Difference between revisions of "Dictionary:Nodal plane"

From SEG Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Initial import)
 
(Prepared the page for translation)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{lowercase}}{{#category_index:N|nodal plane}}
+
<languages/>
 +
<translate>
 +
</translate>
 +
{{lowercase}}
 +
<translate>{{#category_index:N|nodal plane}}
 
<b>1</b>. A surface within a steady-state wavefield that does not involve motion. <b>2</b>. The first motion from an earthquake may be either a push or pull, depending on the orientation of the station with respect to the epicenter and the direction of motion along the earthquake fault. A nodal plane separates the region where the first motion is a push from the region where it is a pull. There are two such planes for first-energy P-waves, one of which is the fault plane.
 
<b>1</b>. A surface within a steady-state wavefield that does not involve motion. <b>2</b>. The first motion from an earthquake may be either a push or pull, depending on the orientation of the station with respect to the epicenter and the direction of motion along the earthquake fault. A nodal plane separates the region where the first motion is a push from the region where it is a pull. There are two such planes for first-energy P-waves, one of which is the fault plane.
 +
</translate>

Revision as of 12:34, 18 March 2018

Other languages:
English • ‎español


1. A surface within a steady-state wavefield that does not involve motion. 2. The first motion from an earthquake may be either a push or pull, depending on the orientation of the station with respect to the epicenter and the direction of motion along the earthquake fault. A nodal plane separates the region where the first motion is a push from the region where it is a pull. There are two such planes for first-energy P-waves, one of which is the fault plane.