ROck Physics Toolbox  1.0
A microgeodynamics-based toolkit for rock physics.
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Data Types List
Here are the data types with brief descriptions:
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oCmicrogeodynamicsThis module contains a number of mineral and rock physics utility routines. There are a number of derived types defined also. fit contains the data for polynomial fitting parameters. It is used by functions to convert temperature into Vs, Vp, and density. Type melt contains parameters for use in EOS for melt. Composition contains information on the bulk composition of the reference mantle and the potential temperature. Type mantle contains the information from from mineral physics on the physical properties of the reference mantle for a given value of the variable composition. Finally, unit cell contains the information on the seismic signature of the reference mantle (subscript sol), the observed seismic signature (subscript obs), and the effective values (subscript eff). If the difference between reference and observed values can be explained by melting, then the melt fraction and melt fraction dependent contiguity are calculated. Temperature is the potential (not actual) temperature for the unit cell. For example, it can be calculated from the depression/uplift of the transition zone boundaries in later modules. See the description of each function within the function body. Created by Saswata Hier-Majumder, August, 2012. !<
\CregionalThis module contains data types and functions applicable to the region of interest. Each location in the region is assigned a unit cell, which contains the physical properties. The parameters for the equation of state of the melt phase are stored in the derived type MAGMA. It is assumed that only one kind of melt exists in the region. Three dimensional location of each point in the region are stored in the array LOC. Typically this data is stored as lat,lon, depth (km). The variable composition is also regional, it contains the basalt fraction of the bulk ocmposition and the average potential temperature of the region. Created by Saswata Hier-Majumder August, 2012.!<