Sensitivity analysis of fluid substitution in a porous medium with aligned fractures
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We study the effect of fluid substitution in a porous fractured medium using explicit expressions developed for aligned fractured medium. We investigate the effect of porosity and water saturation on (1) P-wave moduli, (2) horizontal and vertical velocities, (3) anisotropic parameters, and (4) reflection coefficients. Effects of fracture density on these four parameters are also analyzed. The systematic variations of the moduli and reflection coefficients reported in this paper can thus be used in developing AVO with azimuth in a porous fractured reservoir.
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