to Louis Moresi and National Science Foundation Awards (EAR-1316416 and EAR-1352879) awarded to Margarete Jadamec. Models were run on the Monash Sun Grid Cluster at Monash University and at the NCI national supercomputing facility (under the MerC Partner Share grant). We thank the Underworld Project for the Underworld source code, whose development was supported by AuScope, under the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy. We thank Mark Jellinek, Einat Lev and an anonymous reviewer for their helpful reviews which lead to a greatly improved manuscript. We thank Fabio Capitanio for thoughtful discussions and Jo Fleming for graphics advice. All results in this study were produced with the open source software package Underworld which can be obtained from: http://www.underworldcode.org.