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Poroelastic modeling of seismic boundary conditions across a fracture
S Nakagawa, MA Schoenberg
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (2), 831-847, 2007
822007
Shear-induced conversion of seismic waves across single fractures
S Nakagawa, KT Nihei, LR Myer
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 37 (1-2), 203-218, 2000
762000
Preferred orientation and elastic anisotropy of illite-rich shale
HR Wenk, I Lonardelli, H Franz, K Nihei, S Nakagawa
Geophysics 72 (2), E69-E75, 2007
742007
Laboratory seismic monitoring of supercritical CO2 flooding in sandstone cores using the Split Hopkinson Resonant Bar technique with concurrent x-ray Computed Tomography imaging
S Nakagawa, TJ Kneafsey, TM Daley, BM Freifeld, EV Rees
Geophysical Prospecting 61 (2), 254-269, 2013
712013
Geophysics at the interface: Response of geophysical properties to solid‐fluid, fluid‐fluid, and solid‐solid interfaces
R Knight, LJ Pyrak‐Nolte, L Slater, E Atekwana, A Endres, J Geller, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 48 (4), 2010
562010
Electrical and seismic response of saline permafrost soil during freeze-Thaw transition
Y Wu, S Nakagawa, TJ Kneafsey, B Dafflon, S Hubbard
Journal of Applied Geophysics 146, 16-26, 2017
462017
Two-dimensional finite-difference seismic modeling of an open fluid-filled fracture: Comparison of thin-layer and linear-slip models
C Wu, JM Harris, KT Nihei, S Nakagawa
Geophysics 70 (4), T57-T62, 2005
442005
Frictional effects on the volumetric strain of sandstone
KT Nihei, LB Hilbert Jr, NGW Cook, S Nakagawa, LR Myer
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 37 (1-2), 121-132, 2000
352000
Plane wave solution for elastic wave scattering by a heterogeneous fracture
S Nakagawa, KT Nihei, LR Myer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115 (6), 2761-2772, 2004
322004
Plane wave method for elastic wave scattering by a heterogeneous fracture
S Nakagawa, KT Nihei, LR Myer
32*2003
Laboratory measurements of guided-wave propagation within a fluid-saturated fracture
S Nakagawa, S Nakashima, VA Korneev
Geophysical Prospecting 64 (1), 143-156, 2016
302016
Acoustic resonance characteristics of rock and concrete containing fractures
S Nakagawa
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.(LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States), 1998
291998
Viscoacoustic wave form inversion of transmission data for velocity and attenuation
T Watanabe, KT Nihei, S Nakagawa, LR Myer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115 (6), 3059-3067, 2004
272004
Hydraulic fracturing experiments at 1500 m depth in a deep mine: Highlights from the kISMET project
CM Oldenburg, PF Dobson, Y Wu, PJ Cook, TJ Kneafsey, S Nakagawa, ...
Proceedings, 42nd Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford …, 2016
25*2016
Three-dimensional elastic wave scattering by a layer containing vertical periodic fractures
S Nakagawa, KT Nihei, LR Myer, EL Majer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (6), 3012-3023, 2003
252003
Stop-pass behavior of acoustic waves in a 1D fractured system
S Nakagawa, KT Nihei, LR Myer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 107 (1), 40-50, 2000
252000
A rock-physics investigation of unconsolidated saline permafrost: P-wave properties from laboratory ultrasonic measurements
S Dou, S Nakagawa, D Dreger, J Ajo-Franklin
Geophysics 81 (1), WA233-WA245, 2016
242016
Frequency-dependent seismic anisotropy in fractured rock
W Yi, KT Nihei, JW Rector, S Nakagawa, LR Myer, NGW Cook
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 34 (3-4), 349 …, 1997
231997
TOUGH–RBSN simulator for hydraulic fracture propagation within fractured media: Model validations against laboratory experiments
K Kim, J Rutqvist, S Nakagawa, J Birkholzer
Computers & Geosciences 108, 72-85, 2017
222017
Intermediate-scale hydraulic fracturing in a deep mine-kISMET project summary 2016
CM Oldenburg, PF Dobson, Y Wu, PJ Cook, TJ Kneafsey, S Nakagawa, ...
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.(LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States), 2016
222016
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