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In-situ stress project, technical report no. 1

televiewer data report for the test interval 6000-6250 ft, Cajon Pass well, California

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in Menlo Park, Calif, [Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Borings -- California -- Cajon Pass.,
  • Drill cores -- California -- Cajon Pass.

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    Other titlesTeleviewer data report for the test interval 6000-6250 ft, Cajon Pass well, California
    Statementby Mark Ader and James Springer.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 87-289, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-289.
    ContributionsSpringer, J. E.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination24 leaves
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17109782M

    Project Methods Selected species will be evaluated by advanced methods, including ultrasonic stress wave timing and "in situ" screw withdraval tests. Results will be compared to test results obtained by traditional standard testing procedures. Stochastic/deterministic models will be developed for estimating the expected mechanical properties of structural wood materials from simple ND. The project described in this report is SIMRAC Project GAP b, "Evaluation and upgrading of records of stress measurement data in the mining industry". A standard spreadsheet program has been. Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. 2. Government Accession No. 3. The goal of this research project in Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) is to improve the safety and reliability of bridges 1) Ultrasonic Measurement of In-Situ Stress Levels in Gusset Plates. Stress term definitions In geoscientific and rock engineering literature there is no strict agreement on stress term definitions. Thus, a brief description is given on how stress terms are used in this report. Beyond these definitions we point out that in this study compression is positive in contrast.

    Technical Report Document Page 1. Report No. SPRII 2. Government Accession No. n/a 3. Recipient's Catalog No. n/a 4. Title and Subtitle Development and Validation of a MassHighway Geotechnical Engineering In Situ Testing Vehicle 5. Report Date June 6. Performing Organization Code n/a 7. Author(s) Don J. DeGroot, Sc.D., P.E.


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In-Situ Stress Project, Technical Report Number 1: Televiewer Data Report for the Test Interval FT, Cajon Pass Well, California: Usgs Open-F [M.

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In-situ stress project, technical report no. 1: televiewer data report for the test interval ft, Cajon Pass well, California. [Mark J Ader; J E Springer]. Ambient State of Stress and Pore Pressure. In situ stress measurements made in a variety of tectonic settings, both active and inactive, indicate, almost invariably, that the ambient state of stress in the continental crust is quite close to the depth-dependent strength of the crust estimated from laboratory experiments (e.g., Zoback and.

I N situ stress [1] refers to the intrinsic stress of the crust and rock formations in their original state without being disturbed by artificial engineering.

In situ stress is the source of the. excavations is in-situ stress. 1 3 Failure In Situ Stress State FoS= Strength Stress To have a basic knowledge of the stress state (e.g. the direction and magnitude of the major principal stress; the direction in which the rock is most likely to fail; etc.).

4 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC () Lower Kihansi File Size: 2MB. The latest developments for in-situ rock stress measuring techniques p. 3 Rock stress measurements as a practical rock engineering tool p.

11 Extensive stress measurements program at the Toulnustoue hydroelectric project - Quebec, Canada p. 25 In situ rock stress measurements in Western Australia's Yilgarn Craton p.

Introduction. In situ stress is a basic condition in the design and construction of projects and in the understanding and solution of engineering problems. Especially with respect to deep underground projects, in situ stress is one of the most important external conditions controlling the stability of a surrounding rock by: The standard of world stress map project (WSM) for quality analysis of in-situ stress direction using borehole breakout is listed in Table 1.

Table 1. WSM quality ranking criteria for breakouts interpreted from image logs in a single well (Tingay et al., ).Cited by: A REVIEW OF IN SITU STRESS MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES Huasheng Lin 1, Joung Oh 2, Hossein Masoumi 3, Ismet Canbulat 4, Chengguo Zhang 5, Linming Dou 6.

ABSTRACT: Changes in stress orientations and magnitudes can have a significant adverse impact on mining conditions such as increasing the risk of violent failures.

Knowledge ofAuthor: Huasheng Lin, Joung Oh, Hossein Masoumi, Ismet Canbulat, Chengguo Zhang, In-situ stress project Dou. Over all CalculationPersonal Stress TABLE-9 Particulars Percentage (%) 1 Strongly Disagree 8% 2 Disagree 22% 3 Neutral 25% 4 Agree 31% 5 Strongly Agree 14% Total % Interpretation: From the above table 8% respondent strongly disagree that personal stress, 22% respondent disagree that personal stress, 25% respondent Neutral that personal.

