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Nagao: Study on enhanced methane hydrate recovery by using high pressure giant unit for methane hydrate analyses (HiGUMA), Proc. 5th Comprehensive Symposium on Methane Hydrate (CSMH-5 2013), 54-55 (2013) (in Japanese).AcknowledgementsThis study was financially supported by the Research Consortium for Methane Hydrate Resources in Japan (MH21 Research Consortium) in the Japan research. By further understanding the mechanical y to continue mechanical behavior. In this paper, I am thankful to the members of the Reservoir Simulator Team, including researchers Dr. Jun Yoneda, Dr. Jun Katagiri, and Dr. Kuniyuki Miyazaki, as well as the people of MH21.