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Crack Density Identification From Shear Wave Splitting Parameter Using Model Single Set Aligne Fracture: a Case Study Carbonate Reservoir

Thariq Guntoro, Intan Andriani Putri, Pebrian Tunggal Prakosa, Yulia Putri Wulandari

Indonesian Petroleum Association

...) fluid substitution equation, fluid replacement modeling, and Thomsen (1986) anisotropy parameters were used for shear wave velocity prediction. Vs_fast...


Introduction to Nonlinear Models

Gerard V. Middleton and David M. Rubin

Special Publications of SEPM

... and initial conditions can be very complicated. If the governing equations are lin- flow equation or the wave equation, then it is commonly (though...


Wave and Bottom Sediment Interactions over a Submerged Sand Bank during the Winter Cold-Front Season, Western Louisiana

Daijiro Kobashi, Felix Jose, Gregory Stone

GCAGS Transactions

..., wave/wind erosion, and hurricane over-wash (Penland et al., 1988; Roberts, 1997). One of the possible solutions to prevent coastal land loss...


A Novel Approach for Production Transient Analysis of Shale Gas/Oil Reservoirs

Changdong Yang, Vishal Sharma, Akhil Datta-Gupta, Michael J. King

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... be used as the basis for either numerical or analytic solutions. While numerical solutions are more general, the analytic approach is more readily...


Wave Modeling and Hydrodynamics

J. Ian Collins

Special Publications of SEPM

... and is equation and 50 V the x solved for t longshore the x current period and In the case of bottom contours parallel is needed and wave depth...


Use of Quantitative Fluorescence Measurements in Drilling Operations

H. Zierfuss , D. J. Coumou

AAPG Bulletin

... oil-in-benzene solutions are given in Figure 4. It should be remarked that the measured curves can never correspond exactly with Perrin's equation...


Formation of Ripple Bands in a Wave-Convergence Zone

K. P. Black , T. R. Healy

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... term, F, the wave height equation can be derived in two dimensions assuming wave power is conserved. That is, E ยท cg = 0, (8) where E = 0.125gH2...


Combined P and S Waves Survey for Hydrocarbon Exploration

Basuki Puspoputro

Indonesian Petroleum Association

.... Anno, P.D., 1987, Two critical aspects of shear wave analysis statics solutions and reflection correlation, in Danbom, S.H., and Dominico, S.N....


Eagle Ford Solutions: Critical Log Data, Solutions and Conclusions; #41287 (2014)

Charles H. Smith

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...Eagle Ford Solutions: Critical Log Data, Solutions and Conclusions; #41287 (2014) Charles H. Smith Eagle Ford Solutions: Critical Log Data, Solutions...


G. Non-Normal Incidence Reflections and the Determination of Lithology - Use of Shear Waves and Amplitude with Offset

Norman S. Neidell

AAPG Special Volumes

... Solutions and Event Correlations: Two Critical Aspects of Shear Wave Exploration," Preprint, 53rd Annual Mtg. SEG, Las Vegas, Sept. 11-15, 1983. (5...


Upward and Downward Migrations of Fluids in the Subsurface

Kinji Magara

CSPG Bulletin

.... H., 1963, Concentration changes of pore solutions during the compaction of clay sediments: Jour. Sed. Petrology, v. 33, no. 4, p. 919-930. Fons, L...


Variations in Morphology of Major River Deltas as Functions of Ocean Wave and River Discharge Regimes

L. D. Wright , J. M. Coleman

AAPG Bulletin

... AND RIVERINE PROCESSES Wave Modification and Coastline Equilibrium In general, no single factor plays a greater role in coastline development than does...


Multiscale Seismic Models of Complex Fracture Networks

Richard L. Gibson Jr., Yalchin Efendiev, Judith Chester, Yongchae Cho, Edith Sotelo

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... the equation โˆ’โˆ‡ โˆ™ ๐œ ๐œ™ ! = ๐œ†๐œŒ๐œ™ ! . (3) The boundary condition applied in this problem is ๐œ™ ! = 0. Each solution is a standing wave mode for the cell K...


Self-Similar Evolution of Semi-Infinite Alluvial Channels with Moving Boundaries

Herve Capart, Mourad Bellal, Der-Liang Young

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of geomorphological interest. Governing Equation and Special Solutions Before treating special cases, consider a generic alluvial channel evolving under...


The Threshold of Sediment Movement Under Oscillatory Waves: A DISCUSSION

Ole S. Madsen, William D. Grant

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... = 2/T is the radian frequency and T the period of the oscillation. By comparison with Equation (3) it is seen that the wave friction factor for laminar...


Abstract: Supervirtual S-wave Refraction Interferometry for Converted Wave Statics and Near-Surface S-wave Velocity Model Building; #90224 (2015)

Kristof De Meersman and Yoones Vaezi

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...Abstract: Supervirtual S-wave Refraction Interferometry for Converted Wave Statics and Near-Surface S-wave Velocity Model Building; #90224 (2015...


Discrete Fracture Network Generation Using Microseismic Data from a Single Monitoring Well

Xin Yu, Jim Rutledge, Scott Leaney, Chris Chapman

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... constraints from the fault plane solutions estimated from the single-well microseismic data using a multi-event moment tensor inversion (ME-MTI...


Pore-Pressure Prediction in the Permian Basin Using Seismic Prestack Inversion

Colin Sayers, Lennert den Boer

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... it, the pressure exerted by fluid inside the rock opposes compaction, reducing the wave velocity. Measurable effects of stress change, including compaction...


Phase Field Approaches to the Kinetic Modeling of Hydrate Phase Transitions

Bjorn Kvamme, Atle Svandal, Trygve Buanes, Tatyana Kuznetsova

AAPG Special Volumes

... solutions under conditions typical to underwater natural-gas-hydrate reservoirs. We show that the size of the critical fluctuations (nuclei) is comparable...


Wave Climate and Littoral Sediment Transport, Northeast Gulf of Alaska

Dag Nummedal, Michael F. Stephen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... ยท Pi,m (4) Deep water wave power for each of the eight compass directions was computed according to equation 4 from SSMO tabulated Pi,m'S and ri,j's...


Abstracts: S-wave Attenuation within the Weathering Layer of an Alberta Heavy Oil Field; #90173 (2015)

Kristof De Meersman

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.... A general North-South trend is observed with lower Q values (more S-wave attenuation) in the North where muskeg-type soils dominate. Introduction...


An Assessment and Calibration of Formulations for Bagnold's Bedload Equation

J. Hardisty

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... the excess velocity formulation of Equation 8 which submerges the important concept of available stress in the general third power term. Experimental...


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