Thermo-Hydromechanical and Chemical Coupling in Geomaterials and Applications: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium GeoProc'2008 [NOOK Book]

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GeoProc2008 collects the proceedings of the International Conference on Coupled T-H-M-C (thermal, hydraulic, mechanical, chemical) Processes in Geosystems.
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Thermo-Hydromechanical and Chemical Coupling in Geomaterials and Applications: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium GeoProc'2008

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GeoProc2008 collects the proceedings of the International Conference on Coupled T-H-M-C (thermal, hydraulic, mechanical, chemical) Processes in Geosystems.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781118623664
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/10/2013
  • Series: ISTE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • File size: 10 MB

Table of Contents

Preface xiii

Keynote Lectures 1

Physical Mechanics of In-Pore Phase Transition 3
O. Coussy

Localized Failure in Brittle Rock 25
J. W. Rudnicki

Coupled Analysis of Chemo-Mechanical Processes 41
A. Gens, L. do N. Guimarães, A. M. Fernández, S. Olivella, M. Sánchez

Drilling Into the San Andreas Fault 59
T.-F. Wong

Section 1 Fundamentals of Mechanics of Porous Media 75

A Numerical Model for CO2 Wells Ageing through Water/Supercritical CO2/Cement Interactions 77
J. Corvisier, A. Fabbri, F. Brunet, Y. Leroy, B. Goffé, G. Rimmelé, V. Barlet-Gouédard

Study on Shear Stress-Strain Model for Unsaturated Soil 85
W. Wang, T. Lu, L. Ji

How Lead Affects the Hydraulic and Microscopic Properties of a Smectite 93
H. Souli, J-M Fleureau

Study of Settlements in a Granular Medium by a Probabilistic Approach 101
D. Boumezerane, L. Herzine, F. Ouali, B. Tabti

Mechanics of a Soil, a Dynamically Coupled Solid-Water Gas System Conceptual Aspects 113
J. P. Oostveen

Mechanics of a Soil, a Dynamically Coupled Solid-Water Gas System Undrained Compression 121
J. P. Oostveen

Mechanics of a Soil, a Dynamically Coupled Solid-Water Gas System Shear Compression Interaction 131
J. P. Oostveen

Simulation and Contrastive Analysis of Typical Pollutant Transporting 141
L. Chen, Y. Liang

Section 2 Experimental Characterization of Coupled T-H-M-C Processes in Porous Media 149

Gas Retention Phenomenon in Dry or Partially-Saturated Concrete: Permeability Assessment 151
X. Chen, F. Robert, C. Davy, F. Skoczylas, M. Moranville

Simultaneous Measurement of Expansion and Water Humidity Sorption on Montmorillonitic Clays 161
I. Kolarikova, R. Hanus

Effect of Temperature on Migration of Gas and Brine in Compacted Salt 171
Y. Cinar, H. Alkan, O. Olafuyi

The effect of Wetting Conditions on the Mechanical Strength of Chalk 179
B. Zangiabadi, T. A. Davidian, R. I. Korsnes, K. A. N. Vorland, T. G. Kristiansen, M. V. Madland

Induced Geometry in Chalk during Hydrochloric Acid Stimulation 187
E. Omdal, E. Dirdal, K. Ormark, K.A.N. Vorland, R.I. Korsnes, T.G. Kristiansen, T.L. Knutsen, T. Hildebrand-Habel, M.V. Madland

An Experimental Investigation of the Evolution of Rock Poromechanical Properties Associated with Chemical Alteration Processes 195
E. Bemer, J-M Lombard

Electrokinetic Treatment of a Natural Silt in Saturated and Unsaturated Conditions 203
L. Gabrieli, C. Jommi, G. Musso, E. Romero

Normal Stress-Induced Permeability Reduction of a Fracture in a Large Granite Cylinder 211
A.P.S. Selvadurai

Experimental Study of the Water Permeability of a Partially Saturated Argillite 219
P. Semete, C. Imbert, P. Desgree, B. Février, A. Courtois, G. Touzé

Application of the Maturity Concept for the Prediction of Restrained Autogenous Shrinkage of Cement Pastes 231
A. Pertué, P. Mounanga, A. Khelidj

Laboratory Experiments on Thermal Effects on Clay Rocks 239
C.-L. Zhang, T. Rothfuchs, K. Su

Mechanical Compaction of Porous Sandstone: an Experimental Study using Acoustic Emission (AE) Monitoring 251
J. Fortin, S. Stanchits, G. Dresen, Y. Guéguen

