Concept information
Terme préférentiel
Strike angle
Type

Property
Définition
 Strike is a representation of the orientation of a tilted feature. The strike line of a bed, fault, or other planar feature, is a line representing the intersection of that feature with a horizontal plane. The strike of the feature is the azimuth (compass direction) of the strike line. This can be represented by either a quadrant compass bearing (such as N25°E), or as a single threedigit number in terms of the angle from true north (for example, N25°E would simply become 025 or 025°). A feature's orientation can also be represented by its dip direction. Rather than the azimuth of a horizontal line on the plane, the azimuth of the steepest line on the plane is used. The direction of dip can be visualized as the direction water would flow if poured onto a plane.
Concept générique
URI
https://w3id.org/ozcartheia/c_1e8e28cd
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