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Abstract

Theoretical and experimental results are utilized to estimate reservoir properties (porosity and permeability) distribution from impedance-derived compressional seismic velocities. Empirical relations link ultrasonic velocities to rock properties such as lithology, porosity and permeability at laboratory conditions. A theoretical-based model is employed to incorporate the effects of wave frequency and reservoir conditions (such as pressure, saturation, fluid properties and temperature) into the laboratory velocities-rock properties relations: Therefore, this approach enables us to integrate acoustic measurements from laboratory (ultrasonic) to borehole (sonic) to the reservoir scale.

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1995-05-29
2021-06-22
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