Last edited by Nik
Friday, May 1, 2020 | History

2 edition of In-situ strees project, technical report number 6 found in the catalog.

In-situ strees project, technical report number 6

In-situ strees project, technical report number 6

results of hydraulic fracturing stress measurements at Jianchuan, western Yunnan Province, China

by

  • 380 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Menlo Park, CA], [Denver, Colo. : Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydraulic fracturing.,
  • Rock mechanics -- China -- Yunnan Sheng.,
  • Strains and stresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Haimson, B.C. ... [et al.].
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-477
    ContributionsHaimson, Bezalel C., China. Guo jia di zhen ju., University of Wisconsin--Madison., Stanford University.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination60 leaves
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17109790M

    American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "Representative ground parameters for structural analysis of tunnels: v in situ testing techniques".   Technical report. Each technical report should incorporate the majority of the applicable nine elements described below. These elements are designed to help the author, future reader, and educator who use simulation to understand the context (such as the learner and environment), the required resources, scenario logic, learning objectives, and anticipated outcomes of Cited by: 2. Based on site investigation, a longitudinal section was prepared that details the major rock units and topography along the tunnel length (Fig. 2a).The alignment was subsequently divided into 14 sections in Vlachopoulos et al. () on the basis of geology, rock mass quality and in situ stress conditions. Of specific interest to this analysis is the area identified as Section 4 along the Cited by: 2. NSealR—A User’s Guide, Third-Generation Ernest N. Lindner U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, AECOM, Collins Ferry Road, Morgantown, WV NRAP-TRS-III Level III Technical Report Series 15 May

    The data used in this work were obtained in the framework of the EC project NF-PRO (Contract number FI6W-CT) under the coordination of ENRESA (Empresa Nacional de Residuos Radiactivos). G.W. LanyonMeasurement of in situ stress in weak rocks at Mont Terri Rock Laboratory, Mont Terri Project: Technical Report ; Cited by:


Share this book
You might also like
church and its people through 900 years

church and its people through 900 years

four Ps of the marketing concept

four Ps of the marketing concept

Not just New Mexicos senator

Not just New Mexicos senator

Fifty years of English studies in Spain (1952-2002)

Fifty years of English studies in Spain (1952-2002)

Notes for the sheep clinician

Notes for the sheep clinician

Kānsamrūat kānplīanplǣng thāng kānkasēt, Phō̜. Sō̜. 2526, Čhangwat ʻUttaradit

Kānsamrūat kānplīanplǣng thāng kānkasēt, Phō̜. Sō̜. 2526, Čhangwat ʻUttaradit

Homeopathy: Traditional Art and Bioelectronic Science (Five Phase Energetics Ser. : No. 3)

Homeopathy: Traditional Art and Bioelectronic Science (Five Phase Energetics Ser. : No. 3)

Annual report and review of events in 1974.

Annual report and review of events in 1974.

A quench-coale. Or A briefe disquisition and inquirie, in vvhat place of the church or chancell the Lords-table ought to be situated, especially vvhen the Sacrament is administered?

A quench-coale. Or A briefe disquisition and inquirie, in vvhat place of the church or chancell the Lords-table ought to be situated, especially vvhen the Sacrament is administered?

Vancouvers first century

Vancouvers first century

To view from here

To view from here

Diatom

Diatom

Programme for peace

Programme for peace

In-situ strees project, technical report number 6 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 6: results of hydraulic fracturing stress measurements at Jianchuan, western Yunnan Province, China.

[Bezalel C Haimson; China. Guo jia di zhen ju.; University of Wisconsin--Madison.; Stanford University.;]. In-Situ Stress Project, Technical Report Number 1: Televiewer Data Report for the Test Interval FT, Cajon Pass Well, California: Usgs Open-F [M.

Ader, J. Springer] on In-situ strees project shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S. : J. Springer. In-situ strees project, technical report number 6 [microform]: results of hydraulic fracturing stress m Hydraulic fracture treatment design / course leader, Steve Holditch; Feasibility of hydraulic fracturing of soil to improve remedial actions [microform]: project summary / The Fracking Facts.

Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 2: televiewer data report for the test interval ft, Cajon Pass Well, California. [J. Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report no. 1: televiewer data report for the test interval ft, Cajon Pass well, California.

[Mark J Ader; J E Springer]. Get this from a library. In-situ stress project technical report number 7: the use of mechanical pressure and temperature gauges in hydraulic fracturing at the Cajon Pass well, California.

[Brennan J O'Neill; Mark J Ader; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Technical Report No. 6 Technical Report No. 6 Page: 3 - provinces in Kalimantan and one province in Sumatra were included to reflect sources of wood material feeding the mills considering the fact that shortage in raw material supply is the most important limiting factor to.

Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 4: summary of the geologic setting and televiewer logs from the Yongping test well, Yunnan Province, China.

[J E Springer; Qingshan Zhai; J F Svitek; China. Guo jia di zhen ju.; University of Wisconsin--Madison.; Stanford University.]. Technical Report Number One – Page 3 of 6 Fig.

2 Idealized section of under flow channel bounded by impermeable formation and setup of hypothetical well system used for solution of flow problems under this condition. The case of two impermeable boundaries, although somewhat more complex, can be solved in a very similar manner.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING: Site Investigation Report. the purpose of this project two types of in-situ testing techniques were considered to SmokeFree Sports Final Project Report. In-Situ Stress Project, Technical Report Number 6: This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for In-Situ Stress Measurement Project, a series of deep hydraulic fracturing stress measurements were performed in Yunnan Province, China.

The measurements wereAuthor: B.C. Haimson, J.E. Springer, M.Y. Lee, M.D. Zoback, Li Fangquan, Zhai Qingshan, Liang Haiqing. In-Situ Stress Project, Technical Report Number 9: Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracturing Data from Yongping, Western Yunnan, China by The joint Sino-U.S.

in-situ stress program was undertaken in Faults keyed by number on the map are: (1) Red River fault, (2) Madeng fault, (3) Lancang River fault, (4) Chenghai-Binchuan Author: J.E. Springer, Zhai Qingshan, B.C. Haimson, M.D. Zoback, M.Y. Lee, Li Fangquan. In-Situ Stress Project, Technical Report Number 5: Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracturing Data from Xiaguan, western Yunnan, China by 1,2 1 3 The joint Sino-U.S.

in-situ stress program was undertaken in an effort to understand the tectonic stress field in aAuthor: Mark D. Zoback, J.E. Springer, Xiaguan Technical report number 6 book, B.C. Haimson, M.Y. Lee, Li Fangquan. Well Bore Breakouts and in Situ Stress Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A technical report should contain details about what the project is about, what it is for, why it is being built, and for what purposes it can be used. Background studies and similar cases should.

brief definition of the stress terms used in this report is given. Term Symbol Definition/Comment in-situ stress state - Undisturbed natural stress state; also called virgin stress state.

In particular the in situ stress is the sum of all natural stress contributions and natural processes that influence rock stress state at a given point. CRC CARE Technical Report Winery wastewater irrigation - effects of potassium and sodium on soil structure Generation of wastewater is an inevitable component of the wine production process.

Typically this wastewater has a high salt concentration, due mainly to. According to a recent report by the Ministry for Environment, Agriculture, Conservation, and Consumer Protection of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, the catchment area of the River Wurm is dominated by agriculture (%) and settlements or industry (%), while only a small fraction is covered by grassland (%) and forests (%).Cited by: 1.

[Show full abstract] water depth over the soil surface during in-situ burning was a key factor controlling marsh plant recovery. Both the and 2-cm water depths were sufficient to protect marsh.

Final Technical Report FormatThe ability to write a clear and accurate technical report is essential for success in atechnical career. The following is a prett Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

In-Situ Stress Project Technical Report Number 7: The Use of Mechanical Pressure and Temperature Gauges in Hydraulic Fracturing at the Cajon Pass Well, California.

By Brennan J. O'Neill and Mark J. Ader U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report This report is Cited by: 1. 7. A header identifying the lab report immediately precedes the page number on all pages: ME Lab Report 0. Leave five spaces between this header and the page number. Tense and Voice 1.

Write in the passive voice: "Strain gages were used with a Wheatstone bridge to determine the bending stress in the cantilever beam." 2. obtain in-situ data during irradiation test, it is necessary to confirm stain gauges’ degradation or drift induced by neutron radiation and to establish a re-calibration process of them.

Figure retrieval, analysis, treatment, and in situ placement, 2) sorption isotherm and desorption kinetic profile measurement, 3) PAH and CM analysis of in situ cores, and 4) toxicity analysis of in situ cores.

All cores will be taken from Lake in the Hills in the Village of Lake in the Hills, a suburb of Chicago, Ill.

Report Number(s): SANDC DOE Contract Number: In-Situ Stress Measurement at meters depth at the kISMET test the Permeability (k) and Induced Seismicity Management for Energy Technologies (kISMET) project.

The objectives of the project are to define the in situ status of stress in the Sanford Underground Research. This report has been produced to accompany R&D Technical Report P/TR2 and should be used guidance on the stability of landfill lining systems, and this is presented as Report No.

2 (ref: Horizontal In Situ Stress Summary of Key Issues 9. SUB-GRADE STABILITY File Size: 6MB. In situ horizontal pressure coefficient, K 0 In situ vertical stress, s v (MPa) (at m below grade) Unit Weight of Rock (MN/m3) Table Rock Stress.

