3 edition of Numerical modelling and analysis of fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -275) and index.
|Statement||Xing Zhang and David J. Sanderson.|
|Contributions||Sanderson, D. J.|
|LC Classifications||TA706 .Z45 2002, TA706 .Z45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2002024369|
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The reality is that many processes operate together within subsurface systems, and this is particularly true for fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses. The aim of this book is to begin to explore how advances in numerical modelling can be applied to understanding the complex phenomena observed in such systems.
Numerical Modelling and Analysis of Fluid Flow and Deformation of Fractured Rock Masses - Kindle edition by Xing Zhang, D. Sanderson.
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Get this from a library. Numerical modelling and analysis of fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses. [X Zhang; D J Sanderson]. Numerical Modelling and Analysis of Fluid Flow and Deformation of Fractured Rock Masses | Xing Zhang, D. Sanderson | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand Numerical modelling and analysis of fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses book alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch cincinnatiblackhistory.com: Gebundenes Buch.
Get this from a library. Numerical modelling and analysis of fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses. [X Zhang; D J Sanderson] -- Our understanding of the subsurface system of the earth is becoming increasingly more sophisticated both at the level of the behaviour of its components (solid, liquid and gas) as well as their.
Modelling fluid flow in fractured‐porous rock masses by finite‐element techniques Numerical Modelling and Analysis of Fluid Flow and Deformation of Fractured Rock Masses, /B/, (), (). Crossref. CONCLUSIONS This research demonstrates that stress change is an important factor in controlling fluid flow along fractures.
The combination of numerical simulations and analytical solutions is a useful approach for coupled analysis of hydro-mechanical behaviour of fractured cincinnatiblackhistory.com by: Modeling of fluid flow and solid deformation for fractured rocks with discontinuous deformation analysis (DDA) method for analysing fluid flow in fractured rock mass.
deformation analysis. Discontinuous deformation analysis (DDA) is a type of discrete element method (DEM) originally proposed by Shi in DDA is somewhat similar to the finite element method for solving stress-displacement problems, but accounts for the interaction of independent particles (blocks) along discontinuities in fractured and jointed rock masses.
DDA is typically formulated as a work-energy. Request PDF | Numerical Modelling of Stress Effect on Fluid Flow in Fractured Rock-mass Using Krylov Iterative Solution Methods | Connected discontinuities are known as main paths to flow fluids. Shop over 51K titles to help make better decisions, deliver better care, and learn about new discoveries in science, health, and technology.
Free Shipping. Billaux, D., Chiles, J. P., Hestir, K. and Long, J. () “Three-Dimensional Statistical Modeling of a Fractured Rock Mass — An Example for the Fanay-Augeres Mine’, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Science, special issue on Forced Fluid Flow Through Fractured Rock Masses, in press.
Google ScholarCited by: The reality is that many processes operate together within subsurface systems, and this is particularly true for fluid flow and deformation of fractured rock masses. The aim of this book is to begin to explore how advances in numerical modelling can be applied to understanding the complex phenomena observed in such systems.
Although mainly. Scientific understanding of fluid flow in rock fractures--a process underlying contemporary earth science problems from the search for petroleum to the controversy over nuclear waste storage--has grown significantly in the past 20 years.
The state of the art of numerical modeling of thermohydrologic flow in fractured rock masses is reviewed and a comparative study is made of several models which have been developed in nuclear waste isolation, geothermal energy, ground water hydrology, petroleum engineering, and other geologic cincinnatiblackhistory.com by: Numerical modeling of rock deformation: Introduction.
Stefan Schmalholz, ETH Zurich Numerical modeling of rock •Linear stability analysis •Fourier transform •Green’s function •Numerical solution fluid dynamics, elasticity theory, etc.
Numerical modeling of rock deformation: Introduction. fluid flow and rock-mechanical modelling of fractured metre-scale rock samples. The emphasis of the flow modelling (section 3) will be on how differing fracture geometries affect the bulk permeability of the rock sample and how these results might be applicable at the reservoir scale.
