# File list

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10:05, 26 February 2017 | 123 notation.png (file) | 45 KB | Figure 2: The moment tensor, where the collinear moments, the elements in the diagonal, are written using generalized indices. The indices are the numbers 1,2 and 3. | 2 | |

09:51, 26 February 2017 | Moment tensor xy.png (file) | 51 KB | Figure 1: The moment tensor, where the Cartesian coordinate axes correspond to the principal stresses. | 1 | |

09:42, 26 February 2017 | Moment tensor matrix.png (file) | 37 KB | Figure 1: The moment tensor, where the principle stresses correspond to the Cartesian coordinate axes. | 1 | |

21:26, 25 February 2017 | 3D radiation patterns.png (file) | 101 KB | Figure 6: Three dimensional radiation patterns for P and S waves. Note that they start off as a double couple, and become increasingly deviatoric as the green vector becomes more vertically oriented. | 2 | |

20:38, 25 February 2017 | 2D radiation patterns.jpeg (file) | 50 KB | Figure 5: Two dimensional P and S wave radiation patterns for a double couple. The red arrows show the total shear. | 1 | |

20:35, 25 February 2017 | How the couples generate radiation patterns.png (file) | 64 KB | Figure 4: The P wave radiation pattern for a double couple in the yz plane. | 2 | |

20:31, 25 February 2017 | Moment matrices and equations.jpeg (file) | 111 KB | Figure 3: Additional focal mechanisms and their accompanying moment tensors. | 1 | |

20:27, 25 February 2017 | Some focal mechanisms.png (file) | 151 KB | Figure 2: Some focal mechanisms, accompanied by a coordinate system, an illustrated description of the event that would generate the mechanism, and a colour graded version of each of the mechanisms. | 1 | |

20:18, 25 February 2017 | Moment Tensor Symmetry.png (file) | 121 KB | 1 | ||

20:13, 25 February 2017 | Moment tensor Symmetry.png (file) | 121 KB | This image shows the two couples for motion in the yz plane. They are equal in magnitude, but act in different directions. | 1 |