Proposed Moduli of Dry Rock and Their Application to Predicting Elastic Velocities of Sandstones
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Description: Original publisher: Reston, Va.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2005. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)61191863 Subject: Sandstone -- Fluid dynamics. Excerpt: ... J'Ui aUa - a (c) (c) t a 1/2 - Ua a 1 iO'auaA ' aAAa Comparison between the predicted S-wave veloc-ity, which is calculated from the P-wave velocity and porosity using the dry rock moduli from the proposed equation, and the measured well-log velocity at the Alpine-1 well, North Slope of Alaska., porosityY T, P-wave velocity. (c) 1 iO'a yaAj' 1/2 oAAa Measured and predicted S-wave velocities for dry rocks. Measured velocities are shown as line-circle-line. Line-dot-line indicates the predicted S-wave velocity AT A using s equation 7, and line-star-line represents for the predicted S- wave velocity using equation 7 with 1., Unconsolidated dry sediment measured by Domenico A1977A. ', Semiconsolidated dry rock measured by Gregory A1976A., porosityY T, P-wave (c) velocityY and are the Biot coefficients for the P-wave p s velocity and S-wave velocity, r
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