Pressure solution, Mineralogy, Creep, Quartz and Compaction are his primary areas of study. Geotechnical engineering covers Jean-Pierre Gratier research in Pressure solution. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Surface roughness, Porosity and Surface tension.
Jean-Pierre Gratier has researched Creep in several fields, including Deformation mechanism and Brittleness. His research integrates issues of Strain rate, Diagenesis and Deformation in his study of Quartz. His studies examine the connections between Compaction and genetics, as well as such issues in Grain size, with regards to Sedimentary rock.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pressure solution, Mineralogy, Fault, Creep and Seismology. Jean-Pierre Gratier has included themes like Active fault and Aseismic creep in his Pressure solution study. When carried out as part of a general Mineralogy research project, his work on Diagenesis is frequently linked to work in Layering, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Natural, Quaternary and Petrology. His studies deal with areas such as Stress, Deformation, Calcite, Displacement and Cleavage as well as Creep. The Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Deformation mechanism and Slip.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Fault, Geotechnical engineering, Split-Hopkinson pressure bar, Pressure solution and Paleontology. His Fault research integrates issues from Creep and Petrology. In Geotechnical engineering, he works on issues like Strain rate, which are connected to Compaction.
Jean-Pierre Gratier focuses mostly in the field of Compaction, narrowing it down to matters related to Nucleation and, in some cases, Permeability. His Pressure solution study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Mineralogy. His work in the fields of Paleontology, such as Pleistocene, Quaternary, Crust and Sedimentary rock, intersects with other areas such as Thermodynamic state.
His primary areas of study are Split-Hopkinson pressure bar, Geotechnical engineering, Fault, Active fault and Chronology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Petrophysics, Earthquake rupture, Perpendicular and Elastic modulus in addition to Split-Hopkinson pressure bar. His Fault study combines topics in areas such as Petrology, Pressure solution and Cleavage.
His work carried out in the field of Active fault brings together such families of science as Creep, Aseismic creep and Fault gouge. His Chronology research incorporates themes from Aragonite, Outcrop, Structural geology and Petrography. His work deals with themes such as Permeability and Crust, which intersect with Petrography.
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Kinetics of crack-sealing, intergranular pressure solution, and compaction around active faults
Franc ∞ ois Renard;Jean-Pierre Gratier;Bjørn Jamtveit.
Journal of Structural Geology (2000)
Pressure solution in sandstones: influence of clays and dependence on temperature and stress
François Renard;Peter Ortoleva;Jean Pierre Gratier.
The Role of Pressure Solution Creep in the Ductility of the Earth’s Upper Crust
Jean-Pierre Gratier;Dag K. Dysthe;François Renard;François Renard.
Advances in Geophysics (2013)
Enhanced deformation of limestone and sandstone in the presence of high fluids
Y. Le Guen;Y. Le Guen;F. Renard;F. Renard;R. Hellmann;E. Brosse.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Experimental pressure solution-deposition on quartz grains: the crucial effect of the nature of the fluid
J.P. Gratier;R. Guiguet Irigm.
Journal of Structural Geology (1986)
How pressure solution creep and fracturing processes interact in the upper crust to make it behave in both a brittle and viscous manner
Jean-Pierre Gratier;François Renard;Pierre Labaume.
Journal of Structural Geology (1999)
Aseismic sliding of active faults by pressure solution creep: Evidence from the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth
Jean-Pierre Gratier;Julie Richard;François Renard;François Renard;S. Mittempergher.
An integrated model for transitional pressure solution in sandstones
F. Renard;A. Park;P. Ortoleva;J.-P. Gratier.
Modeling fluid transfer along California faults when integrating pressure solution crack sealing and compaction processes
Jean-Pierre Gratier;Pascal Favreau;François Renard.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Intense fracturing and fracture sealing induced by mineral growth in porous rocks
Catherine Noiriel;François Renard;François Renard;Mai-Linh Doan;Jean-Pierre Gratier.
Chemical Geology (2010)
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