Highway Engineering Report. Project Number: March MYA: Maubin-Phyapon Road Rehabilitation Project 6. The structural elements of the project will include the possible widening of simple 2 this technical assistance’s scope, to be % per annum.

The designs were based on past soils studies and a short program of File Size: 1MB. characterization of in-situ stress and permeability in fractured reservoirs Technical Report Burns, Daniel R ; Toksoz, M Nafi A 3-D elastic wave propagation finite difference model, including effects of attenuation, has been implemented and compared with other existing modeling codes for validation.

USING IN-SITU VITRIFICATION-PHASE III: FINAL REPORT By Edgar A. O'Hair, P.W. Jayawickrama, James C. Dickens & M. Shabbir Hossain Research Report Number Research Project Research Project Title: Subgrade Repair and Stabilization Using In-Situ Vitrification Conducted for Texas Department of Transportation By the.

Several researches have been carried out on the design and fabrication of presses. [2] designed, constructed and tested a ton hydraulic press using locally sourced materials. The principal. This report summarizes the hydraulic fracturing stress determinations that have been conducted during the period through by the Basalt Waste Isolation Project.

These tests have been conducted in boreholes DC, RRL-2, RRL-6, and DC-4 to estimate the state of stress in and about the candidate repository horizons within the Hanford Site.

IN-SITU VITRIFICATION by P.W. Jayawickrama, Edgar A. O'Hair James C. Dickens and Shome S. Dey Research Report Number Project Number Project Title: Stabilization of Soils Using In-Situ Vitrification conducted for Texas Department of Transportation by the CENTER FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN TRANSPORTATION.

TECHNICAL REPORT STANDARD TITLE PAGE 1. Report No. Government Accession No. Recipient's Catalog No. FHWA/IN/JTRP/17 4. Title and Subtitle EVALUATION OF IN-SITU STIFFNESS OF SUBGRADE BY RESILIENT AND FWD MODULUS 5. Report Date May 6. Performing Organization Code 7.

Author(s) Daehyeon Kim, Yigong Ji, and Nayyar Zia Siddiki by: 2. As part of a study relating fractured rock hydrology to in-situ stress and recent deformation within the Dixie Valley Geothermal Field, borehole televiewer logging and hydraulic fracturing stress measurements were conducted in a km-deep geothermal production well (73B-7) drilled into the.

Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. FHWA/TX/ 2. Government Accession No. Recipient’s Catalog No. Title and Subtitle Pilot Implementation of Optimized Aggregate Gradation for Concrete Paving 5.

Report Date March ; Rev. September 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) Dong-Ho Kim and Moon Won by: 3. Standard test method for deep quasi-static, cone and friction-cone penetration tests of soil Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Section 4, Construction Vol.Soil and Rock J.

Mitchell, and W. Gardner In situ measurement of volume change characteristics State-of-the-Art Report, Proceedings of the Conference on In-Situ. CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION, AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING O R E G O N S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y College of Engineering “Development of an In Situ Stress Gage for Soils,” Report to Federal Highway Administration (DOT-FH), July Forest Service General Technical Report PNW, January “Pile Driving Studies, Terminal 2.

A 50 ksi ( MPa) stress range for fatigue testing (FT) results in fatigue-induced reinforcing bar rupture at a very low number of cycles.

A more reasonable stress range of 20 ksi ( MPa) is suggested for this type of splice. There was no noticeable degradation of the in situ splice behavior following fatigue conditioning.

TECHNICAL Summary Technology Transfer and Project Implementation Information TRB Subject Code Soil Foundation Subgrades February Publication No.: FHWA/IN/JTRP/30, SPR Final Report Dynamic Cone Penetration Test (DCPT) for Subgrade Assessment Introduction In-situ penetration tests have been widely used inCited by:.

In-situ stress measurements (i.e. over-coring, hydraulic fracturing, and borehole slotter), Young geologic data (i.e.

fault-slip analysis and volcanic vent alignments). Another classification of indicators of the contemporary stress field is presented in Fig. 2. Figure. 2. Technical classification of the different stress indicator (Heidbach O.Concrete Technology for Cast In-situ Foundations (CIRIA Report) Neil A.

Henderson, N J R Baldwin L D McKibbins D S Winsor H B Shanghavi Concrete technology for cast in-situ foundations focuses on the concrete technology issues relating to common buried foundation types including piles, diaphragm walls and pad, strip and raft [email protected]{osti_, title = {Enhanced gas recovery program.

Fourth annual report, October September }, author = {Northrop, D A and Schuster, C L}, abstractNote = {Massive hydraulic fracture diagnostic experiments continued in FY 79 with the major activity being focused on the development of wireline tool instrumentation.

Nevada Test Site substantiate field data obtained in two Author: D A Northrop, C L Schuster.