Rock Damage and Fluid Transport, Part II

von: Arno Zang, Ove Stephansson, G. Dresen

Birkhäuser Basel, 2007

ISBN: 9783764381240 , 2258 Seiten

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Rock Damage and Fluid Transport, Part II


 

Contents

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Rock Damage and Fluid Transport, Part II

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Short-Timescale Chemo-Mechanical Effects and their Influence on the Transport Properties of Fractured Rock

8

Permeability Evolution During Non-linear Viscous Creep of Calcite Rocks

28

Experimental Investigation into the Scale Dependence of Fluid Transport in Heterogeneous Rocks

60

Determination of Porosity and Permeability out of Dispersion Analyses of Borehole Wall Displacements

81

Fluid Pressure Variation in a Sedimentary Geothermal Reservoir in the North German Basin: Case Study Groß Schöebeck

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Characterisation of Tensile Damage in Rock Samples Induced by Different Stress Paths

109

Monitoring Fracture Propagation in a Soft Rock (Neapolitan Tuff) Using Acoustic Emissions and Digital Images

127

Understanding the Seismic Velocity Structure of Campi Flegrei Caldera (Italy): From the Laboratory to the Field Scale

161

Spatial Scaling of Effective Modulus and Correlation of Deformation Near the Critical Point of Fracturing

178

Analysis of Temporal Structures of Seismic Events on Different Scale Levels

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