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Abstract

One major cause of the attenuation and dispersion of elastic waves in porous fluid-saturated rock is the wave-induced flow. It refers to the flow of fluid which occurs when a passing wave sets up localized pressure gradients between regions of rock having different compliances. This can occur when a rock contains heterogeneities in mineral grains, porosity, permeability, and/or saturating fluid.

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2005-06-13
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