Rock physics investigations using pressure oscillations
Knowledge of hydraulic and poroelastic properties is essential for simulating fluid flow in porous media. Accurate constraints on these properties have impacts on production forecasts and economics. Traditionally, transport and poroelastic properties are measured separately using, for example, the pulse-decay method to measure hydraulic transport properties, static strain measurements for elastic properties, and pore volumometry for storage capacity. In addition to time, the separate set of measurements require either multiple samples or subjecting the same sample to multiple tests. I modified ...
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