Ingenieurgeologie und Geomechanik als Grundlagen des by L. Müller (eds.)

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These estimates should be quantitatively assessed and incorporated in the economie decision, but at present cannot be. 56 H. H. Einstein and G. B. Baecher: V. Probability theory and statistics Prob ability theory and the statistical techniques deriving from it provide a formal calculus for describing uncertainty, modelling the relationships among uncertain quantities, and drawing inferences from limited observations. In itself, this does not mean that probability theory or statistical techniques are applicable to all classes of uncertainties - and indeed to many classes they are not but it does suggest that insight might be gained from their use.

Physical Model Test Results Ergebnis des Modellversuches i diagonal fault loeation Numerical and Physical Modeling of Flexural Slip Phenomena 45 2. Fault slip appeared to be predominantly controlled by the number and frictional properties of the bedding plane faults, and not by the material properties of the "rock"; and 3. Although the diagonal fault did displace left laterally by a small amount, it had little or no effect on the bedding plane fault behavior. Conclusion Traditionally, site evaluation studies in seismically active areas are based on purely geological methods.

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