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Pathikrit Bhattacharya
Pathikrit Bhattacharya
School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, NISER
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Fluid-induced aseismic fault slip outpaces pore-fluid migration
P Bhattacharya, RC Viesca
Science 364 (6439), 464-468, 2019
2112019
Critical evaluation of state evolution laws in rate and state friction: Fitting large velocity steps in simulated fault gouge with time‐, slip‐, and stress‐dependent …
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin, E Bayart, HM Savage, C Marone
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (9), 6365-6385, 2015
1002015
Does fault strengthening in laboratory rock friction experiments really depend primarily upon time and not slip?
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin, NM Beeler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122, 2017
752017
Frictional response to velocity steps and 1‐D fault nucleation under a state evolution law with stressing‐rate dependence
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (3), 2272-2304, 2014
442014
Three-dimensional fluid-driven stable frictional ruptures
A Sáez, B Lecampion, P Bhattacharya, RC Viesca
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 160, 104754, 2022
402022
Frictional state evolution during normal stress perturbations probed with ultrasonic waves
S Shreedharan, J Rivière, P Bhattacharya, C Marone
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124 (6), 5469-5491, 2019
242019
Statistical Analysis of the 2002 Mw 7.9 Denali Earthquake Aftershock Sequence
P Bhattacharya, M Phan, R Shcherbakov
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 101 (6), 2662-2674, 2011
202011
Fractal models of earthquake dynamics
P Bhattacharya, BK Chakrabarti, D Samanta
arXiv preprint arXiv:0906.1931, 2009
192009
A fractal model of earthquake occurrence: Theory, simulations and comparisons with the aftershock data
P Bhattacharya, BK Chakrabarti
Journal of Physics: conference series 319 (1), 012004, 2011
182011
The evolution of rock friction is more sensitive to slip than elapsed time, even at near-zero slip rates
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin, TE Tullis, NM Beeler, K Okazaki
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2119462119, 2022
172022
Apparent age dependence of the fault weakening distance in rock friction
NM Beeler, A Rubin, P Bhattacharya, B Kilgore, T Tullis
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, e2021JB022772, 2021
52021
Kamal, and Debashis Samanta,"
P Bhattacharya, BK Chakrabarti
Fractal Models of Earthquake Dynamics, Reviews of Non-241 linear Dynamics …, 2009
42009
Frictional control on accelerating creep during the slow‐to‐fast transition of rainfall‐induced catastrophic landslides
K Paul, P Bhattacharya, S Misra
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 129 (1), e2023JF007213, 2024
22024
Examination of the rate-state friction equations under large perturbations from steady sliding: A theoretical and experimental study
P Bhattacharya
Princeton University, 2017
22017
Where did the time go? Friction evolves with slip following large velocity steps, normal stress steps, and (?) during long holds
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin, TE Tullis, K Okazaki, NM Beeler
2016 AGU Fall Meeting, 2016
22016
The role of stressing rate in state evolution under rate-state friction
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin, MM Scuderi, J Leeman, K Ryan, C Marone
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, T11B-4557, 2014
22014
Numerical and analytical study of rupture nucleation on 1D and 2D faults under a new state evolution law
P Bhattacharya, AM Rubin
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2012, S21B-2466, 2012
22012
Anomalous statistics of aftershock sequences generated by supershear ruptures
P Bhattacharya, R Shcherbakov, KF Tiampo, L Mansinha
Research in Geophysics 2 (1), e6-e6, 2012
22012
Declustering seismicity using the thirumalai-mountain metric
N Cho, KF Tiampo, P Bhattacharya, R Shcherbakov, C Chen, H Li, ...
AGU fall meeting abstracts 2010, NG51A-1195, 2010
22010
Comment on" Gauge transformations are Canonical transformations"
P Bhattacharya, BP Mandal
arXiv preprint physics/0604173, 2006
22006
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