An Analysis of the Pulse Test and the Light of Residual Hydraulic Potentials 259
A.P.S. Selvadurai

Section 3 Constitutive Models for T-H-M-C Coupling and Multi-scale Approaches 267

Formulating Material Properties in Coupled Hydro-Mechanical Modeling 269
G. Ziefle, J. Maßmann, M. Kohlmeier, W. Zielke

Partially Coupled Fluid Flow Modeling for Stress Sensitive Naturally Fractured Reservoirs 277
A.R. Shaik, N.H. Tran, M.A. Aghighi, A.H. Syed, S.S. Rahman

Poromechanical Modeling of Hygric Shrinkage and Crystallization Swelling in Layered Porous Materials 289
H. Derluyn, A.S. Poupeleer, D. Van Gemert, J. Carmeliet

Fan-shaped Model of Clay Swelling Process 297
M. G. Khramchenkov

Early Age Autogenous Deformations of Cement-Based Materials 305
M. Bouasker, F. Grondin, P. Mounanga, A. Khelidj

Identification of the Hydro-Mechanical in-Situ Properties of Tournemire Argillite from Mine-by-test Experiment 313
A. Millard, A. Rejeb

Model of Coupled Thermo-Hydraulic Transport in Bentonite Based on Mobile and Immobile Water
Phase 321
M. Hokr, D. Frydrych

Orthotropic Anisotropic Damage Coupled Modeling of Saturated Porous Rock 329
Y.F. Lu, D.F. Liu

Numerical Evaluation of Effective Transport Properties of Random Cell Models: Two-Point Probability Approach 345
A. Rozanski, D. Lydzba, J. F. Shao

Section 4 Numerical Modeling of T-H-M-C Processes 353

Numerical Analysis of the Desaturation Process at the Argillaceous Tournemire Site (France) 355
J. Maßmann, G. Ziefle, M. Kohlmeier, W. Zielke, H. Shao, A. Rejeb

Numerical Study of the Influence of Fractures on the EDZ around a Nuclear Waste Emplacement Drift 363
X.-T. Feng, J. Rutqvist, P.-Z. Pan

Modeling THM Processes in Rocks with the Aid of Parallel Computing 373
R. Blaheta, P. Byczanski, R. Kohut, J. Starý

Influence of Excavation of Disposal Tunnel on the Near-Field Coupled Thermal, Hydraulic and Mechanical Phenomena 381
M. Chijimatsu, Y.Tsukada, A. Kobayashi, T. Fujita

The Probabilistic Method: An Efficient Tool to Take into Account the Parameters Variability of Modeling for Durability Design Process F Deby, M Carcasses 391
A. Sellier

The Influence of Fractures in the Wall-Block Model Domain in the EDZ using an EPCA Code 399
P.-Z. Pan, X.-T. Feng, X.-H. Huang, H. Zhou

Simulations of the Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Behavior of an Annular Reinforced Concrete Structure Heated up to 200°C 409
M. V. G. De Morais, B. Bary, G. Ranc, S. Durand, A. Courtois

Hydraulic Modeling of Unsaturated Zones Around Three Openings at the Argillaceous Tournemire Site (France) 419
S. Uehara, A. Kobayashi, M. Chijimatsu, Y. Ohnishi, T. Fujita, A. Rejeb

Modeling of Non-Isothermal THM Coupled Processes In Multi-Phase Porous Media 427
W. Wang, H. Shao, O. Kolditz

Scale and Stress Effects on Permeability Tensor of Fractured Rocks with Correlated Fracture Length and Aperture 439
A. Baghbanan, L. Jing

3D Fully Coupled Multiphase Modeling of Ekofisk Reservoir 447
C. Ringlet, R. Charlier, Ch. Schroeder, F. Collin

Evolution of Permeability in Siliceous Rocks by Dissolution and Precipitation Under
Hydrothermal Conditions 457
H. Yasuhara, N. Kinoshita, H. Kurikami, S. Nakashima, K. Kishida

Are Uncertainties on the Spatial Distribution of Rock Properties Influential in Couple
Reservoir/Geomechanical Modeling? 465
T. Hu, F. Fournier, J.-J. Royer

Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Behavior of Concrete at High Temperature 473
C. Melhem, H. Boussa, H. Dumontet

Development of Loads in a Shaft Foundation in Salt Rock due to Seasonal Temperature Changes 481
S. Krug, J. Hesser, H. Shao

An Analytical Model to Calculate the Stress Field Induced by a Thin Axisymmetric Producing Reservoir 489
M. Chertov, M. Thiercelin