For the rock-mechanical modelling (section 4) the. Nov 01, · Numerical study of fluid flow of deforming fractured rocks using dual permeability model Xing Zhang.
Modelling fluid flow in fractured-porous rock masses by finite element techniques, Evaluation of instability in fractured rock masses using numerical analysis methods: the effects of fracture geometry and loading direction Cited by: Fractured rock masses with many fractures will make the hydro-mechanical characteristics more complex.
However, traditional equivalent continuous method just generally reflects the mechanical characteristics for the rocks including large fractures.
In order to simulate the mechanical characteristics of the fractured rock masses under complex geotechnical environment, a new method based on Cited by: 1.
Non-steady, hydro-mechanically coupled fluid flow and pressure within the network of joint segments and the rock matrix are considered. An outline of the code hydro-mechanical formulation is presented and examples are provided to illustrate the code capabilities.
Cited by: Fractures are mechanical breaks in rocks; they originate from strains that arise from stress concentrations around flaws, heterogeneities, and physical cincinnatiblackhistory.com form in response to lithostatic, tectonic, and thermal stresses and high fluid pressures.
They occur. Numerical modelling of 3D fluid flow and oxygen isotope exchange in fractured media: spatial distribution of isotope patterns.
Authors. An understanding of fluid flow, mass transport and isotopic exchange in fractured rock is required to understand the origin of several geological processes including hydrothermal mineral deposits. The. Apr 01, · Read "Modeling of fluid flow and solid deformation for fractured rocks with discontinuous deformation analysis (DDA) method, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Stress‐Fluid Flow Analysis of Fractured Rocks the finite‐element method to solve the nonlinear coupled field equations of an initial boundary value problem for flow in deformable fractured rock masses.
This results in a powerful method for modeling the coupled stress and fluid flow behavior of rocks. Stress and deformation history. Oct 27, ·  A model is developed which couples fully saturated porous compaction to the viscous‐plastic deformation of the skeleton matrix.
The Darcy fluid flow during compaction is described by an advection‐diffusion equation for the excess pressure with two source/sink terms that depend on the mechanical compressibility and viscous compaction of the pore space, the latter representing the Cited by: Scientific investigations of fractures date back to the nineteenth century and have grown rapidly in recent decades.
These investigations include rock observations and structural mapping at micro and macro levels, experimental and analogue works, geometrical and geomechanical analysis, and numerical modelling and simulation.
Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock - CRC Press Book. This book focuses on the implementation and application of new concepts and methods to modelling, analysis, building, performance control and repair of structures of and in jointed rock and rock masses.
It provides a forum for presentation of new research results and discussion for. Oct 25, · Three-Dimensional Numerical Model of Hydraulic Fracturing in Fractured Rock Masses. Fluid-flow model and hydro-mechanical coupling are essential parts of HF Simulator, as a code for simulation of hydraulic fracturing.
The fluid flow occurs through the network of pipes that connect fluid elements, located at the centers of either broken. Flow and transport through and deformation of rough fractures: theoretical and numerical modeling studies.
View/ Open. properties through complementary theoretical analysis and computational experiments. and weak inertial force to improve the prediction of fluid flow process. The validation of the MLCL was tested by comparing.
Science. Numerical Modelling and Analysis of Fluid Flow and Deformation of Fractured Rock Masses. Our understanding of the subsurface system of the earth is becoming increasingly more sophisticated both at the level of the behaviour of its components (solid, liquid and gas Rocks.
Mar 01, · Rock Engineering and Rock Mechanics: Structures in and on Rock Masses will be of interest to rock mechanics academics as well as to professionals who are involved in the various branches of rock engineering.
Table of Contents. Keynote lectures. Shear strength of rock, rock joints and rock masses – Problems and some solutions. Nov 15, · A Double-Porosity Poroelastic Model to Relate P-Wave Attenuation to Fluid Flow in Vuggy Carbonate Rock.
