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Summary

Existing pore-pressure methods are empirical or semi-empirical relations that predict pore-pressure in clastic rocks. However, these methods produce inaccurate results in carbonate rocks because the mechanism of pore-pressure generation in carbonate rocks is different from that in clastic rocks (Atashbari and Tingay, 2012). Pore-pressure variation causes small changes in the P-wave velocity of carbonate rock. In this work we present Pore-pressure prediction using frequency data from multi-resolution analysis.

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2019-05-19
2019-12-08
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