T-TECTO Studio X5 (freeware for structural geologists)

Quantectum provides T-TECTO Studio X5 (freeware for structural geologists), which is the world’s most advanced software for stress-strain analysis of fault-slip data. T-TECTO Studio X5 computer program enables classical and micropolar (Cosserat) analysis of heterogeneous and homogeneous fault-slip data using several different numerical methods.

Read: T-TECTO Studio X5 – Introductory Tutorial.pdf

Download T-TECTO: http://www2.arnes.si/~jzaloh/T-TECTO%20Setup.zip

After receiving the installation file, proceed with the following steps.

  • Right-click with the mouse on the T-TECTO Setup.exe, and Run as administrator.
  • Install the software.
  • Double-click with the mouse on the suggested shortcut and select T-TECTO Studio X5.exe file.
  • Make the shortcut on the desktop (if you want!).
  • Go to the T-TECTO Wizard, enter the required data and press "Register". The software will automatically create the password for your computer. The license will work till 01/01/2022.

T-TECTO Studio X5 Omega Architect LITE

Omega Architect (LITE) is a major upgrade of the T-TECTO Studio X5. You can only get this software when you purchase the PROFESSIONAL version of the Quantectum Earthquake Forecasting System (QEFS). Quantectum AG will then organize the special department for your region (e.g., Quantectum California, Quantectum Japan, etc.) where our scientists will monitor the chosen fault-segments, faults, and fault zones in your region with you and provide you the full-time support.

The Omega Architect is a tool to analyze earthquake sequences. Its main functions are the following:

  • extraction of all Omega-sequences in the region,
  • analysis of individual Omega-sequences in the region,
  • analysis of T-synchronizations,
  • ensemble forecasting of T-synchronizations,
  • T-synchronization tuning,
  • synchronized subsystems analysis,
  • local Interaction potential (PL) analysis.

With the Omega Architect LITE you will be able to monitor any fault-segment, fault, or fault zone on Earth and determine its instability (the local interaction potential, Pl) due to the T-synchronizations.