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by Maurice B. Dusseault,John A. Franklin

Free eBook Rock Engineering Applications download ISBN: 0070218897
Author: Maurice B. Dusseault,John A. Franklin
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (January 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 431
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
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John A. Franklin (Author), Maurice B. Dusseault (Author). recommended for university libraries serving civil engineering, mining engineering, and geological engineering programs.

John A. ISBN-13: 978-0070218895. Rock Engineering Applications. ISBN-13: 978-0070218888.

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Maurice B. Thermal devices such as thermosyphons and heat pipes have a wide variety of applications from underground heat exchangers and temperature control to de-icing of civil engineering infrastructure to aerospace electronic devices. Knowledge about the permeability of surrounding rock (salt rock and mudstone interlayer) is an important topic, which acts as a key parameter to characterize the tightness of gas storage. Distributed Brillouin sensing systems (DBSs) have growing applications in engineering and are attracting attention in the field of underground structures, including mining.

Maurice works with governments and industry as an advisor and professional instructor in petroleum geomechanics. He was a Society of Petroleum Engineers Distinguished Lecturer in 2002-2003, visiting 19 countries and 28 separate SPE sections, speaking on New Oil Production Technologies. He teaches a number of professional short courses in subjects such as production approaches, petroleum geomechanics, waste disposal, and sand control, presented in over 21 different countries in the last 12 years. Professor, Engineering Geology. enhanced oil recovery geomechanics; reservoir engineering rock mechanics (including coupled process, hydraulic fracturing, borehole stability and underground excavation); salt rock mechanics; oil and gas well integrity; oil reservoir monitoring methods; CO2 sequestration; deep waste disposal technology for solid and liquid wastes; compressed air energy storage

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Environmental Science. Oil and gas wells can develop gas leaks along the casing years after production has ceased and the well has been plugged and abandoned (P&A). Explanatory mechanisms include channelling, poor cak. More). Each year, thousands of new oil and gas wells are drilled in the United States and around the world.

Rock engineering applications, John A. Dusseault, 1991, Technology & Engineering, 431 pages. 11th US/North American Mine Ventilation Symposium 2006 Proceedings of the 11th US/North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, 5-7 June 2006, Pennsylvania, USA, Jan M. Mutmansky, Raja. V. Ramani, Aug 14, 2006, Business & Economics, 630 pages. This volume is the eleventh in a series which documents the technical papers of the mine ventilation symposium, which was initiated in 1982 by the Underground Ventilation The Mine Ventilation Practitioner's Data Book, Dr. .

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Disasters like a dam bursting are hardly ever caused by inexact calculations, but by a failure to evaluate underlying geological phenomenon related to ground water, ground stresses, or the characteristics and variability of rock. Here for the first time is a comprehensive guide that applies the principles of rock engineering to a wide variety of engineering activities, including mining, foundation construction, excavation, tunneling, and oil and gas production. Written for practicing engineers, drilling technicians, mining professionals, geologists, and civil engineers, Rock Engineering Applications contains twenty-six comprehensive chapters that thoroughly explore rock materials, the environment in which rock engineers have to work, the techniques at their disposal, and a full range of practical applications, both at the surface and underground. More than one thousand references are included, as well as case histories, problems, and solutions.