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Volume 15 Issue 2
Jun.  2004
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Pressure State in Deep Crust and Formation Depth of UHP Metamorphic Rocks

  • Received Date: 2018-07-16
  • Rev Recd Date: 2018-07-16
  • Publish Date: 2018-07-16
  • This paper presents some questions to the formula of pressure=depth × specific gravity from the viewpoint that the hydrostatic pressure is equal to the gravity of overlying rocks and the rocks in a static fluid state, which is drawn from the research and analysis of the research field and the corresponding problems of the pressure state in the deep crust and the formation depth of the UHP metamorphic rocks. In this research, the underground rocks are considered as the solid possessing some rheological behaviors to discuss the polysource stress state and to obtain a more reasonable method for the calculation of depths using the model of the unbalanced force solid. It is suggested from this paper that the P/SW method for the calculation of the ultrahigh pressure stemming only from the gravity has obviously overstated the formation depth of the UHP metamorphism. The formation model emphasizing the effect of the gravity, the tectonic force and the metamorphic force of the facies change concludes that such UHP minerals as coesite may have been produced in the inner crust.
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Pressure State in Deep Crust and Formation Depth of UHP Metamorphic Rocks

Abstract: This paper presents some questions to the formula of pressure=depth × specific gravity from the viewpoint that the hydrostatic pressure is equal to the gravity of overlying rocks and the rocks in a static fluid state, which is drawn from the research and analysis of the research field and the corresponding problems of the pressure state in the deep crust and the formation depth of the UHP metamorphic rocks. In this research, the underground rocks are considered as the solid possessing some rheological behaviors to discuss the polysource stress state and to obtain a more reasonable method for the calculation of depths using the model of the unbalanced force solid. It is suggested from this paper that the P/SW method for the calculation of the ultrahigh pressure stemming only from the gravity has obviously overstated the formation depth of the UHP metamorphism. The formation model emphasizing the effect of the gravity, the tectonic force and the metamorphic force of the facies change concludes that such UHP minerals as coesite may have been produced in the inner crust.

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