Effect of Stress Magnitude and Stress Rate on Elastic Properties of the Reservoir Rocks
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We studied the effect of stress magnitude and stress rate on elastic properties of the reservoir rocks. We designed and developed experiments to study: (i) the dynamic and static elastic moduli of reservoir rocks, (ii) quantifying the effects of wave’s amplitude on the longitudinal and transverse velocities in porous media, and (iii) anisotropy of sandstone subjected to stress in dry and saturated statuses.
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