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Rock mass is a heterogeneous material included joints, fractures and faults. Faults are the most important discontinuous fractures in the earth's crust in which the two sides of the fracture have moved relative to each other.
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This volume presents the first comprehensive report on the state of the field, with an interdisciplinary viewpoint, case studies of fracture sites, illustrations, conclusions, and research recommendations.
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Probing complex geophysical geometries with chattering dust
Rock fractures and fluid flow: contemporary understanding and applications / Committee on Fracture Characterization and Fluid Flow [et al.]. p. cm. Includes.
Fractures, fluid flow and mineralization: an introduction
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Metrics details. When water is injected into a fracture-dominated reservoir that is cooler or hotter than the injected water, the reservoir permeability is expected to be altered by the injection-induced thermo-mechanical effects, resulting in the redistribution of fluid flow in the reservoir. These effects are important to be taken into account when evaluating the performance and lifetime particularly of Enhanced Geothermal Systems EGS.
The modern energy economy and environmental infrastructure rely on the flow of fluids through fractures in rock. Yet this flow cannot be imaged directly because rocks are opaque to most probes. Here we apply chattering dust, or chemically reactive grains of sucrose containing pockets of pressurized carbon dioxide, to study rock fractures.
Analysis of rock fracture deformation by normal stress is important for quantifying hydromechanical properties of fractured rocks that are related to a large number of geophysical problems and geoengineering applications. Experimental and numerical results for the closure of crystalline rock fractures subject to normal stress are presented in this study. Using the validated elastic—plastic model, we investigate the correlation between fracture-specific stiffness and multi-scale surface roughness.
How do flow and transport occur in fracture systems? Rock Fractures and Fluid Flow: Contemporary Understanding and Applications.
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Hossain, M. Conventional, cross-linked gel, hydraulic fracture treatments face several challenges in naturally fractured, tight gas, hard rock environments. These challenges include the potential for fracture complexity, pre-mature screen-out caused by pressure dependent leak-off and the likelihood of severe gel induced formation damage. To alleviate these potential problems and to economically develop these challenging environments, a new stimulation technology, which has been proven to be successful for Hot Dry Rock HDR reservoirs, has been investigated in this paper in the context of tight gas reservoir stimulation. The paper first presents a 3D model in which naturally fractured, tight gas reservoirs can be simulated by integrating available log and core data. Simulated natural fractures are then treated considering a novel fracture propagation and shear dilation concept.