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Terashake 1.4 (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 volume data (floats -velocity components & mag)||Data Source:||SCEC|
|Visualization Type:||Volume rendering||Software:||VISTA (Volume Renderer)|
|Data Size:||2,000 Volumes 3000x1500x400; 20,000 Surfaces 3000x1500x1||Storage Archive:|
|Data Volume:||8 TB||Computing Cluster:||Datastar|
|Visualization Credits:||Amit Chourasia, Steve Cutchin - Visualization Services, SDSC|
|Simulation Credits:||SCEC and SDSC|
Surface Topography 3D Movies
|Instananeous Displacement Magnitude|
every 10th timestep
Mountain Scale = 5x, Displacement Sacle = 2000x
Movies:Instantaneous Displacement Magnitude on topography