## What is/are Wedge Geometry?

Wedge Geometry - High-energy non-equilibrium flows of air and $$\hbox {CO}_2$$ – $$\hbox {N}_2$$ over a double-wedge geometry are studied numerically.^{[1]}We find that the pattern of background seismicity correlates with the margin-parallel long-wavelength wedge geometry and with published estimates of geologic-timescale coastal uplift.

^{[2]}The length scale $d_{s}$ is related to the work performed by TRC mixing using an idealized well-mixed wedge geometry.

^{[3]}This offers a new perspective on the role of sediments, suggesting that sediment buoyancy and wedge geometry also play an important role on large-scale subduction dynamics.

^{[4]}Its crustal geometry consists of a thrust wedge geometry of the European lithosphere between the Axial Zone imbricate system of the Iberian upper crust and the north-directed subduction of the Iberian lower crust.

^{[5]}Assuming that the cohesion is very low, we could infer the ranges of strengths that most observed wedge geometry data have 0.

^{[6]}Application of the analytical and homogeneous critical Coulomb wedge (CCW) theory to the MFTB closely predicts the external wedge geometry but fails to predict the observed shortening of the individual litho-tectonic units and structural styles.

^{[7]}A simple two-dimensional wedge geometry was selected to simulate the flow structure found in atmospheric reentry.

^{[8]}1 MJ/kg stagnation enthalpy, and Mach 7 nitrogen and air flows at 8 MJ/kg stagnation enthalpy over a double wedge geometry have been reproduced numerically assuming chemical and thermal non-equilibrium.

^{[9]}Cleavage through the insertion of a rounded wedge provides a straightforward mechanical setup that produces stable crack propagation, so long as the effects of friction and wedge geometry are properly considered.

^{[10]}Wedge geometry – associated with discordant contacts between different lithologies – causes constructive and destructive amplitude interference, creating imaging artefacts of sandstone thickness and geometry.

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