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Evidence of a Larger EM-Induced Fault Model [chapter]

S. Ordas, L. Guillaume-Sage, K. Tobich, J.-M. Dutertre, P. Maurine
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An analysis of the induced faults [4] revealed that they originated from timing constraint violations.  ...  This result clearly extends the range of the threats associated with EM fault injection. Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications. CARDIS 2014 http://dx.  ...  Evidence of a bit-set/bit-reset fault model In section 3, the occurrence of timing faults was confirmed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16763-3_15 fatcat:wkg2xwibozhn5a4o7aku5tbsf4

Electromagnetic fault injection: the curse of flip-flops

S. Ordas, L. Guillaume-Sage, P. Maurine
2016 Journal of Cryptographic Engineering  
An analysis of the induced faults revealed that they originated from timing constraint violations.  ...  This first result clearly extends the range of the threats associated with EM fault injection.  ...  constituting first evidence in favor of the sampling fault model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13389-016-0128-3 fatcat:zvut5j5pkrc6fkoh52dwhzqzpi

On the puzzling feature of the silence of precursory electromagnetic emissions

K. Eftaxias, S. M. Potirakis, T. Chelidze
2013 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
</strong> It has been suggested that fracture-induced MHz–kHz electromagnetic emissions (EME), which emerge from a few days up to a few hours before the main seismic shock occurrence permit a real-time  ...  Despite fairly abundant evidence, electromagnetic (EM) precursors have not been adequately accepted as credible physical phenomena.  ...  In this contribution, we have based our analysis on the two-stage model for fracture-induced EME presented in Sect. 2, and we have presented much strong evidence that supports the specific hypothesis.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-13-2381-2013 fatcat:mkiii2pr3zejplxv5gigfkilom

EM Injection: Fault Model and Locality

S. Ordas, L. Guillaume-Sage, Philippe Maurine
2015 2015 Workshop on Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography (FDTC)  
It highlights that faults produced by EM pulse injection are not timing faults but correspond to a different model which is presented in this paper.  ...  EM injection recently emerged as an effective medium for fault injection. This paper presents an analysis of the IC susceptibility to EM pulses.  ...  The local character of EM injection being highlighted, and the coordinates (x, y) associated with a high probability to induce a fault being known, the experimentations aiming at identifying which model  ... 
doi:10.1109/fdtc.2015.9 dblp:conf/fdtc/OrdasGM15 fatcat:onp7z6gfingknd2vliq2h2hkma

Evidence of fractional-Brownian-motion-type asperity model for earthquake generation in candidate pre-seismic electromagnetic emissions

K. Eftaxias, Y. Contoyiannis, G. Balasis, K. Karamanos, J. Kopanas, G. Antonopoulos, G. Koulouras, C. Nomicos
2008 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
The results also imply that the activation of a single earthquake (fault) is a reduced self-affine image of the whole regional seismicity and a magnified self-affine image of the laboratory seismicity.  ...  The search of precursory patterns is mainly based on well documented scaling properties of fault surface topology.  ...  This evidence supports the hypothesis that the detected EM precursor is a subproduct of the Athens fault system nucleation.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-8-657-2008 fatcat:xuu2vg5nxffsrnbugmvhvchutu

Linking electromagnetic precursors with earthquake dynamics: An approach based on nonextensive fragment and self-affine asperity models

George Minadakis, Stylianos M. Potirakis, Constantinos Nomicos, Konstantinos Eftaxias
2012 Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications  
A recently proposed two-stage model on preseismic EM activity suggests that the MHz EM emission is due to the fracture of the highly heterogeneous system that surrounds the fault.  ...  Yet, the link between an individual EM precursor and a distinctive stage of the EQ preparation comprises a crucial open question.  ...  core of a fault (gouge).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.physa.2011.11.049 fatcat:pzfbpjpfo5byrmihsq7xgrbzbu

Current challenges for pre-earthquake electromagnetic emissions: shedding light from micro-scale plastic flow, granular packings, phase transitions and self-affinity notion of fracture process

K. Eftaxias, S. M. Potirakis
2013 Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics  
A three-stage model for EQ generation by means of pre-EQ fracture-induced EM emissions is proposed.  ...  We try to contribute to the establishment of strict criteria for the definition of an emerged EM anomaly as a possibly EQ-related one, and to the explanation of potential precursory EM features which have  ...  The authors wish to thank the editor and the reviewers of this article for their valuable and constructive comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.5194/npg-20-771-2013 fatcat:sv3jjh2khbbfxhv7rjqvgn5ff4

Verifying the self-affine nature of regional seismicity using nonextensive Tsallis statistics [article]

G. Minadakis, S. M. Potirakis, J. Stonham, C. Nomicos, K. Eftaxias
2012 arXiv   pre-print
of a single fault is a reduced self-affine image of regional seismicity.  ...  The analysis is mainly performed by means of a recently introduced nonextensive model for earthquake dynamics which leads to a Gutenberg-Richter type law.  ...  fault-generation of a single EQ in terms of preseismic kHz EM emissions.  ... 
arXiv:1211.7227v1 fatcat:trsessz5ffhorahmycmucavozy

Unfolding the procedure of characterizing recorded ultra low frequency, kHZ and MHz electromagnetic anomalies prior to the L'Aquila earthquake as pre-seismic ones. Part II [article]

