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Title: The vibration of a layered rotating planet and Bryan’s effect
Authors: Shatalov, MY
Joubert, SV
Coetzee, CE
Keywords: Geotechnical earthquake engineering
Earthquake engineering
Seismic safety
Bryan’s effect
Mathematical models
Vibrating planets
Vibrating moons
Issue Date: Dec-2011
Publisher: InTech Open
Citation: Shatalov, MY, Joubert, SV and Coetzee, CE. The vibration of a layered rotating planet and Bryan’s effect. Advances in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering – Soil Liquefaction and Seismic Safety of Dams and Monuments. Intech Open.
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8301
Abstract: As among other seismological observations, it is important to be able to predict the location of the vibrating pattern of an earthquake. In this chapter, the authors take the first tentative steps towards including "Bryan’s effect" in a mathematical model for the seismic vibration pattern of a layered slowly rotating vibrating planet or moon.
Description: Copyright: Creative Commons License (content to be used and distributed freely)
URI: http://www.intechopen.com/books/advances-in-geotechnical-earthquake-engineering-soil-liquefaction-and-seismic-safety-of-dams-and-monuments/-the-vibration-of-a-layered-rotating-planet-and-bryan-s-effect
ISBN: 978-953-51-0025-6
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