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ISBN:041587419X
Author: Mohammad Asef,Mohsen Farrokhrouz
ISBN13: 978-0415874199
Title: Shale Engineering: Mechanics and Mechanisms
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Language: English
Category: Engineering
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (February 14, 2013)
Pages: 304

Shale Engineering: Mechanics and Mechanisms by Mohammad Asef,Mohsen Farrokhrouz



Mechanics and Mechanisms. M. Farrokhrouz National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC),Tehran, Iran. Asef Department of Geology, Kharazmi University,Tehran, Iran. Government works Version Date: 20130221 International Standard Book Number-13: 978-0-203-84791-6 (eBook - PDF) This book contains information. This book is dedicated to my parents and to my wife. Farrokhrouz This book is dedicated to my wife and to my two sons.

PDF Shale makes up about three fourths of drilled formations. In almost all engineering activities, whenever shale is encountered, it is treated as the most suspicious rock that could cause unexpected instabilities and delays. All content in this area was uploaded by Mohsen Farrokhrouz on Sep 26, 2016. Download full-text PDF. Shale Engineering. Mechanics and Mechanisms. National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC),Tehran, Iran. Department of Geology, Kharazmi University,Tehran, Iran.

Shale Engineering provides an integrative engineering approach to work towards practical solutions in handling shale. Accordingly, shale is defined and described from both an engineering and geological point of view. Elasticity and poroelasticity concepts, shale’s response to temperature changes, and finally chemical properties of shale and the impact thereof on the rock’s behavior are discussed in detail. 594 p. - (ISRM Book Series) - ISBN: 1138027014. This book provides a new, necessary and valuable approach to the consideration of risk in underground engineering projects constructed within rock masses 31,79 МБ.

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Mohammad Asef and Mohsen Farrokhrouz. English ISBN: 041587419X 2013 304 pages PDF 50 MB. Shale makes up about three-fourths of drilled formations. Elasticity and poroelasticity concepts, shale's response to temperature changes, and finally chemical properties of shale and the impact thereof on the rock's behavior are discussed in detail.

Shale Engineering Mechanics and Mechanisms. Asef, . & Farrokhrouz, M. (2010). Empirical approach for evaluation of compressive strength of shale. In EAGE Shale Workshop 2010: Shale - Resource and Challenge. Haghi, . Noaparast, . Shabani, . Farrokhrouz, . Ghadyani, . Ghorbani, .

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Mohammad Asef, ‎Mohsen Farrokhrouz - Shale Engineering: Mechanics and Mechanisms Published: 2013-02-14 ISBN: 041587419X PDF 304 pages 50 MB. It is also suited for use in academic and professional courses in petroleum, mining, geological and civil engineering and drilling.

Shale makes up about three-fourths of drilled formations. Even though the engineering properties of shale have been studied for several decades, shale engineering is still prone to unexpected instabilities and delays, representing a serious problem for the petroleum, mining and civil engineering industry. Distinct characteristics of shale make it exceptionally difficult to work with; three categories of potential stability problems in shale are mechanical problems, chemical reactivity and swelling, and thermal stimulation. When a number of these problems occur simultaneously, finding an optimized solution becomes even more challenging.

Shale Engineering provides an integrative engineering approach to work towards practical solutions in handling shale. Accordingly, shale is defined and described from both an engineering and geological point of view. Elasticity and poroelasticity concepts, shale’s response to temperature changes, and finally chemical properties of shale and the impact thereof on the rock’s behavior are discussed in detail.

In addressing the engineering aspects and parameters related to chemical, mechanical and thermal properties and integrating them into engineering models that can be applied in deep engineering projects, mining and other civil works, this book will serve as a reference to model designers and engineers working with shale in the petroleum industry and elsewhere. It is also suited for use in academic and professional courses in petroleum, mining, geological and civil engineering and drilling.