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1998, among several others). Under these circumstances the Coulomb calculations may correctly predict the directions in which stress is enhanced, but long-range interactions mean that their strengths are not correctly estimated by the stress amplitudes. , an earthquake). , 1999), then the effect may be dynamic and not static. Certainly if failure occurs at peak stress then dynamic stresses should nearly always be more important than static stresses. However, peak stresses cannot be the only factor.
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Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 44 by Renata Dmowska, Barry Saltzman