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  • ...ort strings fastened to the cable) create small vortices that reduce fluid friction. A pulled cable without fairing alternately tends to shed large vortices ac
    517 bytes (71 words) - 06:56, 18 April 2017
  • ...of injection-induced seismicity using a coupled fluid flow and rate/state friction model''], [[Mark McClure]], [[Roland N. Horne]] ...ttp://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1451597 ''Characterization of fluid transport properties of reservoirs using induced microseismicity''], [[Serg
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  • ...of injection-induced seismicity using a coupled fluid flow and rate/state friction model''] ''Geophysics, 76(6):WC181.</ref>
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  • ...of injection-induced seismicity using a coupled fluid flow and rate/state friction model''] ''Geophysics, 76(6):WC181.</ref>
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  • ...stress-strain relationship and thus seismic response. The effect of [[pore fluid]]s is of particular interest due to its applicability to the [[hydrocarbon] ...All energy associated with deformation is conserved. No energy is lost to friction etc., so velocities do not depend on wave frequency. These assumptions may
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  • ...ort strings fastened to the cable) create small vortices that reduce fluid friction. A pulled cable without fairing alternately tends to shed large vortices ac
    458 bytes (65 words) - 06:57, 18 April 2017
  • ...ring mechanics]] that describes the behavior of [[soil]]s. It differs from fluid mechanics and solid mechanics in the sense that soils consist of a heteroge ...stiffness of soils. The shear strength of soils is primarily derived from friction between the particles and interlocking, which are very sensitive to the eff
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  • ...are always operating at top efficiency. The rotation of the blades creates friction among coils in the turbine the energy created is increased using a series o ...rbines use what is known as vorticity, which is an effect that occurs when fluid meets a solid structure. These bladeless turbines don’t produce as much e
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  • ...amplitudes. This is the energy loss due to anelastic processes or internal friction during wave propagation.<ref name=Shapiro /> This is called intrinsic or an ...ce, an elastic wave's mechanical energy is converted to heat energy due to friction and changes in viscosity. It occurs at interface boundaries such as water,
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  • ...ring-earthquake-79371 friction force]. <ref>[E. (2017, December 01). Fault friction. Retrieved from https://everipedia.org/wiki/Fault_friction/]</ref> ...ure it in order to allow oil, water, and hydrocarbons to escape. Injecting fluid down into rock formations increases the pore pressure, which reduces the no
    19 KB (2,755 words) - 09:34, 30 November 2018
  • ...nding shale will act like barrier to increase injection rate of fracturing fluid and decrease the width of fracture so reduce the ability to place proppants ...igh injection rate resulted in high near wellbore pressure and perforation friction can be caused by differences of horizontal stress between shale and targeti
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  • ...and (3) absorption, which is the conversion of kinetic energy into heat by friction (note that kinetic energy is the energy of motion). Writers do not always d ...ion in many types of rocks, particularly in softer sedimentary rocks or in fluid-filled porous rocks, is still a subject of investigation.
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  • ...and (3) absorption, which is the conversion of kinetic energy into heat by friction (note that kinetic energy is the energy of motion). Writers do not always d ...ion in many types of rocks, particularly in softer sedimentary rocks or in fluid-filled porous rocks, is still a subject of investigation.
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  • ...and (3) absorption, which is the conversion of kinetic energy into heat by friction (note that kinetic energy is the energy of motion). Writers do not always d ...ion in many types of rocks, particularly in softer sedimentary rocks or in fluid-filled porous rocks, is still a subject of investigation.
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