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Deformation microstructures and mechanisms in minerals and rocks

Tom G. Blenkinsop

Deformation microstructures and mechanisms in minerals and rocks

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petrofabric analysis,
  • Rock deformation,
  • Deformations (Mechanics),
  • Microstructure

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-125) and index.

    Statementby Tom Blenkinsop.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE440 .B54 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 150 p. :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15490597M
    ISBN 10041273480X
    LC Control Number00061087
    OCLC/WorldCa44713132


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This book is a systematic guide to the recognition and interpretation of deformation microstructures and mechanisms in minerals and rocks at the scale of a thin section.

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Diagnostic features of microstructures and mechanisms are emphasized, and the subject is extensively illustrated with high-quality color and black and white photomicrographs Brand: Springer Netherlands.

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Study of microstructures is an indispensable component of understanding structural geology of any terrain. A number of ‘new’ microscopic structures such as ‘flanking microstructures’, trapezoid-shaped mineral grains, reversal of ductile shear sense, micro-duplexes, V-pull aparts, and new minerals nucleating inside host minerals have recently been described in individual manuscripts.

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Numerical modeling of failure mechanisms in complex heterogeneous microstructures Lecture 8 Part3 - Plastic Deformation in Polymers. Deformation microstructures and mechanisms in the earth: Brittle-semibrittle-plastic transitions 3 The description of deformation: Scale, continuity, distribution, mechanism and mode 4 Ductility and the "brittle-ductile transition" 4 Character and classification of deformation zone rocks 5 Format and use of this book 5 2 Cited by: Abstract.

Experimental rock deformation studies provide two kinds of information. First, they provide information which will help to interpret the preserved micro- and macroscale structures in naturally deformed rocks, in terms of the P and T conditions of deformation, the flow stresses and finite strains, and whether the deformation was brittle or ductile, seismic or by: Mechanisms of Deformation and Fracture contains the proceedings of the Interdisciplinary Conference on the Mechanisms of Deformation and Fracture held at the University of Luleå in Sweden on SeptemberThe papers explore the mechanisms underlying deformation and fracture of materials such as pearlite, metals, quartz, soils, and rocks.

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Pembuat: Tom Blenkinsop. Department of Geology, University of Zimbabwe, Harane Zimbabwe KLUWER. A pressure shadow (also called strain shadow) is a term used in metamorphic geology to describe a microstructure in deformed rocks that occurs adjacent to a relatively large, undeformed particle, such as a re shadows often appear in thin sections as pairs of roughly triangular regions that are elongated parallel to the foliation around a clast of a different sics: Geodesy, Geomagnetism.

Deformation mechanisms is commonly characterized as brittle, ductile and brittle-ductile. The driving mechanism responsible is a subject of interplay between internal (e.g composition, grain size and lattice-preferred orientation) and external (e.g temperature and fluid pressure) factors.

These mechanisms produce a range of micro-structures studied in rocks to constrain the conditions. Obviously this book does not cover all the areas related to plastic deformation of minerals and rocks.

Important topics that are not fully covered in this book include mechanisms of semi-brittle deformation and the interplay between microstructure evolution and deformation at different levels, such as dislocation substructures and grain-size. The main process controlling the development of microstructures in the itabirites from the Quadrilátero Ferrı́fero is the mineralogical change in the iron oxides (Rosière,Rosière and Chemale, ).Magnetite I is the earliest recognizable ore mineral and it appears as kenomagnetite (Kullerud et al.,Morris,Rosière, ), a Fe 2+-deficient magnetite variety, as relics Cited by: Deformation of Ductile Rocks When rocks deform in a ductile manner, instead of fracturing to form faults or joints, they may bend or fold, and the resulting structures are called folds.

Folds result from compressional stresses or shear stresses acting over considerable time. Deformation Processes in Minerals, Ceramics and Rocks. Authors: Barber, D.J., Meredith Experimental studies of deformation mechanisms and microstructures in quartzo-feldspathic rocks.

Knipe, Robert J. Preview Buy Chap19 € Mechanisms of reaction-enhanced deformability in minerals and rocks. Pages Rubie, David C. Microstructures, Mechanics and Anisotropy. Author: David J. Prior,Ernest Henry Rutter,Daniel J.

Tatham; Publisher: Geological Society of London ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This collection of papers presents recent advances in the study of deformation mechanisms and rheology and their applications to tectonics.

Book reviews Deformation mechanisms applicable to upper mantle conditions are reviewed by Mercier in Chapter 19 for olivine and pyroxene.

In this chapter available experimental data on the microstructures, textures and theology of these minerals are summarized and compared with naturally occurring peridotites.

The effect of fluids on deformation. The interpretation of microstructures and textures. Deformation mechanisms and rheology of crust and upper mantle minerals.

Crust and lithosphere tectonics. The volume will appeal to researchers in the fields of structural geology. Introduction 59 Fundamental deformation mechanisms and microstructures in rocks containing melt 59 Magmatic flow 59 Sub-magmatic flow 60 Magmatic and sub-magmatic flow and rheology 60 Mesoscopic evidence for magmatic and sub-magmatic flow 60 Magmatic microstructures 62 Grain shape fabrics 62 5/5(3).

Deformation of Rocks Rocks become deformed when the Earth’s crust is compressed or stretched. The forces needed to do this act over millions of years – deformation is a very slow process. Compression. Fault-related rocks and their origins have long been controversial and subject to inconsistent terminology.

Snoke and Tullis address these problems by presenting the currently accepted ideas in the field, focusing on deformation mechanisms and conceptual models for fault and shear zones. As rocks are stressed, they go through stages of deformation.

At first, the rock is strained enough that its shape or size may change, but the change is reversible. This is the first stage, called. Volume 51 of Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry highlights some of the frontiers in the study of plastic deformation of minerals and rocks.

This book reviews large-strain shear deformation and deformation experiments under ultrahigh pressures; the issues of deformation of crustal rocks and the upper mantle; the interplay of partial melting. We welcome papers that describe LPOs and deformation microstructures of minerals and rocks in the crust and mantle, and that give fresh insight into how LPO and microstructures develop and evolve through time, reflect deformation conditions, and influence large-scale geodynamic processes.

Students match microstructures to the deformation mechanisms by which they form; compare pairs of photomicrographs chosen to highlight key differences between some common microstructures; and complete a self-quiz in which they identify microstructures and infer deformation mechanisms from photomicrographs.

Microtectonics deals with the interpretation of microstructures, small-scale deformation structures in rocks that yield abundant information on the history and type of deformation and metamorphism. The results are used by geologists to obtain data for large-scale geological interpretations. This advanced textbook treats common microstructures such as foliations, porphyroblasts, veins, fringes 5/5(1).

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Causes of Rock Deformation • Stress - pressure placed on rocks • Strain - deformation of the rock • Strength - rock resistance to deformation • Brittle deformation - the rocks break or fracture.

Occurs at low temperatures and low pressures. • Ductile deformation - the rocks bend or flow. Occurs at higher temperature and pressures.