2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For advances in hydraulic fracturing and drilling dynamics.
Emmanuel M Detournay focuses on Mechanics, Fracture mechanics, Geotechnical engineering, Fracture and Plane stress. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Hydraulic fracturing, Structural engineering and Vibration. His research integrates issues of Lubrication theory, Linear elasticity, Toughness and Classical mechanics in his study of Fracture mechanics.
His work on Pore water pressure as part of general Geotechnical engineering research is frequently linked to Depth of cut, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fracture toughness, Stress and Dimensionless quantity in addition to Fracture. Emmanuel M Detournay interconnects Compressibility and Viscosity in the investigation of issues within Plane stress.
Emmanuel M Detournay mostly deals with Mechanics, Geotechnical engineering, Fracture, Drilling and Borehole. Emmanuel M Detournay has included themes like Poromechanics, Structural engineering, Fracture mechanics, Classical mechanics and Toughness in his Mechanics study. His Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Indentation and Stress.
His Fracture mechanics research focuses on Plane stress and how it connects with Compressibility, Newtonian fluid and Linear elasticity. His work carried out in the field of Fracture brings together such families of science as Dimensionless quantity, Hydraulic fracturing, Viscosity, Surface and Fracture toughness. Emmanuel M Detournay works mostly in the field of Drilling, limiting it down to concerns involving Drag and, occasionally, Vibration.
Drilling, Mechanics, Fracture, Directional drilling and Nonlinear system are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Emmanuel M Detournay examines in his Drilling study include Stall and Petroleum engineering. Emmanuel M Detournay has researched Mechanics in several fields, including Lubrication, Lubrication theory, Thrust, Stress and Brittleness.
His Fracture research is included under the broader classification of Geotechnical engineering. He combines subjects such as Compressive strength and Water injection with his study of Geotechnical engineering. His Directional drilling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Marine engineering, Actuator, Control theory and Borehole.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Drilling, Delay differential equation, Directional drilling and Planar. Emmanuel M Detournay undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Mechanics and Isotropy through his research. His study in the field of Rate of penetration is also linked to topics like Open source.
The Delay differential equation study combines topics in areas such as Control engineering, Control theory, Observer, Deep drilling and Trajectory. His Directional drilling research integrates issues from Actuator, Control theory, Robust control, Computer simulation and Borehole. His work deals with themes such as Vertical plane, Kinematics and Geometry, which intersect with Borehole.
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Fundamentals of Poroelasticity
E. Detournay;Alexander H.-D. Cheng.
Analysis and Design Methods#R##N#Principles, Practice and Projects (1993)
Propagation Regimes of Fluid-Driven Fractures in Impermeable Rocks
Emmanuel M Detournay.
International Journal of Geomechanics (2004)
Poroelastic response of a borehole in a non-hydrostatic stress field
Emmanuel M Detournay;A. H.D. Cheng.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (1988)
A phenomenological model for the drilling action of drag bits
E. Detournay;P. Defourny.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts (1992)
Propagation of a penny-shaped fluid-driven fracture in an impermeable rock: Asymptotic solutions
A.A. Savitski;E. Detournay.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2002)
Mechanics of Hydraulic Fractures
Emmanuel M Detournay.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2016)
Limit load in translational failure mechanisms for associative and non-associative materials
A. Drescher;E. Detournay.
The crack tip region in hydraulic fracturing
J. Desroches;E. Detournay;B. Lenoach;P. Papanastasiou.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1994)
A simplified model to explore the root cause of stick–slip vibrations in drilling systems with drag bits
Thomas Richard;Christophe Germay;Emmanuel M Detournay.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2007)
The Tip Region of a Fluid-Driven Fracture in an Elastic Medium
D. Garagash;Emmanuel M Detournay.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2000)
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