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By Arno Zang, Ove Stephansson, G. Dresen

Mechanical homes and fluid delivery in rocks are in detail associated as deformation of an outstanding rock matrix instantly impacts the pore area and permeability. The coupling of fluid stream and deformation strategies in crustal rocks leads to major complexity of the mechanical and fluid shipping habit. This usually poses serious technical and monetary difficulties for reservoir and geotechnical engineering initiatives fascinated about oil and fuel creation, CO2 sequestration, mining and underground waste disposal. the amount effects from the fifth Euroconference on Rock Physics and Geomechanics, which used to be held in Potsdam, Germany in September 2004.

Part I of the topical quantity quite often includes contributions investigating the nucleation and evolution of crack harm in rocks, new or converted suggestions to degree rock fracture durability and a dialogue of upscaling strategies referring to mechanical and fluid delivery habit in rocks at diverse spatial scales.

Part II comprises contributions discussing fluid circulate and delivery in rocks as saw at the laboratory scale and in boreholes. The evolution of rock harm pertinent to the soundness of underground excavations is studied and scaling family members of elastic houses and seismic occasions are mentioned.

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