Hiroyuki Noda
Hiroyuki Noda
Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute
E-mail megerősítve itt: kyoto-u.ac.jp - Kezdőlap
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Stable creeping fault segments can become destructive as a result of dynamic weakening
H Noda, N Lapusta
Nature 493 (7433), 518-521, 2013
3662013
Earthquake ruptures with thermal weakening and the operation of major faults at low overall stress levels
H Noda, EM Dunham, JR Rice
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B7), 2009
2442009
Thermal pressurization and slip-weakening distance of a fault: An example of the Hanaore fault, southwest Japan
H Noda, T Shimamoto
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (4), 1224-1233, 2005
1372005
Three‐dimensional earthquake sequence simulations with evolving temperature and pore pressure due to shear heating: Effect of heterogeneous hydraulic diffusivity
H Noda, N Lapusta
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B12), 2010
1322010
Comparison of average stress drop measures for ruptures with heterogeneous stress change and implications for earthquake physics
H Noda, N Lapusta, H Kanamori
Geophysical Journal International 193 (3), 1691-1712, 2013
1132013
Low‐to high‐velocity frictional properties of the clay‐rich gouges from the slipping zone of the 1963 Vaiont slide, northern Italy
F Ferri, G Di Toro, T Hirose, R Han, H Noda, T Shimamoto, M Quaresimin, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B9), 2011
892011
Large nucleation before large earthquakes is sometimes skipped due to cascade‐up—Implications from a rate and state simulation of faults with hierarchical asperities
H Noda, M Nakatani, T Hori
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118 (6), 2924-2952, 2013
862013
A friction to flow constitutive law and its application to a 2‐D modeling of earthquakes
T Shimamoto, H Noda
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (11), 8089-8106, 2014
702014
Quasi‐dynamic versus fully dynamic simulations of earthquakes and aseismic slip with and without enhanced coseismic weakening
MY Thomas, N Lapusta, H Noda, J Avouac
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (3), 1986-2004, 2014
622014
Frictional constitutive law at intermediate slip rates accounting for flash heating and thermally activated slip process
H Noda
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B9), 2008
492008
A rate‐and state‐dependent ductile flow law of polycrystalline halite under large shear strain and implications for transition to brittle deformation
H Noda, T Shimamoto
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (9), 2010
432010
Constitutive properties of clayey fault gouge from the Hanaore fault zone, southwest Japan
H Noda, T Shimamoto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B4), 2009
382009
Permeability, porosity and pore geometry evolution during compaction of Neogene sedimentary rocks
K Okazaki, H Noda, S Uehara, T Shimamoto
Journal of Structural Geology 62, 1-12, 2014
302014
Transient behavior and stability analyses of halite shear zones with an empirical rate-and-state friction to flow law
H Noda, T Shimamoto
Journal of Structural Geology 38, 234-242, 2012
302012
Thermo-and hydro-mechanical processes along faults during rapid slip
JR Rice, EM Dunham, H Noda
CRC Press, 2009
262009
Under what circumstances does a seismogenic patch produce aseismic transients in the later interseismic period?
H Noda, T Hori
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (21), 7477-7484, 2014
242014
Shear‐induced permeability anisotropy of simulated serpentinite gouge produced by triaxial deformation experiments
K Okazaki, I Katayama, H Noda
Geophysical research letters 40 (7), 1290-1294, 2013
242013
Frictional experiments of dolerite at intermediate slip rates with controlled temperature: Rate weakening or temperature weakening?
H Noda, K Kanagawa, T Hirose, A Inoue
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B7), 2011
222011
Implementation into earthquake sequence simulations of a rate-and state-dependent friction law incorporating pressure solution creep
H Noda
Geophysical Journal International 205 (2), 1108-1125, 2016
102016
Frictional properties and permeability of fault rocks from Taiwan Chelungpu-fault Drilling Project and their implications for high-velocity slip weakening
H Sone, T Shimamoto, H Noda, S Song, K Ma, J Hung, C Wang
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2005, T43D-06, 2005
102005
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