Contents:1 What is in-situ stress in rocks. Orientation for a cavern Selection of shape Layout of complex underground works Saving in lining of tunnels Large surface excavation2 Measurement of in-situ stresses in Rocks Hydraulic fracturing method Flat jack method Over coring method What is in-situ stress in rocks?Author: Sadanandam Anupoju.

Stability of Landfill Lining Systems: Report No. 1 Literature Review This report has been produced to accompany R&D Technical Report P/TR2 and should be used Horizontal In Situ Stress Summary of Key Issues 9. SUB-GRADE STABILITY File Size: 6MB. 1 IN-SITU ROCK STRESS MEASUREMENTS Brief description of methods applied by SINTEF Practical applications Lists of clients Updated Dec.

SINTEF Civil and Environmental Engineering Rock and Soil Mechanics Trondheim, Norway Tel +47 73 59 31 76 Fax +47 In-situ stress project 59 71 36 E-mail: @ E-mail: @ COOLING et al.: IN SITU U.K. ROCK STRESS-PART II Table 1.

Comparison of overcoring in situ stress measuring devices used at Carwynnen Table la-Advantages CSIRO HI Interfels USBM A single operation theoretically allows the determination of the complete stress tensor Redundant gauges provide a check on results The gluing process is simple and Cited by: In situ and induced stresses Introduction Rock at depth is subjected to stresses resulting from the weight of the overlying strata and from locked in stresses of tectonic origin.

When an opening is excavated in this rock, the stress field is locally disrupted and a new set of stresses are induced in the rock surrounding the Size: KB.

Preliminary Report on Prototype In-Situ Stress Testing for the Yucca Mountain Project, Nevada by F.T. Lee1, H.S. Swolfs1, J.K. Odum1, S.F. Diehl1 J.D. Kibler1, and D.R.

Miller1 Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity Author: F.T. Lee, H.S. Swolfs, J.K. Odum, S.F. Diehl, J.D. Kibler, D.R.

Miller. characterization of in-situ stress and permeability in fractured reservoirs Technical Report Burns, Daniel R ; Toksoz, M Nafi A 3-D elastic wave propagation finite difference model, including effects of attenuation, has been implemented and compared with other existing modeling codes for validation.

TECHNICAL REPORT STANDARD TITLE PAGE 1. Report No. Government Accession No. Recipient's Catalog No. FHWA/IN/JTRP/17 4. Title and Subtitle EVALUATION OF IN-SITU STIFFNESS OF SUBGRADE BY RESILIENT AND FWD MODULUS 5. Report Date May 6. Performing Organization Code 7.

Author(s) Daehyeon Kim, Yigong Ji, and Nayyar Zia Siddiki by: 2. 1 In situ stress Marek Ca World Stress Map Project has now been working for more than 15 years on its data base.

Types of stress indicators. To determine the tectonic stress orientation different types of stress indicators are used in borehole. In situ In situ 1. In situ. CRC CARE Technical Report Winery wastewater irrigation - effects of potassium and sodium on soil structure Generation of wastewater is an inevitable component of the wine production process.

Typically this wastewater has a high salt concentration, due mainly to. Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 4: summary of the geologic setting and televiewer logs from the Yongping test well, Yunnan Province, China.

[J E Springer; Qingshan Zhai; J F Svitek; China. Guo jia di zhen ju.; University of Wisconsin--Madison.; Stanford University.].

Get this from a library. 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.)].

An infrared (IR) binocular, designed for in-the-field military applications, was tested using in situ marine mammals during the Mar Ligure Joint Experiment (MLJX03) that took place in August-September onboard the. Analysis of Lightweight Deflectometer Test Based on In Situ Stress and Strain Response Article in Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2) February with Reads.

Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. FHWA-PA HA 2. Government Accession No. Recipient’s Catalog No. Report Date May 4. Title and Subtitle SuperPave In-Situ Stress/Strain Investigation, Phase II Volume II: Characterization of Materials 6.

Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s). The in-situ test for rock stress with BWSRM is carried out at an experimental tunnel in Jinping II hydropower station, China, where the buried depth of overburden is about 2 m.

14 The Hydraulic Fracturing Method of Stress Measurement: Theory and Practice BEZALEL C. HAIMSON University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA INTRODUCTION BRIEF HISTORY OF THE METHOD TESTING EQUIPMENT AND SET UP Drillpipe Hydrofracturing Methods Hydrofracturing Using Continuous Tripping TEST DATA INTERPRETATION IN SITU STRESS Cited by:   Field Instrumentation in Geotechnical Engineering documents the proceedings of a symposium of the same name organized by the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.

