HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE.

David L Kohlstedt, W. B. Durham, C. Goetze

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Abstract

Considerable geophysical interest has focused on the mechanical properties of the orthorhombic mineral olivine, because continental drift is controlled by the high-temperature creep of olivine-rich rocks deep in the earth. The paper reports on single crystal, steady-state creep experiments, conducted at room pressure and 1300-1650 degree C, which combine with previously reported high-pressure deformation experiments to form a consistent picture of the creep properties of olivine over the differential stress range 50-15,000 bars and the temperature interval 725-1650 degree C.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages383-387
Number of pages5
StatePublished - Jan 1 1976
Externally publishedYes
EventInt Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc - Boston, Mass
Duration: Aug 16 1976Aug 20 1976

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OtherInt Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc
CityBoston, Mass
Period8/16/768/20/76

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Olivine
Creep
Temperature
Minerals
Earth (planet)
Experiments
Rocks
Single crystals
Mechanical properties

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Kohlstedt, D. L., Durham, W. B., & Goetze, C. (1976). HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE.. 383-387. Paper presented at Int Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc, Boston, Mass, .

HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE. / Kohlstedt, David L; Durham, W. B.; Goetze, C.

1976. 383-387 Paper presented at Int Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc, Boston, Mass, .

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Kohlstedt, DL, Durham, WB & Goetze, C 1976, 'HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE.' Paper presented at Int Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc, Boston, Mass, 8/16/76 - 8/20/76, pp. 383-387.
Kohlstedt DL, Durham WB, Goetze C. HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE.. 1976. Paper presented at Int Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc, Boston, Mass, .
Kohlstedt, David L ; Durham, W. B. ; Goetze, C. / HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP OF OLIVINE. Paper presented at Int Conf on Mech Behav of Mater, 2nd, Proc, Boston, Mass, .5 p.
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