Utah FORGE: Milford Triaxial Test Data and Summary from EGI labs

Abstract

Six samples were evaluated in unconfined and triaxial compression, their data are included in separate excel spreadsheets, and summarized in the word document. Three samples were plugged along the axis of the core (presumed to be nominally vertical) and three samples were plugged perpendicular to the axis of the core. A designation of "V"indicates vertical or the long axis of the plugged sample is aligned with the axis of the core. Similarly, "H" indicates a sample that is nominally horizontal and cut orthogonal to the axis of the core. Stress-strain curves were made before and after the testing, and are included in the word doc. The confining pressure for this test was 2800 psi. A series of tests are being carried out on to define a failure envelope, to provide representative hydraulic fracture design parameters and for future geomechanical assessments. The samples are from well 52-21, which reaches a maximum depth of 3581 ft +/- 2 ft into a gneiss complex.

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DOE Project Name: Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy: Milford, UT
DOE Project Number: EE0007080
DOE Project Lead: Lauren Boyd
DOI: 10.15121/1406605
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Mar
2016
Data from March, 2016
Submitted Mar 25, 2016

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Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah


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geothermal, triaxial, testing, egi, forge, egs, fracture, stress, compression, permeability, utah, milford, test, horizontal, Moore, GNS, sample, data, vertical, geomechanics, geomechanical, Utah FORGE, core, strain, core data, resource, characterization, well data, Roosevelt Hot Springs, 52-21

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