1. Guess the Length of super cycle (time interval between the two successive M-9 earthquakes) assuming that the earthquake fully releases the stress associated with the Pacific plate subduction.
From the New model explaining the coexistence of frequent M-8 and infrequent M9 earthquakes we find that, to complete one Super cycle it requires approximately 571 years because from the past record we know that, in 869 BC, 1611BC? and in 2011 BC there are three successive large earthquake occurred and completing three super cycles by releasing all strain of strong coupling.
According to this new model, when pacific plate subducts beneath the North American continental plate all strain is not released by small asperities but accumulated for a long time. Then by releasing entire strain a large infrequent earthquake (M9) is occurred and complete a super cycle.
So, from the new model;
From the above conclusion we can guess the length of super cycle is 571 years.
2. Guess the amount of coseismic slip associated with usual M-8 earthquake, assuming that seismic coupling coefficient is 0.8 and recurrence time interval is 100 years.
We know, coupling coefficient , x=D/vT0
Therefore D=640 cm=64 meter (ans).
X= coupling coefficient= 0.8=80%
V=motion of plate =8 cm/year
T0=Recurrence interval=100 years
So, we can guess the amount of coseismic slip (D) is 64 m.