[CIG-SEISMO] SPECFEM3D:Kinematic and dynamic fault sources and CUBIT
Jean-Paul (Pablo) Ampuero
ampuero at gps.caltech.edu
Thu May 21 21:00:42 PDT 2015
We, the developers of the fault source modules of SPECFEM3D, have no experience with GID.
If you have specific questions about chapter 6 of the manual please send them to me and I will
update it accordingly.
Jean Paul (Pablo) Ampuero
Assistant Professor of Seismology
Seismological Laboratory - California Institute of Technology
On Thu, May 21, 2015 12:00 pm, cig-seismo-request at geodynamics.org wrote:
> Date: Thu, 21 May 2015 15:14:05 +0800
> From: Jenny Yan <jenny.yanny at gmail.com>
> To: cig-seismo <cig-seismo at geodynamics.org>
> Subject: [CIG-SEISMO] SPECFEM3D:Kinematic and dynamic fault sources
> and CUBIT
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> Dear SPECFEM Developers,
> I have done my simulations with Specfem3D_Global for about seven
> years. Recently, I am very interested in Specfem3D_cartesian for regional
> seismic wave simulation and have done some simulaton in
> EXAMPLES\. Unfortunately, Cubit is only vailable to U.S. government
> agencies, and we have no access to cubit(trellis) for meshing the domains.
> In the mannual of "Specfem 3D cartesian", it mentioned that GID can
> be used as well. I've been using GID(http://www.gidhome.com) for several
> years. Could you give me an example of the mesh created by the GID (
> http://gid.cimne.upc.es) with Kinematic and dynamic fault sources?
> Moreover, explanation about the "Kinematic and dynamic fault sources"
> in chapter 6 of the mannul is too little.
> best regards
> Jenny Yan
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