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Methods for determining deformation history for chocolate tablet boudinage with fibrous crystals


, : Methods for determining deformation history for chocolate tablet boudinage with fibrous crystals. Tectonophysics 92(1-3): 211-239

Chocolate tablet boudinage with fibrous crystal growths between the boudinaged plates from two localities were studied. In one, from Leytron, Valais, Switzerland, the deformation history was found to be a succession of plane strain increments with the shortening direction perpendicular to the boudinaged sheet and the extension direction showing a progressive change in orientation within the sheet. The incremental and finite strains were evaluated. The other specimen, from Parys Mountain, Anglesey Great Britain, was found to have a more complex history with diachronous break up of the competent layer and flattening strain increments. It was found that under these circumstances the direct graphical methods of determining finite and incremental strains gave inconsistent results. A numerical model was developed which allowed the simulation of chocolate tablet structure with a complex deformation history. The model was applied to the Anglesey specimen and three possible strain histories for this structure were tried.

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DOI: 10.1016/0040-1951(83)90091-4


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