A team of researchers from the Mechanics of Soils, Structures and Materials laboratory (UMR 8579 with CNRS) has just created a numerical simulation of an earthquake in the Cadarache region in southwestern France for a strong ground motion scenario Mw6.0.
See video below:
Check the latest source-to-site earthquake simulation (4.95 billions DOFs) of the Cadarache region (South Eastern France), for a Mw6.0 strong ground motion scenario.
Courtesy of Soil, Structures and Materials Mechanics Laboratory!https://t.co/x840tyDXs5 pic.twitter.com/NVvxJxofoq
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Code: SEM3D (Ver 2017.04 Registered at French Agency for Protection of Programs (Dépôt APP), 2017).
Simulation performed @Occigen (CINES allocation 2020-A0080410444) on 2000 MPI processes.
Contact: David Castro-Cruz (firstname.lastname@example.org), research engineer in Computational Earthquake Engineering