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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


Hydraulic-Fracture-Height Growth Under the Combined Influence of Stress Barriers and Natural Fractures

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Three-Dimensional Effects of Reservoir Depletion on Hydraulic Fracture Propagation

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Apparent Toughness Anisotropy Induced by Roughness of in Situ Stress: A Mechanism that Hinders Vertical Growth of Hydraulic Fractures and Its Simplified Modeling

OnePetro

Hydraulic-Fracture-Height Growth Under the Combined Influence of Stress Barriers and Natural Fractures

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Understanding distributed fiber optic sensing response for modeling of signals

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Modeling Distributed Fiber Optic Sensor Signals Using Computational Rock Mechanics

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Applicability of Virtual Crack Closure Technique for Simulating Hydraulic Fractures Breaking Through Stress and Stiffness Barriers

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