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Understanding the time-dependent mechanical behavior of rocks is important from various aspects and different scales such as predicting reservoir subsidence due to depletion or proppant embedment. Instead of using the conventional creep tests, nano-dynamic mechanical analysis nano-DMA was applied in this study to quantify the displacement and mechanical changes in shale samples over its creep time at a very fine scale. The results showed that the minerals with various mechanical properties exhibit different creep behavior. It was found that under the same constant load and time conditions, the creep displacement of hard minerals would be smaller than those that are softer. On the contrary, the changes in mechanical properties storage modulus, loss modulus, complex modulus and hardness of hard minerals are larger than soft minerals.
Large projects have a tendency to incorporate scope creep almost by inheritance. The small details of one of the many facets of the project are easily overlooked. In this example, the small details that didn't get planned turned out to be the entire network of a new building. Scope creep is defined as the tendency of a project to grow in scale and complexity as more individuals get involved. It also occurs as the details of the project are presented to the project owners who requested it, usually management, who then say, "Can you also make it do this or that?