View Section, Thermo-Mechanical Yielding of a Clay Visual Numerical Simulation of Coupled Gas Leak Flow and Coal-Rock Deformation in Parallel Coal Seams Consolidation Settlements above Deep Tunnels in Fractured Crystalline Rock. Taking advantage of the joint-mechanics theory, Bagheri and Settari developed general, rigorous coupling between the fluid-flow equation and deformation of fractured media.
The need for coupled modeling of hydro-mechanical model has been addressed and investigated in various studies whether the analytical and numerical modelling [22,23,24,25].Author: Moli Zhao, Qiangyong Zhang, Shucai Li, Huan Zhao.
Fluid flow through a two-dimensional fracture network has been simulated using a discrete fracture model. The computed field-scale permeabilities were then compared to those obtained using an equivalent continuum approach in which the permeability of each grid block is first obtained by performing fine-scale simulations of flow through the fracture network within that cincinnatiblackhistory.com by: 5.
Flow, Deformation and Fracture Over 40 years of teaching experience are distilled into this text. The guiding principle is the wide use of the concept of intermediate asymptotics, which enables.
Aug 06, · Effects of Stress, Anisotropy and Brittle-to-Ductile Transition on Fracturing and Fluid Flow in Shales. View Section, Geomechanical Characterization of the Upper Carboniferous under Thermal Stress for the Evaluation of a High Temperature-Mine Thermal Energy Storage (HT-MTES) Tunnel Restoration in Unstable Rock Masses: Numerical Analysis.
Apr 19, · The numerical results for Δ = 0·3, 0·5, 1, 2, 10 and are in good agreement with the predictions of the small deformation analysis by Taylor () and Barthès-Biesel & Acrivos () and, at the smaller Δ, with those of slender-body theory (Taylor ; Acrivos & Lo ).Cited by: (Click on link to jump to a specific section; then use back button to return to the top of the page) Journal Articles Worldwide Reviews Books Collection of Doctoral Dissertations Collection of Masters Theses Journal Articles Ray, B.
R., P. Witherspoon, and R. Grim (), A study of the colloidal characteristics of. The inter- action between fluid flow and the deformation in poroelastic fractured media is described in a numerical model.
Deformations of rock caused by loadings or changes of the hydraulic boundary conditions influence the pore water pressure, which superimposes the stresses in the grain cincinnatiblackhistory.com: Britta Rosen, Christoph Konig. Discussing the mechanics mechanism of bolt reinforcement of joint fissure test pieces with the method of Variable angle plate indoor model experiment, analyzing the deformation of bolt control of jointed slope combined with the numerical simulation.
The results show that: the bolt reinforcement can improve not only the integrity of joint fissure rock mass, but also be a very good control of Author: Zhi Qiang Kang, Xue Yan Zhang, Zhong Wei Luo, Xin Yu E.
Numerical modeling of rock deformation: FEM Introduction. Stefan Schmalholz, ETH Zurich. The finite element approximation - 1. We approximate our unknown solution as a sum of known functions, the so-called shape functions, multiplied with unknown coefficients.
The shape functions are one.While there exists a wealth of studies on coupled flow and rock deformation processes [10, 4, 16, 15, 22, 14, 9, 8, 17, 3], neglecting the effects of rock deformation on fluid mobility in permeable porous and fractured rock may introduce large errors, or result in faulty model predictions, when simulating flow in stress-sensitive cincinnatiblackhistory.com: Y.S.
Wu, J. Rutqvist, K. Karasaki, Q. Lei, W. Xiong, J. Yuan, M. Liu, Y. Di.fluid flow features in mudrocks (iii) Information regarding the mechanisms controlling the development of fluid flow features in mudrocks (iv) Information on the history of flow features in mudrocks (v) A numerical model for predicting the occurrence of deformation features in .