Applicability of velocity—stress relationships based on the dual porosity concept to isotropic porous rocks

@article{Pervukhina2010ApplicabilityOV,
  title={Applicability of velocity—stress relationships based on the dual porosity concept to isotropic porous rocks},
  author={Marina Pervukhina and Boris Gurevich and David N. Dewhurst and Anthony F. Siggins},
  journal={Geophysical Journal International},
  year={2010},
  volume={181},
  pages={1473-1479}
}
SUMMARY Exponential increase of seismic velocities with effective stress has usually been explained by presence of pores with a broad distribution of aspect ratios. More recently, a stress-related closure of soft pores with a narrow distribution of compliances (e.g. grain contacts) has been suggested to be sufficient to explain such exponential stress dependency. This theoretical interpretation has been verified here using laboratory measurements on dry sandstones. On the basis of these… Expand
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