Typically, the driver who hit the middle car will still be at fault, inless it's determined by a police accident report that you were following or parked too closely to the front vehicle. * A process referred to as the chain of causation determines who is at fault in a vehicle accident. In the case cited the driver of the car that created the collision would be responsible for all damages. Any traffic citations given to other driver's involved would have no bearing on the issue of fault.
the force that creates a reverse fault is compresion
When there is an earthquake, it often "josltes" a fault line on the ocean floor. The force caused by the movement between the fault line and the ocean floor causes a significant amount of force to rise to the surface. This force causes the large waves in every direction. The wave effect is similar to when a rock is dropped in the water; rings circle around it. That is why the earthquake in Japan not only caused the huge tsunami in Japan but also waves on the coast of California and Hawaii.
Tension, a pulling force that causes the plates to move apart, can create a normal fault. The rocks above a normal fault move downward as the plates below the fault move upward.
The force that produces a strike slip fault is a shearing force.
A normal fault.
A strike-slip fault
the force is compression
Compression - the process is the other way round, with the force creating the fault.
'..... is measured on the Richter scale.'Transform Fault Boundaries.the plate of the earth pushes oppositedirections and that causes the earth to shake
Transform or Strike Slip Fault
Tensional force and compressional force.
The stress that causes strike-slip faults is produced by a shearing force and so is called shear stress.
the force that causes it is construction force to turn
a compression force would cause a normal fault. i rember by the name compress "press" together
Friction This movement is also known as Transform plat boundary Movement
Work occurs when a force causes an object to move in the direction of the force.
A force that causes an object to move is a kinetic force.