Normal Fault Diagram

Normal Fault Diagram. Where the fault plane is sloping, as with normal and reverse faults, the upper side is the hanging wall and the lower side is the footwall. Geology A type of fault in which the hanging wall moves down relative to the footwall, and the fault surface dips steeply.

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A normal fault occurs when the crust is extended. An ER diagram is just a representation, it does not. Block diagram of single rectangular normal fault showing. slip direction and geometry parameters: fault length L Normal, or Dip-slip, faults are inclined fractures where the blocks have mostly shifted vertically.

The fault is at an angle so one block of rock lies above the fault while the other block lies below the fault.

Normal faulting occurs when two plates move away from each other, causing one to slide down relative to.

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Groups of normal faults can produce horst and graben topography, or a series of relatively high- and low-standing fault blocks, as seen in areas where the crust is rifting or being pulled apart by plate. The diagram just shows what entities and attributes you have and how entities relate to one-another. This chapter introduces basic fault tree analysis and points out the similarities (and differences) between RBDs and fault tree diagrams.

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