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Axial stress around vertical wellbore
Axis of a deviated borehole from an arbitrary origin
Bulk modulus (using Lame)
Bulk modulus (using Poisson's ratio and Lame's constant)
Bulk modulus (using Poisson's ratio and shear modulus)
Change in pore volume due to initial water and rock expansion
Cohesive strength of rocks
Compressibility of a coalbed methane formation
Effect of pore pressure on stress
Effective stress on individual grains
Failure criteria (Mohr-Coulomb)
Formation compressibility by using hydrofrac data
Fracture conductivity
Fracture gradient (Eaton)
Fracture gradient (Holbrook)
Fracture gradient (Matthews and Kelly)
Fracture gradient (Zoback and Healy)
Fracture pressure (Hubert and Willis)
Fracture volume (GDK method)
Fracture volume (Perkins and Kern method)
Fracture width (GDK method)
Fracture width (Perkins and Kern method)
Hoek and Brown criteria for principal stress failure
Horizontal effective stress (assuming no lateral strain as per Lorenz and Teufel)
Horizontal maximum stress (Bredehoeft)
Induced fracture dip
Initial effective horizontal stress
Isothermal compressibility of limestones (Newman correlation)
Least principal stress as function of depth in Gulf of Mexico (Hubbert and Willis)
Least principal stress as function of depth in Gulf of Mexico (Matthew and Kelly)
Linearized Mohr failure line
Linearized Mohr coulomb criteria
M Modulus (using shear modulus and bulk modulus)
M Modulus (using Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio)
Maximum anisotropic failure stress
Maximum compression at vertical wellbore
Maximum normal stress in tangential direction at wellbore wall (hoop stress)
Maximum plane tangential stress acting on deviated wellbore (1)
Maximum principal stress failure (Hoek and Brown)
Maximum principal stress in normal faulting
Maximum principal stress in reverse faulting
Maximum principal stress in strike-slip faulting
Maximum principal stress calculation using breakout width
Minimum compression at vertical wellbore
Minimum normal stress in tangential direction at wellbore wall (hoop stress)
Maximum plane tangential stress acting on deviated wellbore (2)
Modified lade criterion
Normal stress in radial direction near wellbore
Normal stress in rock at failure
Normal stress in tangential direction at wellbore wall (hoop stress)
Normal stress in tangential direction near wellbore (hoop stress)
Pore pressure increase due to fluid activity (Mody and Hale)
Pore pressure increase due to given fluid activity contrast (Mody and Hale)
Pore pressure of shale (Flemings)
Pore pressure of shale (Traugott)
Porosity irreversible plastic deformation occurs
Pressure required to induce a tensile fracture (breakdown pressure)
Pressure to grow fractures (Abe, Mura, et al.)
Radial stress around vertical wellbore
Ratio of pore pressure change to original due to depletion
Rotation of maximum principal stress near wellbore
Rotation of maximum principal stress near wellbore (Zoback \ Day-Lewis)
Shale compaction
Shear modulus
Shear modulus from Young's modulus
Shear stress near vertical well
Slowness of the formation
Storativity of fractures
Stress at edge of wellbore breakout
Stress component near normal faulting in reservoir
Stress components in original coordinate system in depletion drive
Stress intensity at tip of mode I fracture
Stress path (induced normal faulting)
Stress path of reservoir with changes in production
Stress perturbation (Segall and Fitzgerald)
Subsidence due to uniform pore pressure reduction in free surfaces
Unconfined compressive strength of rock
Velocity of bulk compressional waves
Velocity of compression waves
Velocity of shear waves
Yield strength (Bingham plastic model)
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