Influence of oil saturation upon spectral induced polarization of oil-bearing sands: IP signature of oil in sand

@inproceedings{Schmutz2010InfluenceOO,
  title={Influence of oil saturation upon spectral induced polarization of oil-bearing sands: IP signature of oil in sand},
  author={Michael Schmutz and Andr{\'e} Revil and P. Vaudelet and Michael Lee Batzle and P. Femen{\'i}a Vi{\~n}ao and Douglas D. Werkema},
  year={2010}
}
SUMMARY The induced polarization model developed recently by Revil and Florsch to understand the complex conductivity of fully saturated granular materials has been extended to partial saturation conditions. It is an improvement over previous models like the Vinegar and Waxman model, which do not account explicitly for the effect of frequency. The Vinegar and Waxman model can be considered as a limiting case of the Revil and Florsch model in the limit where the distribution of relaxation… CONTINUE READING
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