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Geomechanics of shale repositories: mechanical behavior and modeling

Author
Mánica, M.A.; Ruiz, D.F.; Vaunat, J.; Gens, A.
Type of activity
Book chapter
Book
Shale: subsurface science and engineering
First page
99
Last page
123
Publisher
John Wiley & sons
Date of publication
2020
ISBN
9781119066699
DOI
10.1002/9781119066699
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/346120 Open in new window
URL
https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9781119066699 Open in new window
Abstract
Shale is the dominant rock in the sedimentary record. It is also the subject of increased interest because of the growing contribution of shale oil and gas to energy supplies, as well as the potential use of shale formations for carbon dioxide sequestration and nuclear waste storage. Shale: Subsurface Science and Engineering brings together geoscience and engineering to present the latest models, methods and applications for understanding and exploiting shale formations. This chapter presents an...
Citation
Mánica, M.A. [et al.]. Geomechanics of shale repositories: mechanical behavior and modeling. A: "Shale: subsurface science and engineering". John Wiley & sons, 2020, p. 99-123.
Keywords
Anisotropy, Constitutive modelling, Creep, Elastoplasticity, Hard soils and soft rocks, Hardening/softening
Group of research
MSR - Soil and Rock Mechanics

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