K. Eftaxias, G. Balasis, Y. Contoyiannis, C. Papadimitriou, M. Kalimeri, J. Kopanas, G. Antonopoulos, C. Nomicos
2009 arXiv   pre-print
Despite fairly abundant circumstantial evidence pre-seismic EM signals have not been adequately accepted as real physical quantities.  ...  The ULF EM anomaly was continuously recorded from March 29, 2009 up to April 2, 2009. "Are EQs predictable?" is a question hotly debated in the science community.  ...  (ii) Indirect EM precursors: EM phenomena believed to be rooted in seismo-ionospheric coupling Ample experimental evidence suggests that the preparation of EQ induces a lithosphere-atmosphereionosphere  ... 
arXiv:0910.0797v1 fatcat:ujdtplcqprfvfmxmuig5abg3xe

Shear stress in fault zones

Barry Kean Atkinson
1982 Nature  
The key evidence of long-term, low shear stress, probably around lO MPa, comes from the absence of a heat flow anomaly around the San Andreas Fault.  ...  Relatively high moments for short fault breaks are only achieved in association with a large volume of relaxation which can be larger than the inclusion.  ... 
doi:10.1038/296708a0 fatcat:5xwto7n5jbd67cw7errnogisti

Are There Pre-Seismic Electromagnetic Precursors? A Multidisciplinary Approach [chapter]

Konstantinos Eftaxias
2012 Earthquake Research and Analysis - Statistical Studies, Observations and Planning  
The following two stage model of EQ generation by means of pre-fracture EM activities has been proposed: The pre-seismic MHz EM emission is thought to be due to the fracture of the highly heterogeneous  ...  system that surrounds the family of large high-strength entities distributed along the fault sustaining the system, while the kHz EM radiation is due to the fracture of the aforementioned large high-strength  ...  The activation of a single fault as a "magnified self-affine image" of the laboratory seismicity Rabinovitch et al. [77] have studied the fractal nature of EM radiation induced in rock fracture.  ... 
doi:10.5772/28069 fatcat:ypy256icibe67kggxuehnu7r64

Review of geological and seismotectonic investigations related to 1998 Mw5.6 and 2004 Mw5.2 earthquakes in Krn Mountains

Andrej Gosar
2019 Geologija  
This was the first case in Slovenia that a strong earthquake was undoubtedly related to a particular fault.  ...  Airborne laser scanning (LiDAR) of Idrija and Ravne faults, which resulted in high resolution bare earth digital elevation model, was in 2005 for the first time used to study surface expression of an active  ...  Acknowledgments This study is partly realized with the support of the research program P1-0011 financed by Slovenian Research Agency.  ... 
doi:10.5474/geologija.2019.002 fatcat:byfem3sg6jb4ngdgfwblmlef74

Temporal evolution of a seismic sequence induced by a gas injection in the Eastern coast of Spain

S. Ruiz-Barajas, N. Sharma, V. Convertito, A. Zollo, B. Benito
2017 Scientific Reports  
The larger magnitude events (up to 4.2) took place some days after the end of the injection, with EMS intensities in coastal towns up to degree III.  ...  The target reservoir is contained within a fault-limited, horst structure with an average depth of more than 1700 m below the mean sea level. The main fault of this structure is the Amposta fault.  ...  This work was supported by a Post-Doctoral Fellowship to N.S. at the University of Naples, Federico II (Italy) as well as, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte (Spain), and was partly supported by  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-02773-2 pmid:28588269 pmcid:PMC5460170 fatcat:3xivb4spkzcrpfourk67ybboxi

Microarchitecture-aware Fault Models: Experimental Evidence and Cross-Layer Inference Methodology

Ihab Alshaer, Brice Colombier, Christophe Deleuze, Vincent Beroulle, Paolo Maistri
2021 2021 16th International Conference on Design & Technology of Integrated Systems in Nanoscale Era (DTIS)  
From there, we propose a complete approach for fault analysis to build proper fault models at different system levels, which will help in designing suitable countermeasures at reasonable cost.  ...  However, inferring fault models using only limited observations of faulty microprocessors is difficult.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work has been supported by the LabEx PERSYVAL-Lab (ANR-11-LABX-0025-01) and the French National Research Agency in the framework of the "Investissements d'avenir" program (ANR-15-IDEX  ... 
doi:10.1109/dtis53253.2021.9505074 fatcat:uofjma5p4ffydaznwbjwqo73hq

Laboratory study of electromagnetic initiation of slip

V. Chikhladze, Z. Tchelidze, M. Devidze, N. NoVaramashvili, T. Chelidze, T. Matcharashvili
2002 Annals of Geophysics  
EM-pulse induces sliding of a sample of rock (granite,basalt,labradorite)placed on the supporting sample which is inclined at the slope close to,but less than,the critical angle with a probability 0.07  ...  the mechanical instability of a system that is close to critical state by a series of electromagnetic pulses.The mechanical system consisted of two pieces of rock;the upper piece can slip on the fixed  ...  The weakening of faults under EM impact can also be connected with interaction of pore fluid and mineral backbone, namely: a) Application of EM pulse can drive pore fluid into the «dry» cracks.  ... 
doi:10.4401/ag-3532 doaj:0b28338db33546f39f5c95104af2c4aa fatcat:vadi4ypvrzanlfqdzvj2bazz4q
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