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In-situ strees project, technical report number 6
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
|Statement||by Haimson, B.C. ... [et al.]|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-477|
|Contributions||Haimson, Bezalel C, China. Guo jia di zhen ju, University of Wisconsin--Madison, Stanford University|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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 .
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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.)].
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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 Qingshan, 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'.
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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.
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