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  Poster Programme - TS1.1 The strengths and challenges of analogue and numerical models (co-listed in GD)

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Convener: Buiter, S.
Co-Convener: Schreurs, G.

Author in Attendance:

Wednesday, 18 April 2007 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Wednesday, 18 April 2007 08:00 -
Wednesday, 18 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2007-A-10258;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0847
Davaille, A; Limare, A; Vidal, V; Vatteville, J; Le Bars, M; Carbonne, C; Bienfait, G
Imaging isotherms and velocity fields in convective viscous fluid

EGU2007-A-05596;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0848
Deubelbeiss, Y.; Kaus, B.J.P
A comparison of numerical formulations for the Stokes equations with strongly variable viscosity

EGU2007-A-09063;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0849
Ebert, H.D.; Lavorante, L.P.
Tensor3d: a computer graphics program to simulate 3d real-time deformation and visualization of geometric bodies

EGU2007-A-03383;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0850
Cubas, N.; Maillot, B.; Leroy, Y. M.
Predicting sequences of thrusting in accretionary wedge based on the maximum rock strength

EGU2007-A-03377;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0851
Souloumiac, P.; Leroy, Y.M.; Krabbenhoft, K.; Maillot, B.
Predicting stress in fault-bend fold by optimization

EGU2007-A-05863;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0852
Miyakawa, A; Yamada, Y; Matsuoka, T
Study of interaction between wedge deformation and friction change in decollement zone by Distinct Element simulations.

EGU2007-A-00589;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0853
Garcia, V.H.; Cristallini, E.O.
Numerical modeling of the relationships between erosion-sedimentation processes and neotectonic structures

EGU2007-A-08566;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0854
Deckert, H.; Seyferth, M.
Dynamic decollement formation in high-resolution distinct-element models of accretionary wedges

EGU2007-A-06378;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0855
Rosenau, M.; Oncken, O.; Cailleau, B.; Hoth, S.; Kukowski, N.; Lohrmann, J.; Stange, M.; TIPTEQ Research Group, the
Evaluating the earthquake machine: Strengths and limits of analogue seismotectonic simulations in megathrust settings

EGU2007-A-01479;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0856
Geyer, A.; Martí, J.; Folch, A.
Reproducing collapse calderas processes: Analogue vs. numerical models

EGU2007-A-09068;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0857
Schreurs, G.; Buiter, S.; Ellis, S.; Osmundsen, P.T.
Analogue and Numerical Models Investigating the Formation of Parallel-dipping Normal Fault Arrays

EGU2007-A-11281;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0858
Gac, S; Geoffroy, L; Callot, JP
Analogue and numerical modelling of the soft point hypothesis

EGU2007-A-09744;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0859
Gressier, J.B.; Defossez, P.; Mourgues, R.
Numerical modelisation of hydraulic fracturing in anisotropic cohesive material

EGU2007-A-05391;  TS1.1-1WE3P-0860
Yakovlev, F.
“Similar” folds in theory and in nature – the comparison of two models by their application to the study of hinterland folds of Greater Caucasus

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