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8). Another consumer of relatively large amounts of natural building stone is the gravestone sector, which processes about 15% of world production. The gravestone industry prefers semi-finished products in the form of small blocks that can be further processed for individual purposes. In the fields of urban development and craftwork, natural building stones essentially fulfill a functional and/or decorative aspect or add to conservation measures within the framework of protection and preservation of the cultural heritage.

2002a) 40 S. Siegesmund and Á. Török is projected in a stereo net (lower hemisphere), a pole point is generated on the projection plane, which shows its true orientation. The interpretation of the LPO data is usually done with respect to the sample coordinate system, which is defined by the macroscopic fabric elements such as bedding, schistosity, foliation and lineation. In this case the XY-plane corresponds to the foliation (metamorphic layering) and the Z-direction is the foliation pole. 22 shows a schematic representation of a grain mosaic.

24) can be differentiated: (1) the bedding 42 S. Siegesmund and Á. Török Fig. 23 Fabric anisotropies in granite: (a) Pole diagram of the joints in a quarry and (b) the microcrack orientation in the Waldstein Granite; (c) Healed cracks in quartz defined by fluid inclusions. In areas where younger cracks penetrate the healed ones the fluid inclusions are empty (dark bubble in the middle of the image); (d) Healed microcrack swarm with the same orientation; (e) Orthogonal crack pattern, where the older generation (long diagonal cracks) can be differentiated from the younger generation (short cracks perpendicular to the older ones); (f) Opened microcracks in quartz (Qtz) grains which migrate into the feldspar (Fsp) grains (intergranular-transgranular cracks).

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