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transfer Heat 1: Heat ux and energy balance 09/10/2007 Contents Surface heat ux, energy budget Ch 4.2-4.4 Time dependent heat conduction Ch 4.13 References 1. 2nd Geodynamics, Ed. D.L. Turcotte and G. Schubert (2002), Cambridge University Press. 2. Physics of the Earth, 3rd Ed., F.D. Stacey, Brookeld Press, Ch 6.3. 1

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transfer Heat 1: Heat ux and energy balance 09/10/2007 Contents Surface heat ux, energy budget Ch 4.2-4.4 Time dependent heat conduction Ch 4.13 References 1. 2nd Geodynamics, Ed. D.L. Turcotte and G. Schubert (2002), Cambridge University Press. 2. Physics...

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Maryland - GEOL - 446
Homework assignment 1 Assigned: 09/08/2007 Due: 09/21/20071. Planetary accretion: A rst-order energy balance of planet formation indicates that the temperature of a planet T is raised over the temperature of the solar nebula Tn due to the total ene
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Pressure in the core of a planet:The variation of density within the Earth can be described by Adams and Williamsons equation, given by: 1 d dr = g(r) , (r) (1)where the gravity g(r) and the seismic parameter (r) both depend on the depth r (meas
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Heat transfer 2: Thermal structure beneath the oceans and continents09/14/2007Contents A steady state oceanic geotherm, melting of rocks Ch 4.7 Continental geotherm Ch 4.8 Half space cooling model, cooling of the oceanic lithosphere Ch 4.15-4.
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Heat transfer 3: Thermal structure of the mantle09/17/2007OverviewIn this lecture we will discuss the relatively higher eciency of heat transfer by advection over conduction and the notion of adiabatic compressibility. We will derive an expressi
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Homework Assignment 2Assigned 09/21/2007 Due: 10/05/20071. Problem 6.13 Turcotte and Schubert, 2. Problem 6.24 Turcotte and Schubert 3. Problem 6.33 Turcotte and Schubert 10 pts 10 pts 10 pts4. Thermal evolution of the Earth: Evolution of the ave
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Fluid Mechanics 109/21/2007OverviewRocks in the Earths mantle behave in a uid-like manner. The elevated temperature beneath the lithosphere reduces the viscosity of the rock forming minerals allowing them to ow. Therefore, the principles of uid
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Fluid Mechanics 2: Postglacial rebound09/24/2007OverviewIn this lecture we will use the governing equations of uid mechanics to calculate the viscosities of the Earths mantle. The Earths mantle responds to rapid (i.e. 104 yrs) loading and unload
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Fluid Mechanics 3: Stokes settling and plumes09/28/2007OverviewToday we will discuss the laws governing the motion of a sphere through an ambient uid. We will use the results to calculate the rise velocity of crustal xenoliths. We will also use t
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Fluid Mechanics 4: Thermal convection10/31/2007OverviewToday we will discuss the basic laws governing convection in layer of uid heated from below. The motion within the uid layer is generated by the buoyancy perturbation due to heating. Two asp
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Fluid mechanics 5: Boundary layer theory10/05/2007OverviewTwo important aspects of thermal convection are (1) the criterion for the onset of convection and (2) the structure of a convecting layer of uid. In the last lecture, we derived an express
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Homework Assignment 3Assigned 10/08/2007 Due 10/19/20071. Mantle recycling : Earths mantle can be considered to chemically recycle through tectonics. Following a simple mass-conservation model, we can calculate the rate at which the Earths mantle i
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Fluid mechanics 6: Forces that drive plate tectonics10/08/2007OverviewThe structure of a convecting uid layer can be determined from the boundary layer theory. Using the boundary layer theory, one can also calculate ridge-push and trench-pull, tw
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Fluid mechanics 7: Thermal evolution of the Earth10/12/2006OverviewThermal evolution of the Earth is a complicated problem which simultaneously requires the principles of heat transfer, uid mechanics, and geochemistry. The rst study of the therm
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Fluid Mechanics 8: Mantle recycling10/15/2007Content Mantle recycling, Ch 6-24.Additional Reading Ch 4.6.2, Mantle Convection by Turcotte and Schubert, Ch 7.4, Physics of the interior of the Earth, J.P. Poirier. P. Tackley, Mantle Convection
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Homework assignment 4: GravityAssigned: 10/19/2007 Due: 11/02/2007 Problem 5.3, Turcotte and Schubert Problem 5.9, Turcotte and Schubert Problem 5.13, Turcotte and Schubert1
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Gravity 1: Gravitation and moments of inertia10/22/2007 Gravity due to a point mass and sphere Ch 5.2 Moments of inertia Ch 5.51
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Gravity 2: Gravity of a rotating planet10/29/2007Contents Gravity of a rotating planet Ch 5.2-5.3 Response ratio, internal structure of a planet, de Pater and Lissauer Ch 6.1.4.1 Gravitational potential and geoid Ch 5.41
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Gravity 3: Isostasy and gravity anomalies11/02/2007 Surface gravity anomaly, Ch 5.6 Bouguer anomaly, Ch 5.7 Free-air or elevation correction, Ch 5.8 Isostatic geoid anomaly, Ch 5.12Additional reading Applied Geophysics, W.M. telford, L.P. Gel
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Home work 5: Rock and mineral physicsAssigned: 11/05/2007 Due: 11/16/20071. The constitutive equation for rocks undergoing viscous creep can be generally expressed as: =A n ar 2 O H dp exp Q , RT (1)where is the strain rate, is the stress i
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Rock and mineral physics 1: crystal defects11/05/2007 Crystal defects, point defects, line defects, planar defects Flow laws1
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Rock and mineral physics 2: Regimes of creep11/09/2007ContentsIn todays lecture, we will continue our discussions on the following four dierent creep regimes in materials: Anelastic creep Low temperature creep associated with dislocation glide
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Instructions for Research PresentationDates: 12/03/2007-12/07/2007The goal of the presentation is to approach a problem related to your personal research interest (not necessarily a part of dissertation work, you can make a presentation on how Sco
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Seismology 1: Seismic waves11/16/2007Contents Types of waves Earthquake seismologyReferences The Solid Earth: An Introduction to Geophysics (2007), C.M.R. Fowler The Dynamic Structure of the Deep Earth (2003), S-I. Karato1
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