effective stress


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effective stress

[ə¦fek·tiv ′stres]
(geology)
The average normal force per unit area transmitted directly from particle to particle of a rock or soil mass. Also known as effective pressure; intergranular pressure.

effective stress

In prestressed concrete, the stress remaining in the tendons after loss of prestress has occurred.
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The effective stress is gradually increasing with formation fluid production, which led to reservoir deformation, and porosity and permeability decrease.
[18] introduced that a phase transformation of sand appeared due to cyclic loading in effective stress form as presented in Figure 3.
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To reveal the mechanism of influence of a positive tool rake angle on the machined surface finish, the effective stress field of the cutting zone was determined out by finite element analysis, and then, the crack initiation and propagation path in the cutting zone were predicted based on the effective stress field.
If injected C[O.sub.2] induce too high fluid pressure, the induced stresses will exceed the summation of least principal effective stress and tensile strength and affect irreversible mechanical displacements of storage rock, reactivating natural fractures or creating additional fractures.
The simulations examined several hemodynamic and biomechanical parameters in order to address the effect of the patch or primary suture in the carotid bifurcation, including effective stress, flow patterns, time-averaged WSS (TAWSS), and OSI.
The thermomechanical response of saturated porous rock under the influences of temperature, effective stress, and rock fracture offers great significance for field work.

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