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Keeping to my "vote only 3 song" format: Wanna know you, Power Fracture, and Surface.
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As far as no blood you can tell by the cubes of glass that broke off that this was most likely a safety glass design similar to car windows that it designed to fracture into less pointy less sharp edged pieces and it may have also been given a surface adhesive like car window glass that helps hold it together in a single broken but flexible mat.
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The goal of hydraulic fracturing is to use pressure, by pumping fluid- 99% water, with additives for various things, to force these fractures open- or to create new fractures along weakness planes- to increase the surface area that the rock has to trickle hydrocarbons into the wellbore from.
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This over-pressurized condition resulted in the invasion, or migration, of natural gas from the annulus of the well into natural fractures in the bedrock below the base of the cemented surface casing.
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This over-pressurized condition resulted in the invasion, or migration, of natural gas from the annulus of the well into natural fractures in the bedrock below the base of the cemented surface casing.
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The usage of surface listening devices would have resulted in easily contaminated data, and while there is no doubt the devices would have read seismic events directly caused by the stimulation itself - there is no way for these surface devices to accurately map the fractures created by the stimulation itself in association with the extent of any downward propagation.
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I do know we have been disappointed in the micro-seismic work we have done as the results tend to be very ambiguous, and often contradictory to well-performance and I would automatically consider, at least in my primary basin, any surface attempts at fracture stimulation mapping to automatically be questionable.
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The statement that "there is no way for these surface devices to accurately map the fractures created by the stimulation itself in association with the extent of any downward propagation" is in my opinion not correct and should be edited from u/PlantedDerp's otherwise informative reply for reason's outlined earlier but which I will be happy to briefly expand upon now.
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Although 3D seismic is achievable from the surface from an exploration standpoint, it is not robust enough to map an active fracture stimulation event due to near surface bed interference typically.
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The acid is there to be neutralized with the minerals, it breaks them down to basically a state where they can flow around the well and come out, and it helps create an etched surface in the fracture to ensure better proppant storage and flowback of the well.
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While there is no doubt the devices would have read seismic events directly caused by the stimulation itself - there is no way for these surface devices to accurately map the rupturing of vertical fractures created by the fracking.
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Has a fair amount of use on it and contains two small 2" surface fractures as pictured.
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Helmets only reduce surface injuries like fractures, lacerations and contusions.
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Water is likely following some permeable layer or set of fractures to depth where it then runs up fault to the surface.
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whatever it is, it is more recent then almost all of the fractures on the surface.
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A knife is able to cut so easily with so little effort because it focuses all the force applied onto a tiny sharpened surface area, a bullet does the same with its rounded cone shape which focuses the impact at the tip and then pushes away the flesh to open the wound.... unless the feather were to hit you at its very tip and not fracture and bend under its own surface properties, I'd probably say it's non-lethal.
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I resisted, arcing my left fist into his teeth, causing one shovel-shaped incisor to fracture, embedding a piece of dental shrapnel in the surface of my hand.
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So if it's been damaged by a fall of significant impact, even one that on the surface doesn't seem to have done anything, that may not protect your noggin due to the imperceptible stress fractures on the shell, for example.
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Heat causes expansion, which could lead to fractures on or below the surface and possibly rockfall danger.
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Fracking diagrams showing producing formations immediately below the water table with fractures extending nearly to the surface are a major pet peeve of mine.
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And the specific stuff here would be Fracture toughness getting critical at the lower surface of the wing.
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Just looks like fractures in the surface of a glacier, to me.
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I would be curious to hear one way or another on this, but based on my mechanics of materials class I thought that it would fracture at the speed of sound in the medium....
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On the surface surely our morals look very different, but just like our bodies evolved so did our morals and clearly there are objective truths to human morals.
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COTA has almost 10 feet of various substrate under the track surface to ensure the track stays smooth as long possible.
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Also people should try Kerbal Space Program at least once; the ships people make early on self-destruct spectacularly, and you get an amazing feeling of accomplishment the first time you leave the atmosphere... up until you come barreling back down toward Kerbin and atomize your ship against the planet surface XD
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Imagine an airplane where most of the interior surfaces had airbags in them.
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Dude they're as good as mainstream, Surface by Aero Chord literally blew up and out of proportion where I live.
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After all the finish is on I very gently wipe the surface in straight lines with another completely dry folded T shirt cut off.
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Sustaining dps is pretty simple, you just alternate between storm's eye and butcher's block combos and keep fracture on.
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The newer Wolfs with the infrared charbroiler actually come with a plate you can insert between the grill surface and the broiler to further dissipiate the heat from the lowest setting, they're that hot.
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The FMJ acts as a lubricant and prevents exposed lead from being left on every surface it touches.
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Until some noob side swipes your Eve space station sending it into a death spiral towards the surface.
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In what other way does the price point of a Surface Pro 3 make a case for a Note 4 being overpriced?
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That will eliminate any chance of the gel caps floating up to the surface which they sometimes do.
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This Scenario can be illustrated with a Cup, a small object (a Die, for example), and a sturdy surface.
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I used to be super passionate about science and writing, and while I still love them it's only surface level nowadays.
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For example they talk about "Fl├Ąche" and want you to translate it to "surface" whilst it's actually more like "area".
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I had a friend mount the wheel in a wood lathe, and I just rubbed some sandpaper on the surface that the bearing presses into.
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Because that's a surface that everyone touches, including people with the flu and shit on their hands.
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Drying protein solution is going leave residue of stretching chains on the surface of skin (making wrinkles less visible).
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I didn't like season 2 my first watch through; the story just was not as interesting on the surface as Season 1.
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It's called "submarining", and it can crush your organs and fracture the lumbar region of your spine.
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Hypothermal skull fractures.
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If not, why would one simple revelation, with no bearing on your current lives together, be enough to fracture something good?
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For skinning, I feel like I notice it a little loss of surface area, but not too significant.
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You just browse the most accessible surface things while never actually digging much into anything.
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Lekgoli that came with the Fleet of Particular Justice took shelter under its surface and reproduced.
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There's something around a 70% failure in healing for these fractures as that area of the foot doesn't have great circulation and bears a lot of weight.
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It's only going to work on surfaces made for it.
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