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Abstract

In a viscoelastic sample, the causality principle links the attenuation of a stress wave to the changes in its speed as the frequency varies. This rigorous theoretical link helps explain the velocity-frequency dispersion and attenuation commonly observed in rocks with fluid. Usually, the attenuation is maximum in the frequency range where the velocity change is most rapid.

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2005-06-13
2022-11-30
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