The said symposium covers the developments in the instruments and techniques in field instrumentation. The book is divided into two Edition: 1. Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 6: results of hydraulic fracturing stress measurements at Jianchuan, western Yunnan Province, China.

[Bezalel C Haimson; China. Guo jia di zhen ju.; University of Wisconsin--Madison.; Stanford University.;]. Get this from a library. In-situ stress project, technical report number 2: televiewer data report for the test interval ft, Cajon Pass Well, California. [J. As part of a study relating fractured rock hydrology to in-situ stress and recent deformation within the Dixie Valley Geothermal Field, borehole televiewer logging and hydraulic fracturing stress measurements were conducted in a km-deep geothermal production well (73B-7) drilled into the.

A database of in situ stress measurements in Southern Africa, including results from depths of several metres to about m, has been compiled.

The database can be interrogated using ArcExplorer. Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. CDOT-DTD-R 2. Government Accession No.

Recipient's Catalog No. Report Date April 4. Title and Subtitle LONG-TERM DURABILITY OF FIBER-REINFORCED POLYMERS (FRPS) AND IN-SITU MONITORING OF FRP BRIDGE DECKS IN O’FALLON PARK BRIDGE 6.

Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s). This test method covers the determination of the ambient local stresses (principal and secondary) in a rock mass and the equipment required to perform in situ stress tests using a three-component borehole deformation gauge (BDG) that was developed by the U.S.

Bureau of Mines (USBM); see Note 1. Technical information report No. 24}, author = {Jeffry, J.A. and Chan, T. and Cook, N.G.W. and Witherspoon, P.A.}, abstractNote = {The in-situ thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of a granite rock mass at the Stripa mine, Sweden, have been extracted from the first 70 days of temperature data for the 5 kW full-scale heater experiment by.

Rock masses are initially stressed in their current in situ state of stress and to a lesser natural state. Whether one is interested in the extent on the monitoring of stress change.

formation of geological structures (folds, faults, The subject of paleostresses is only briefly intrusions, etc.), the stability of artificial struc discussed. tures (tunnels, caverns, mines, surface excava The 5/5(1). @article{osti_, title = {Effect of reservoir depletion and pore pressure drawdown on in situ stress and deformation in the Ekofisk field, North Sea}, author = {Teufel, L W and Rhett, D W and Farrell, H E}, abstractNote = {Knowledge of in situ stress and how stress changes with reservoir depletion and pore pressure drawdown is important in a multi-disciplinary approach to reservoir.

PROJECT STABILIZATION OF SOIL USING IN-SITU VITRIFICATION INTRODUCTION This report documents the work accomplished in the Implementation Project Stabilization of Soil Using In-Situ Vitrification.

This one-year implementation project started on September 1, 1 and was completed on August 3 1, @article{osti_, title = {Enhanced gas recovery program.

Fourth annual report, October September }, author = {Northrop, D A and Schuster, C L}, abstractNote = {Massive hydraulic fracture diagnostic experiments continued in FY 79 with the major activity being focused on the development of wireline tool instrumentation.

Nevada Test Site substantiate field data obtained in two Author: D A Northrop, C L Schuster. Citations "How to Reduce Stress: 10 Relaxation Techniques To Reduce Stress on the Spot." WebMD.

WebMD, n.d. Web. 13 Feb. Lebowitz, Shana. "40 Ways to Relax in 5 Minutes or Less." Greatist. Greatist, 14 Dec. Web. 13 Feb. How I manage my time Pardon Our. TECHNICAL Summary Technology Transfer and Project Implementation Information TRB Subject Code Soil Foundation Subgrades February Publication No.: FHWA/IN/JTRP/30, SPR Final Report Dynamic Cone Penetration Test (DCPT) for Subgrade Assessment Introduction In-situ penetration tests have been widely used inCited by: Abstract.

Before measuring virgin stresses with some of the methods discussed in the following chapters, an attempt should be made to obtain an estimate of the in situ stress field.

This can be done, for instance, from stress versus depth relationships or observations obtained from stress measurements made in the past in the region of interest or by extrapolation from regions with similar Author: Bernard Amadei, Ove Stephansson.Contract or Grant No.

Project Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Texas Department of Transportation Research and Technology Implementation Office P. O. Box Austin, Texas Type of Report and Period Covered Technical Report: September - October Sponsoring Agency Code Supplementary Notes.