2-D finite displacements and strain from particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) analysis of tectonic analogue models with TecPIV

2-D finite displacements and strain from particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) analysis of tectonic analogue models with TecPIV

Boutelier, Schrank and Regenauer-Lieb

Solid Earth, 10, 1123–1139, 2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/se-10-1123-2019

We published a paper detailing the progress made on TecPIV:  2-D finite displacements and strain from particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) analysis of tectonic analogue models with TecPIV. The open-access paper can be downloaded from the link above.

More information on the software here, and the source here.

TecPIV outputs with strain rate components instead of velocity gradients

 

 

Finite deformation ellipses from cumulative Lagrangian sums.


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