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Joints, microfractures and residual strain in cardium siltstone, South Ram River area, Alberta

Gerhard Albert Reik

Joints, microfractures and residual strain in cardium siltstone, South Ram River area, Alberta

a field and experimental investigation of factors that contribute to fracture porosity and permeability in sedimentary rock

by Gerhard Albert Reik

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sediments (Geology) -- Alberta -- South Ram River,
  • Silt.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, University.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 254 leaves.
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21120674M

    Suppose you have two minerals. One mineral fractures into rough pieces, and a second mineral breaks into pieces with smooth surfaces. - the upthrown side to the south; the crustal thickness is about 2 km less on the south than on the north side. Volcanoes are com­ mon south ofthe Murray FractureZone, and deep-seafans and plains are abundant to the north. Thin sedimentary layers, approxi­ mately 50 m thick, were noted along the Murray Fracture Zone (Malahoff and Woollard ).

    A giant lake that was built when the Polson Lobe created a giant ice dam blocking the Clark Fork River. This lake was the combined size of the great lakes Erie and Ontario. The amount of water released when the dam broke was equal to more than ten times the combined flow of all the rivers in the world. Start studying Geology chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Stress due to forces that tend to cause movement or strain parallel to the direction of the forces. that tends to change the size or shape of that body, or rock unit. Force per unit area withing a body. Strike. The compass.

    River, Utah (Fig. 1A). Flowing to the south, the river exits Desolation–Gray Canyon through the Book Cliffs upstream and crosses low-relief, arid badlands underlain by the upper Creta-ceous Mancos Shale before entering Labyrinth Canyon downstream of the study area. As the river approaches the Little Grand Wash normal. occurring within the southern Alberta foothills and adjacent plains in a study area spanning T, R2WW4. The interpreted morphology of the sand body, along with lithological facies descriptions allows for depositional interpretation of the sandstone as .


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Joints, microfractures and residual strain in cardium siltstone, South Ram River area, Alberta by Gerhard Albert Reik Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geologic setting. The Red Deer River anticline is located in the central portion of the Alberta Foothills that form the eastern part of the Rocky Mountains, a thin-skinned, Late Jurassic to Eocene foreland fold-and-thrust belt (Monger, ) ().The structural framework of the Alberta Foothills contains numerous steeply-dipping, northeasterly-verging imbricate thrust sheets of the Mesozoic Cited by: 6.

Jointing in folded Cardium sandstones along the Bow River, Alberta Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 3(5) February with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Fine-grained sandstones in the Cardium Formation were studied in fold and fault structures along South Ram River in the central Alberta Foothills.X-ray diffraction determination of lattice-spacing.

Fracture abundance and strain in folded Cardium Formation, Red Deer River anticline, Alberta Foothills, Canada Article in Marine and Petroleum Geology 76 May with Reads.

Cardium in Ram River (Currie and Nwachukwu, ), the presence of pyrobitumen in shear fractures, and the observation of horizontal lineated shear fractures at 4km depth in core and vertical extensional fractures trending parallel to SHmax at depths of 2 to 3km. Author: Tijmen H.

Hartel. The folded and thrusted Mesozoic clastic sequence of the Canadian Rocky Mountain foothills forms important hydrocarbon reservoirs. Understanding the distribution of natural fractures, their evolution, and timing of formation relative to the evolution of the fold-and-thrust system could potentially improve exploration and development outcomes in these otherwise tight unconventional reservoirs.

the predicted drainage area and enhance a better design for stimulating future wells and optimizing the fracture design. In this paper, a number of important issues entail- ing the technological development in microseismic data acquisition, processing, and interpretation are discussed to help understand the appropriate effective applicationsFile Size: KB.

Fault propagation in Mode II conditions: Comparison between experimental and mathematical models, applications to natural features. In: Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock (edited by Rossmanith, H. P.). Balkema, Rotter- dam, Reik, G. Joints, microffactures and residual strain in Car- dium siltstone, South Ram River area Cited by: Upper Devonian Leduc carbonate buildups along the southern part of the Rimbey-Meadowbrook reef trend in Alberta (buried at depths of m) have been extensively dolomitized.

Dolomitization occurred first by pervasive replacement and later by minor by: Significance of natural microfractures in unconventional shale reservoirs is important because microfractures are commonly proposed as a principal pore and permeability network in the production.

Rock Joint Rate (RJR) is a novel method for predicting the penetration rate (PR) of tunnel boring machines (TBMs) in hard rock environments. This model is devised based on a combination of geological and operational data obtained from a number of tunnels excavated in igneous and sedimentary by: 6.

What is SierraSil®. SierraSil® is a proprietary clay mineral complex derived from the Sierra Mountains in the United ing to the manufacturer, SierraSil® Joint Formula14, at the daily recommended dose of 3 capsules daily, contains the following trace elements.

Calcium 23mg, potassium 20mg, sodium 12mg, aluminum 6mg, phosphorus mg, magnesium mg, iron mg, silicon 1mg. In the Clyde River area a series of anomalous zones (> ppm Zn), extending over an area of 30, m2, occurs in B-horizon softs with localized zones in excess of ppm (Fig.

4) (Sinclair, ). Four major anomalous areas exist, two western zones lying within the zone of influence of the drainage system and two eastern areas remote from Cited by: Four steeply dipping joint sets are present in folded and thrusted Cretaceous Cardium sandstone beds where they crop out along the Bow River in the Rocky Mountain foothills of Alberta, Canada.

All four sets are infilled by quartz and calcite. The relative ages have been determined by cross-cutting relations of the fillings at joint intersections. Stress × strain curves differ, depending on load direction. Viscoelastic: bone responds differently depending on rate of load application.

Stress × strain curves differ, depending on rate of load application. Anisotropic Behavior of Bone Anisotropic behavior of cortical bone from a File Size: 2MB. Energy Ltd, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Jon Downton, CGGVeritas, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Satinder Chopra, Arcis Corporation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Summary This two part effort is concerned with understanding and predicting fracture density in the Nordegg of West Central by: 1.

Start studying Geology study guide ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Start studying Geology Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Browse. a force per unit area. compressive stress. strain.

the change in shape or size (volume), or both, in response to stress. amount and rate of stress applied, type of rock, and temperature and pressure conditions.

Any fracture or system of fractures along which Earth moves is known as a A. stress. - K-area Fracture Rotary Straightening – Feeding In Rotary Straightening Side View Tensile Specimen Taken From k-area Strain (in/in) Stress (psi) 0 As-Rolled Gag Straightened Rotary Straightened W14 X Rotary Straightened 0 1 23 45 Dist.

From Outside Flange Face (in.) K-area File Size: 2MB. FATIGUE AND FRACTURE IN STEEL BRIDGES. CASE STUDIES. More than twenty-five case studies and numerous photographs illustrate the wide variety of conditions that have fostered fatigue crack phenomena.

The book is divided into two parts.Pedogenic and Groundwater Silcretes in Paleovalley Filling J3 & J2 Sandstones, Medicine River Area, West Central Alberta, Canada Federico F. Krause1 [email protected] & Andrea F. P. Mellor Department of Geoscience, University of Calgary, University Dr. N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4 Summary.

The area under the stress strain curve gives you the strain energy per unit volume absorbed by the material. The larger the area the tougher the material.

If we consider the area under the graph only as far as the yield point, then the greater the area, the more resilient the material - the energy it absorbs but is still able to spring back.