Natural and artificial fractures from hydraulic and/or chemical stimulation of high temperature (>100°C) on low permeability crystalline rock
are the main conduits to transfer heat to land surface by circulating water through the fracture network via injection and production boreholes.
Determination of fracture conductivity and fracture aperture versus closure stress are important for fracturing design and establishing safe
Fracture Conductivity Capability
Fracture Conductivity tests provide measurements as a function of:
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