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Abstract

Summary

A multi-band measurement techniques system has been designed and built at CNPC rock physics lab. From measured Young’s modulus and Poisson ratio, the velocities in rock samples can be obtained. In order to verify our system, we use two tests (Aluminum and Lucite) to demonstrate the performance of the multi-band measurement techniques system. Tests with two consolidated sandstone samples, we measured and compared the properties under different confining pressures and partially water-saturated conditions, to investigate the influence of pressure and water-saturation on the multi-band dispersion.

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2016-05-31
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