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1. The thermoporoelastic response of fluid-saturated porous rocks around a wellbore has been widely studied, with more elaborate formulations such as dual porosity and multiple-porosity models developed to provide more precise descriptions.

2. Local thermal non-equilibrium (LTNE) can have an effect on the thermoporoelastic response of fractured dual-porosity media, and various models have been developed to account for this effect.

3. Analytical solutions for fully coupled thermos-hydro-mechanical (THM) models in fractured formations with dual porosity and LTNE assumptions are lacking, but can be obtained using linearized equations and numerical Laplace inversion. Heat transfer coefficients can be calibrated using the Kozeny-Carman equation, and specific surface values can help determine whether LTE or LTNE assumptions are appropriate.

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