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Summary

Based on the poroelastic media wave equation, the conversion relationship between measurable rock physical parameters and Biot parameters is proposed. On this basis, the geological model of natural gas hydrate is established, and the forward simulation is carried out by finite difference method. The influence of variation of gas hydrate saturation on reflection wave energy and formation absorption is further analyzed.

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