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Paper presented at the ISRM Regional Symposium - EUROCK 2014, May 27–29, 2014
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-2014-194
... and in physical properties even at lower temperatures (Hajpal, 2002). A most extended background on the study of thermal effects on the rocks can be found in Brotóns et al. (2013). Reservoir Characterization real fire calcarenite Poisson mechanical test Upstream Oil & Gas ultrasonic...
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Paper presented at the ISRM Regional Symposium - EUROCK 2014, May 27–29, 2014
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-2014-195
... Abstract The influence of thermal damage and cooling method on some physical properties (i.e. open porosity, ultrasonic waves propagation, elasticity and uniaxial compressive strength) of the San Julian's calcarenite stone has been studied. Samples were previously heated at different...
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Paper presented at the ISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 2010, June 15–18, 2010
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-2010-148
... ABSTRACT: Two cases, of evolution of morphostructure of cliffs in soft rocks like tuff and calcarenite, respectively outcropping in the Cape of Posillipo in Campania and in the Agrigento town and Valley of Temples in Sicily, are analyzed on the basis of morphologic characteristics of the sites...
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Paper presented at the ISRM Regional Symposium - EUROCK 2009, October 29–31, 2009
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-2009-049
... Abstract The Maastrichtian in The Netherlands is composed of a series of calcarenites and calcisiltites with layers of flints. At some locations, boreholes have revealed the presence of carbonate sands rather than rock. Several scenarios are proposed to explain the observed lack of cohesion...
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Paper presented at the ISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 96, September 2–5, 1996
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-1996-182
... intense fracturation or existence of cleavage planes may not be a soft rock in the sense above. To the class of soft rocks belong geomaterials, usually but not exclusively, of sedimentary origin, for instance marls, calcarenites, tuffs, shales, chalks. Limestone, slate or saprolitic rocks can also be...
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Paper presented at the ISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 93, June 21–24, 1993
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-1993-099
... ABSTRACT: Abandoned room and pillar mines for calcarenite building stone underlie much of Maastricht and Valkenburg in The Netherlands. Past and recent experiences have shown that they are subject to long term deterioration which may lead to rapid and major collapses. This may be the...

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