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Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Denver, Colorado, 12-14 August 2013
Thermal shock occurs when a material's temperature is changed over a short period of time such that constituent parts of the material deform by different amounts. The deformation of material due to thermal load can be manifested through strain and stress. As the temperature diffuses from hydraulic fracture into reservoir, the temperature changes with x coordinate and the stress/strain can be obtained from the Equation (6). Once the stress at any point exceeds the strength of material, the bodydoi:10.1190/urtec2013-153 fatcat:55gjd4ynkbawvo6fpnpl3uacme