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Compaction of coarse-grained sediments, II. Edited by George V. Chilingarian and Karl H. Wolf

Compaction of coarse-grained sediments, II. Edited by George V. Chilingarian and Karl H. Wolf

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sediments and sedimentation,
  • Diagenesis

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsChilingarian, G.V., Wolf, K.H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 471.2 C736 1976
    The Physical Object
    Pagination808 p. ill., maps
    Number of Pages808
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21998525M
    ISBN 100444411526

    the present book it is not a crippling de-fect, but it does mean that the value of the GEORGE L. COWGILL Department ofAnthropology, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts Compaction of Coarse-Grained Sediments, II. George V. Chilingarian and Karl H. Wolf, Eds. Elsevier, New York, x, pp. Compaction models shown by porosity versus depth of burial. Inter-relationship for shales and argillaceous sediments: Different curves. Modified after Fig. 17 of Rieke and Chilingarian () .

    G.V. Chilingarian: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Compaction, in geology, decrease of the volume of a fixed mass of sediment from any cause, commonly from continual sediment deposition at a particular site. Other causes include wetting and drying of sediments in the subsurface, which promotes clay mineral changes and granular reorientations, and the extraction of groundwater or petroleum from certain sediments, which also leads to granular.

    Compaction of coarse grained sediments is a function of the mechanical strength of the grains. Well sorted quartz rich sandstones are more compressible than well sorted fine grained quartz sand. G.V., and WOLF, K.H., eds., Compaction of coarse- Evidence for relatively fast sedimentation with an abundant sediment supply includes the massive bedding with little evidence of bioturbation.


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(78) Book review Full text access Compaction of coarse-grained sediments, II (developments in sedimentology, 18 B): George V. Chilingarian and Karl H. George V. Chilingar, Karl H. Wolf Diagenesis is a highly developed, interdisciplinary field of study. It is reciprocal in that it borrows from numerous scientific or technological specialities and then, in turn, repays them with useful results.

Edited by K.H. Wolf, G.V. Chilingarian. Vol Pages iii-viii, () Download full volume. Karl H. Wolf, George V. Chilingarian. Pages Download PDF. Chapter preview Marl/Limestone Alternations, And Dissolution (Clay) Seams by Unstable Chemical Compaction Of Argillaceous Carbonates.

Thomas Dewers, Peter Ortoleva. Pages. The effect of compaction on various properties of coarse-grained sediments. In: Compaction of coarse-grained sediments, I, eds.

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Velde - Clays and Clay Minerals in Natural and Synthetic Systems. George V. Chilingar The present volume is an intellectual agglomeration covering a variety of topics in diagenesis. It starts with the diagenesis of marine pore waters and soft-sediment deformations, followed by two chapters on sandstones - one on climatic influence in terrestrial sandstone diagenesis and the other on the deep-sea.

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edited by A. Alfer, John L. Margrave, and A. Nowick, provides an up-to-the-yearsummaryofsomeoftheissues ofcon-cern to thoseinvolved in thestudyofdiffu-sion.

It has both the advantages and the disadvantages of a multiauthored volume. What one gains in breadth by having a numberofviewpoints represented is partly offset by a lack of unity.

Compaction may be defined as the process by which the sediment volume is reduced and the sediment density increased. Sediments change their physical properties after deposition due to the stress from the overburden (gravitational compaction) and as a result of biological or chemical reactions involving dissolution and precipitation of minerals.

This paper presents a model of acoustic wave propagation in unconsolidated marine sediment, including compaction, using a concept of a simplified sediment structure, modeled as a binary grain-size sphere pack.

Compressional- and shear-wave velocities and attenuation follow from a combination of Biot’s model, used as the general framework, and two viscoelastic extensions resulting in complex.

The present volume continues the philosophy of gathering contributions on diagenesis on behalf of those requiring such periodic literary surveys, namely, academics and practitioners (teachers, researchers, and oil and ore explorationists).

The PDL value at any z-coordinate represents the compaction of the sediment column underlying z from time of deposition to yrs BP and its integral over z gives the total compaction.

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.The variation of the coefficient of earth pressure in normally consolidated and overconsolidated soil and the effect of soil compaction on the change of the horizontal effective stress are discussed based on cone penetration test (CPT) data.

A method is outlined for estimating the increase in the effective earth pressure based on sleeve friction measurements.This book discusses how sediments compact with depth and applications of the compaction trends. Deviation from the normal compaction trends modeled may indicate abnormal pressure scenarios, providing complete instructions for the log usage during compaction trend analysis.