Time and Chemical Effects on Rock Sample Failure 499
M. Rinne, B. Shen, T. Backers

Effects of Pore Pressure on Failure Process and Acoustic Emissions of Rock Specimen with Pre-existing Random Imperfections 507
X.B. Wang

Modeling the Three-dimensional Hydraulic Performance of a Prototype Repository System within Fractured Crystalline Rock 517
P. Vardon, H.R. Thomas, P. Cleall

Numerical Simulation of laboratory coupled shear-flow tests for Rock Fractures 525
T. Koyama, T. Tsukahara, L. Jing, H. Kawamura, Y. Ohnishi

Section 5 - T-H-M-C Processes in Durability Mechanics of Concrete and Structures 533

Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete Activation Energy 535
A. Kamen, H. Sadouki

Modeling of Mechanical Behavior of Steel Fibre-Reinforced Concrete in a Chemical Evolution Context 543
G. Camps, A. Turatsinze, A. Sellier, G. Escadeillas, X. Bourbon

A Model for Hydration-Drying Interactions in the Concrete Cover 553
M.D. Nguyen, M. Thiery, P. Belin

Performance Assessment of a Mortar Added with High Calcareous Filler Amounts 563
Y. Benachour, C. A. Davy, F. Skoczylas, H. Houari

Modeling of Isothermal Drying Process in Cementitious Materials 571
M. Thiery, P. Belin, V. Baroghel-Bouny, M. D. Nguyen

Separation of Damage Mechanisms in Concrete at High Temperature 581
C. De Sa, F. Benboudjema, J. Sicard

Experimental Analysis of Concrete Structures Affected by DEF 589
R.-P. Martin, D. Siegert, F. Toutlemonde

Percolation and Early Age Behavior of Concrete 597
L. Stefan, F. Benboudjema, J.M. Torrenti, B. Bissonnette

How can a Crack Opening be Extracted from a Continuous Damage Finite Element Computation? Application for the Estimation of Permeability 605
M. Choinska, F. Dufour, G. Pijaudier-Cabot, A. Huerta, A. Khelidj

Effect of Carbonation on the Hydro-Mechanical Properties of Portland Cement 613
A. Fabbri, J. Corvisier, A. Schubnel, F. Brunet, J. Fortin, B. Goffé, V. Barlet- Gouédard, G. Rimmele, Y. Leroy

Assessing the Long-Term Behavior of a Radioactive Waste Disposal Tunnel with a Damage Model Incorporating Chemical Degradation Effects 621
A. Kobayashi, M. Chijimatsu, T. Fujita, K. Yamamoto

Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Behavior of a Petroleum Cement Paste: Chemical
Degradation Effects 629
I. Yurtdas, S. Xie, J. Secq, N.Burlion, J.-F. Shao, J. Saint-Marc

Experimental Study of Water Desorption and Shrinkage in Mortars and Cement Pastes 637
T. Rougelot, F. Skoczylas, N. Burlion

Section 6 T-H-M-C in Engineering Applications and In-situ Investigations 647

Hydro-Mechanical Response of the Tournemire Argillite to the Underground Openings Excavation: Unsaturated Zones and Mine-by-test Experiment 649
A. Rejeb, K. Ben Slimane, J. Cabrera, J.M. Matray, S. Savoye

The Belgian Supercontainer Concept for Radioactive Waste Geological Disposal 657
S. Poyet

Comparative Simulation Study on THM-induced Changes in Hydrological Properties of Fractured Rock near Nuclear Waste Repositories 669
J. Rutqvist, D. Barr, J.T. Birkholzer, K. Fujisaki, O. Kolditz, Q.-S. Liu, T. Fujita, W. Wang, C.-Y. Zhang

Long-term Response of Near-Field BMT Models around a Deposition Hole by BEM 679
H.S. Lee, M. Rinne, B. Shen

Assessment of Modeling Approaches for Analysis of Coupled THMC Processes in the EDZ of Geological Nuclear Waste Repositories 687
J. Rutqvist, A. Bäckström, M. Chijimatsu, X.-T. Feng, P.-Z. Pan, J. Hudson, L. Jing, A. Kobayashi, T. Koyama, H.-S. Lee, X.-H. Huang, M. Rinne, B. Shen, E. Sonnenthal

Hydro–Mechanical Modeling of Seepage in Gotvand Dam Foundation 697
M. Sharifzadeh, R. Nateghi, M. Kiyani

Atomized Rainfall Effect on Stability of Coupling Hydraulic-Mechanical Unsaturated Rock Slope 707
Q. Ren, W. YXu

Index of Authors 715

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