The ideas devoted to the project of developing new sensors and new vibrators are created in this chapter and are important for the project to reduce the magnitude of an imminent catastrophic earthquake. A physical and mathematical model of a mercury earthquake precursor sensor prototype is suggested, and the signal obtained by the old sensor is measured. Examination of a current version of a sensor provides an understanding of physical processes and reveals the fundamental value of the new sensor. Tens of hours before the earthquake, which is needed for the project to minimise the severity of an imminent catastrophic earthquake, this sensor helps to determine the epicentre of a potential short-focus earthquake. To define the physical mechanism for reducing the severity of an imminent catastrophic earthquake, an approach is formulated. The need for new vibrators is formulated with a view to reducing the severity of an imminent catastrophic earthquake. The chapter details a vibrator patent that is based on a new physical theory.
Author (s) Details
M. G. Noppe
Department of Applied and Theoretical Physics, NSTU, Israel (Retired).
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