4 edition of In situ geomechanics of crystalline and sedimentary rocks. found in the catalog.
In situ geomechanics of crystalline and sedimentary rocks.
Henri S. Swolfs
by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in Denver, Colo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 9)
|Other titles||Anisotropic characterization of Pierre Shale|
|Statement||by Henri S. Swolfs and Thomas C. Nichols, Jr|
|Series||Open-file report -- 87-417, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-417|
|Contributions||Nichols, Thomas C, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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In Situ Geomechanics of Crystalline and Sedimentary Rocks, Part IX: Prediction of Fault Slip in a Brittle Crust Under Multiaxial Loading Conditions: U [Amadei, Bernard, Savage, W.
Z., Swolfs, H. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In Situ Geomechanics of Crystalline and Sedimentary Rocks, Part IX: Prediction of Fault Slip in a Brittle Crust Under Multiaxial Authors: H. Swolfs, Bernard Amadei, W. Savage. In situ geomechanics crystalline sedimentary rocks: Part IV, An update on two BASIC computer programs determination situ stresses using CSIRO hollow gage: USGS Open-File Report [Swolfs, H.
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Powers, H. Swolfs. Get this from a library. In situ geomechanics of crystalline and sedimentary rocks: part V, RVT--a FORTRAN program for an exact elastic solution for tectonic and gravity stresses in isolated symmetric ridges and valleys.
[William Z Savage; Philip S Powers; Henri S Swolfs]. Get this from a library. In situ geomechanics of crystalline and sedimentary rocks. [Thomas C Nichols; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Professor Zoback's book will be a valued guide and reference to geoscientists and engineers.' Source: International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 'A major advantage of the book is that it provides an excellent crossover between aspects of structural geology and reservoir engineering - a link that is all too often overlooked.
In crystalline rock crack initiation, coalescence, and propagation depend on the micro-structural characteristics of the rock e.g. grain size, mineral content, pre-existing cracks etc.
This paper is the first of two that review recent research involving in situ stresses in sedimentary rocks and the geological and petroleum engineering applications of these data. Table 4–8 Particle-size descriptors for sedimentary and pyroclastic 4–8 rocks Table 4–9 Permeability of rock 4–10 Table 4–10 Discontinuity types 4–13 Table 4–11 Descriptors for shape of lithosome 4–13 Table 4–12 Summary of the influences of fracture attributes on 4–19 erodibility of a rock mass Part National Engineering.
In situ geomechanics of crystalline and sedimentary rocks / by Henri S. Swolfs and Philip S. Powers Swolfs, Henri S [ Article, Government publication, Microform: ]. Sedimentary rocks, which could contain petroleum accumulations, are present in two areas of Malawi: (1) beneath the northern part of Lake Malawi and (2) in the Lower Shire Valley.
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A concept is proposed to describe the rock degradation characteristics from the results of slake durability test cycles. A new classification system is Cited by: Abstract. Boreholes are commonly drilled into crystalline rocks to evaluate their suitability for various applications such as waste disposal (including nuclea.
Zoback conducts research on in situ stress, fault mechanics, and reservoir geomechanics. He is the author/co-author of over technical papers, holder of five patents and author of two books. Reservoir Geomechanics, published by Cambridge University.
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Drilling-induced wellbore failures provide critical constraints on the in-situ state of stress. Knowledge of the relationship between natural fractur.
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