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Vinciguerra S., Bernabé Y. (Eds.) Rock Physics and Natural Hazards

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Vinciguerra S., Bernabé Y. (Eds.) Rock Physics and Natural Hazards
Birkhäuser, Basel Boston, Berlin, 2009. 426 p. — ISBN 978-3-0346-0121-4, e-ISBN 978-3-0346-0122-1 — (Pageoph Topical Volumes).
Natural hazards events such as earthquakes or volcanic eruptions involve activation of coupled thermo-hydro-chemo-mechanical processes in rocks. The 7th Euro-conference of Rock Physics and Geomechanics was held September 25 to 30, 2007, in Erice (Italy), to explore how rock physics experiments and models can facilitate understanding and constraint of natural hazards mechanisms, and, to foster cross-disciplinary collaborations.
The present book assembles unpublished contributions to the Erice conference. It presents new laboratory data, theoretical and numerical rock physics models and field observations relevant to the study of natural hazards. In particular, several papers are devoted to rock failure and explore the relationship between the competing deformation micro-mechanisms, as measured and characterized by acoustic emission activity and by microstructural observations, and strain localization. Several others investigate shear-induced anisotropy of mechanical and/or transport properties, both in large-scale geologic objects and in laboratory samples. The remaining papers treat various aspects of rock physics and their industrial applications such as geothermics and reservoir characterization.
The book is intended for researchers and graduate students in the Earth sciences, who are interested in surface and crustal processes, as well as for geotechnical engineers.
Contents
Introduction
Earthquake Source and Rock Failure
What Does Control Earthquake Ruptures and Dynamic Faulting? A Review of Different Competing Mechanisms
Quake Catalogs from an Optical Monitoring of an Interfacial Crack Propagation
Fracture Toughness and Fracture Roughness Interrelationship in Thermally treated Westerly Granite
Rock Deformation and Coupled Processes in Rocks
Acoustic Emissions Monitoring during Inelastic Deformation of Porous Sandstone: Comparison of Three Modes of Deformation 843 initiation and Propagation of Compaction Bands in Dry and Wet Bentheim Sandstone
Compaction and Failure in High Porosity Carbonates: Mechanical Data and Microslructural Observations
Pressure Solution
Stress Transfer During Pressure Solution Compression of Rigidly Coupled Axisymmetric Asperities Pressed Against a Flat Semi-Infinite Solid
Thermal Cracking
Common Evolution of Mechanical and Transport Properties in Thermally Cracked Westerly Granite at Elevated Hydrostatic Pressure
Transport Properties Modelling ami Poro-elasticity
Improved Interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance T1 and T2 Distributions for Permeability Prediction: Simulation of Diffusion Coupling for a Fractal Cluster of Pores
Oscillating Flow of a Compressible Fluid through Deformable Pipes and Pipe Networks: Wave Propagation Phenomena
Shear Induced Anisotropy
Microstructural Investigation of Naturally Deformed Leucogneiss from an Alpine Shear Zone (Southern Calabria - Italy)
Laboratory Characterization of Permeability and Its Anisotropy of Chelungpu Fault Rocks
Axial and Radial Permeability Evolutions of Compressed Sandstones: End Effects and Shear-band Induced Permeability Anisotropy
Microstructural Inhomogeneity and Mechanical Anisotropy Associated with Bedding in Rothbach Sandstone
Ceothermics and Reservoir Characterization
Pressure-dependent Production Efficiency of an Enhanced Geothermal System (EGS): Stimulation Results and Implications for Hydraulic Fracture Treatments
Impact of Poroelastic Response of Sandstones on Geothermal Power Production
Permeability Prediction for Low Porosity Rocks by Mobile NMR
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