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Stress Intensity Factor Determination for Three-Dimensional Crack Using the Displacement Discontinuity Method with Applications to Hydraulic Fracture Height Growth and Non- Planar Propagation Paths

By Farrokh Sheibani and Jon Olson

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Farrokh Sheibani and Jon Olson (May 17th 2013). Stress Intensity Factor Determination for Three-Dimensional Crack Using the Displacement Discontinuity Method with Applications to Hydraulic Fracture Height Growth and Non- Planar Propagation Paths, Effective and Sustainable Hydraulic Fracturing Rob Jeffrey, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/56308. Available from:

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