Dag Kristian Dysthe
Dag Kristian Dysthe
Professor of condensed matter physics, University of Oslo
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The role of pressure solution creep in the ductility of the Earth’s upper crust
JP Gratier, DK Dysthe, F Renard
Advances in geophysics 54, 47-179, 2013
Enhanced pressure solution creep rates induced by clay particles: Experimental evidence in salt aggregates
F Renard, D Dysthe, J Feder, K Bjørlykke, B Jamtveit
Geophysical Research Letters 28 (7), 1295-1298, 2001
Experimental investigation of surface energy and subcritical crack growth in calcite
A Røyne, J Bisschop, DK Dysthe
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B4), 2011
4D imaging of fracturing in organic‐rich shales during heating
M Kobchenko, H Panahi, F Renard, DK Dysthe, A Malthe‐Sørenssen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B12), 2011
Self-diffusion coefficients of methane or ethane mixtures with hydrocarbons at high pressure by NMR
M Helbaek, B Hafskjold, DK Dysthe, GH Sørland
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 41 (3), 598-603, 1996
Fluid transport properties by equilibrium molecular dynamics. III. Evaluation of united atom interaction potential models for pure alkanes
DK Dysthe, AH Fuchs, B Rousseau
The Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (17), 7581-7590, 2000
How travertine veins grow from top to bottom and lift the rocks above them: The effect of crystallization force
JP Gratier, E Frery, P Deschamps, A Røyne, F Renard, D Dysthe, ...
Geology 40 (11), 1015-1018, 2012
A deformation rig for synchrotron microtomography studies of geomaterials under conditions down to 10 km depth in the Earth
F Renard, B Cordonnier, DK Dysthe, E Boller, P Tafforeau, A Rack
Journal of synchrotron radiation 23 (4), 1030-1034, 2016
Coupling between pressure solution creep and diffusive mass transport in porous rocks
E Gundersen, F Renard, DK Dysthe, K Bjørlykke, B Jamtveit
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B11), ECV 19-1-ECV 19-19, 2002
Amoeboid swimming: a generic self-propulsion of cells in fluids by means of membrane deformations
A Farutin, S Rafaï, DK Dysthe, A Duperray, P Peyla, C Misbah
Physical review letters 111 (22), 228102, 2013
Dynamic in situ three-dimensional imaging and digital volume correlation analysis to quantify strain localization and fracture coalescence in sandstone
F Renard, J McBeck, B Cordonnier, X Zheng, N Kandula, JR Sanchez, ...
Pure and Applied Geophysics 176, 1083-1115, 2019
Experimental calcite dissolution under stress: Evolution of grain contact microstructure during pressure solution creep
D Croizé, F Renard, K Bjørlykke, DK Dysthe
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B9), 2010
Universal scaling in transient creep
DK Dysthe, Y Podladchikov, F Renard, J Feder, B Jamtveit
Physical Review Letters 89 (24), 246102, 2002
A 4D synchrotron X-ray-tomography study of the formation of hydrocarbon-migration pathways in heated organic-rich shale
H Panahi, M Kobchenko, F Renard, A Mazzini, J Scheibert, D Dysthe, ...
SPE Journal 18 (02), 366-377, 2013
Role of friction-induced torque in stick-slip motion
J Scheibert, DK Dysthe
Europhysics Letters 92 (5), 54001, 2010
Fluid transport properties by equilibrium molecular dynamics. I. Methodology at extreme fluid states
DK Dysthe, AH Fuchs, B Rousseau
The Journal of chemical physics 110 (8), 4047-4059, 1999
Effect of fluid salinity on subcritical crack propagation in calcite
F Rostom, A Røyne, DK Dysthe, F Renard
Tectonophysics 583, 68-75, 2013
Strength evolution of a reactive frictional interface is controlled by the dynamics of contacts and chemical effects
F Renard, S Beauprêtre, C Voisin, D Zigone, T Candela, DK Dysthe, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 341, 20-34, 2012
High-resolution measurements of pressure solution creep
DK Dysthe, F Renard, J Feder, B Jamtveit, P Meakin, T Jøssang
Physical Review E 68 (1), 011603, 2003
Fluid transport properties by equilibrium molecular dynamics. II. Multicomponent systems
DK Dysthe, AH Fuchs, B Rousseau, M Durandeau
The Journal of chemical physics 110 (8), 4060-4067, 1999
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