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Terashake 1.3 (SouthEast to North West Rupture)

Animations were created using SDSC's Vista volume renderer, Alias's Maya and Adobe's After Effects.

Data Type: Scalar surface data (floats -velocity components & mag) Data Source: SCEC
Visualization Type: Volume rendering Software: VISTA (Volume Renderer)
Data Size: 20,000 Surfaces 3000x1500x1 Storage Archive:
Data Volume: 1 TB Computing Cluster: Datastar

Visualization Credits: Amit Chourasia, Steve Cutchin - Visualization Services, SDSC
Simulation Credits: SCEC and SDSC

Short Clear Concise Movie (10.4 mb QT)


Surface Topography 3D Movies

Instananeous Displacement Magnitude
Instaneous Displacement
every 10th timestep

Mountain Scale = 5x, Displacement Sacle = 2000x


Movies: Instantaneous Displacement Magnitude on Topography

Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3
Instaneous Displacement
every 10th timestep

Displacement Scale = 2000x

Movies: Instantaneous Displacement Magnitude on Topography

Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3

Instaneous Displacement
every 10th timestep

Displacement Scale = 1x

Movies: Instantaneous Displacement Magnitude on Topography

Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3


2D Surface Visualizations

Cumulative Peak Velocity Magnitude
displacement
every 10th timestep
Movies: Cumulative Peak Velocity Magnitude Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3
Velocity Components
velocity
every 10th timestep
Movies: Instantaneous Y Velocity Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3
x
every 10th timestep
Movies: Instantaneous Y Velocity Codec: Quicktime Sorenson V3