Takehiro Hirose focuses on Slip, Shear, Mineralogy, Fault and Composite material. Takehiro Hirose has researched Slip in several fields, including Lubrication, Nucleation, Geotechnical engineering, Stress change and Seismology. His work investigates the relationship between Shear and topics such as Fault mechanics that intersect with problems in Thermal diffusivity, Slip line field, Contact area, Mechanics and Scaling.
The various areas that he examines in his Mineralogy study include Carbonate and Seismic slip. His Fault research integrates issues from Instability and Shear stress. His study looks at the relationship between Composite material and topics such as Comminution, which overlap with Thermal, Quartz and Microstructure.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Slip, Petrology, Fault and Geotechnical engineering. In his research, Borehole is intimately related to Drilling, which falls under the overarching field of Seismology. His studies in Slip integrate themes in fields like Shear, Mineralogy and Shear stress.
His work deals with themes such as Volcano, Pore water pressure and Permeability, which intersect with Petrology. His study in Plate tectonics extends to Fault with its themes. His Slipping research extends to the thematically linked field of Geotechnical engineering.
Takehiro Hirose focuses on Petrology, Drilling, Nankai trough, Clathrate hydrate and Slip. His work on Shear as part of his general Petrology study is frequently connected to High pressure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Takehiro Hirose interconnects Petroleum engineering and Borehole in the investigation of issues within Drilling.
His Nankai trough study incorporates themes from Geochemistry and Accretionary complex. In his work, Shear stress is strongly intertwined with Fault, which is a subfield of Slip. Takehiro Hirose has included themes like Thermal conductivity and Mineralogy in his Porosity study.
Takehiro Hirose mostly deals with Petrology, Slip, Clathrate hydrate, Accretionary wedge and Mbsf. The Petrology study combines topics in areas such as Restite, Fault and Shear stress. His Slip research incorporates elements of Shear, Geotechnical engineering, Carbonate and Pore fluid pressure.
The concepts of his Shear study are interwoven with issues in Subduction, Trench, Fracture mechanics, Stratigraphic section and Lithology. His Accretionary wedge study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as International Ocean Discovery Program and Pore water pressure. Takehiro Hirose works mostly in the field of Mbsf, limiting it down to topics relating to Borehole and, in certain cases, Core sample, Well logging, Rate of penetration, Décollement and Plate tectonics, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Fault lubrication during earthquakes
G. Di Toro;G. Di Toro;R. Han;T. Hirose;N. De Paola.
Ultralow Friction of Carbonate Faults Caused by Thermal Decomposition
Raehee Han;Toshihiko Shimamoto;Toshihiko Shimamoto;Takehiro Hirose;Takehiro Hirose;Jin Han Ree.
Growth of molten zone as a mechanism of slip weakening of simulated faults in gabbro during frictional melting
Takehiro Hirose;Toshihiko Shimamoto.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Natural and Experimental Evidence of Melt Lubrication of Faults During Earthquakes
Giulio Di Toro;Takehiro Hirose;Stefan Nielsen;Giorgio Pennacchioni.
Strong velocity weakening and powder lubrication of simulated carbonate faults at seismic slip rates
Raehee Han;Raehee Han;Takehiro Hirose;Toshihiko Shimamoto.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Stuck in the mud? Earthquake nucleation and propagation through accretionary forearcs
D. R. Faulkner;T. M. Mitchell;J. Behnsen;T. Hirose.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
Reconstruction of seismic faulting by high-velocity friction experiments: An example of the 1995 Kobe earthquake
Kazuo Mizoguchi;Takehiro Hirose;Toshihiko Shimamoto;Eiichi Fukuyama.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
Frictional melt and seismic slip
S. Nielsen;G. Di Toro;T. Hirose;T. Hirose;T. Shimamoto.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Extreme dynamic weakening of faults during dehydration by coseismic shear heating
Takehiro Hirose;Misha Bystricky.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
Fault lubrication and earthquake propagation in thermally unstable rocks
Nicola De Paola;Takehiro Hirose;Tom Mitchell;Giulio Di Toro;Giulio Di Toro.
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