LAMMPS simulations scripts for the manuscript \"A granular-physics-based view of fault friction experiments\"

Behrooz Ferdowsi & Allan M. Rubin
Rate- and State-dependent Friction (RSF) equations are commonly used to describe the time-dependent frictional response of fault gouge to perturbations in sliding velocity. Among the better-known versions are the Aging and Slip laws for the evolution of state. Although the Slip law is more successful, neither can predict all the robust features of lab data. RSF laws are also empirical, and their micromechanical origin is a matter of much debate. Here we use a granular-physics-based...
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