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Paper presented at the SPWLA 6th Annual Logging Symposium (Volume I), May 4–7, 1965
Paper Number: SPWLA-1965-A
... BEAM S-WAVE I S - WAVi REFRACTED BEAMS REFRACTED BEAMS FIG. I REFLECTION, REFRACTION AND MODE CONVERSION OF P-WAVE AT (A) SOLID/SOLID INTERFACE (B) LIOUID/SOLID INTERFACE INCIDENT 3 When medium 1 is a liquid and medium 2 is a solid, as shown in Figure 1 (B), there is no reflected shear wave since...
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Paper presented at the 2005 SEG Annual Meeting, November 6–11, 2005
Paper Number: SEG-2005-0320
... wave reflection coefficient w/respect to angle and viscosity. Figure 3: P-P wave reflection coefficient w/respect to viscosity for varying angles of incidence for a gas-water interface. Solid curves incorporate the effect of the Biot slow wave; the dashed curve is for the conventional Zoeppritz...
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Paper presented at the 1985 SEG Annual Meeting, October 6–10, 1985
Paper Number: SEG-1985-0357
..., Exact solution of the reflection and refraction of ar- bitrary spherical compressional waves at liquid-liquid interfaces and at solid-solid interfaces with equal shear velocities and equal densities: Geophys. Prosp., 10, 35. Cagniard, L., 1939, Reflexion et refraction des ondes seismiques pro- gressives...
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Paper presented at the 1992 SEG Annual Meeting, October 25–29, 1992
Paper Number: SEG-1992-1282
... elastic media are usually described in displacement or potential with separate formulae depending on the boundary conditions such as solid-solid, liquid-liq- uid, free surface etc., less attention has been paid to united formulae. Notice that solid-solid interface is the most complicated situation at non...
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Paper presented at the 2007 SEG Annual Meeting, September 23–28, 2007
Paper Number: SEG-2007-1720
... of porous media: Editions Technip. Carcione, J. M., 2001, Seismic wave fields in real media: Pergamon Press, Inc. Deresiewicz, H., and J. T. Rice, 1962, The effect of boundaries on wave propagation in a liquid-filled porous solid: III. Reflection of plane waves at a free plane boundary (general case...
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Paper presented at the ISRM International Symposium, August 30–September 2, 1989
Paper Number: ISRM-IS-1989-036
... is then equal to the sum of the direct wave between transmitter and receiver through the liquid, the reflected wave at the interface and the refractions from the porous medium. The emitting and receiving transducers are located in the liquid above the rock as shown in figure 9. liquid " porous solid Figure 9...
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Paper presented at the 1985 SEG Annual Meeting, October 6–10, 1985
Paper Number: SEG-1985-0359
...., 1980, Quantitative s ismology: Theory and Methods: 1, W. H. Freeman, 212. Bortfeld, R., 1962, Exact solution of the reflection and refraction of ar- bitrary spherical compressional waves at liquid-liquid interfaces and at solid-solid interfaces with equal shear velocities and equal densities: Geophys...
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Paper presented at the 1982 SEG Annual Meeting, October 17–21, 1982
Paper Number: SEG-1982-0169
... that boundary conditions for a liquid-solid interface are nor the same as for a solid-solid inter- face with the shear modulus of one medium equal to zero. Com- puting solutions using the latter scheme will give stable but inaccurate results. The reflectivity method solves this equation for laterally homo...
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Publisher: BHR Group
Paper presented at the 18th International Conference on Multiphase Production Technology, June 7–9, 2017
Paper Number: BHR-2017-071
... to be refractive-index-matched in order to minimise optical distortions at the liquid-liquid interface. In liquid-liquid systems, Conan et al. [21] and Morgan et al. [20] matched the refractive indices of the fluids using a water-glycerol solution as the aqueous phase; however, the resulting high viscosity...
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Paper presented at the 6th World Petroleum Congress, June 19–26, 1963
Paper Number: WPC-10046
... to an input Dirac function is given by I ( t ) = (i + ~ t ) - ~ / 2 , where x = sb/C. Theoretical peak amplitude of refracted (head) wave [F(t)zlmax for Perqex i n water plotted against x 2.2 Experimental Results Experiments were made with three types of medium. A liquid-liquid medium, a liquid-solid medium...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 28–May 1, 1973
Paper Number: OTC-1792-MS
... of discrete layers, each layer being a homogeneous viscoelastic solid. A recurrence relation is developed to eliminate potentials in the intermediate solid layers. After applying boundary conditions at the liquid-solid interface, the acoustic response is expressed as an improper integral. The recurrence...
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Paper presented at the SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control, February 24–26, 2016
Paper Number: SPE-178978-MS
..., or even solid particles. As mentioned above, in order to prepare an emulsion, oil, water, a surfactant, and energy are required. This can be determined from the amount of the energy needed to expand the interface, ΔAγ (where ΔA is the increase in interfacial area when the bulk oil with area A 1...
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Paper presented at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Resources Conference, June 27–30, 2010
Paper Number: SPE-132616-MS
... pressure of the liquid inside the drop and which has, consequently, the shape of a spherical cap of radius R. A planar interface, in the region where the drop adheres to the solid surface and the liquid interface is different in nature from a free surface. It is clear that at the microscopic scale (0...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 62nd Annual Logging Symposium, May 17–20, 2021
Paper Number: SPWLA-2021-0058
... Liquid/Solid Interface, Journal of the Acoustical Society Technical Conference and Exhibition, 30 September 2 of America, vol. 113, issue 1, p. 73 83. October 2019, SPE-196126-MS. Wanniarachchi, W. A. M., Ranjith, P. G., Perera, M. S. Malehmir, R., Kazemi, N., and Schmitt, D. R., 2017, An A., Lyu, Q...
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Paper presented at the Drilling and Rock Mechanics Symposium, January 14–15, 1969
Paper Number: SPE-2397-MS
... resulting waves at the liquid- ~olid may be computed from knowledge of solid interface. A dilatational wave, :he dilatational (P-wave) and shear (S- P2, is reflected back into the liquid rave) velocities of the solid. The dy- with an angle of reflection) c+. Two la~ic values of elastic properties...
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Paper presented at the The Seventh International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, May 25–30, 1997
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-97-390
...., YIAHNESKIS, M., 1986 A refractive-index matching technique for solid/liquid flows, p.335. Third International Symposium on Applications of Laser Anemometry to Fluid Mechanics. [6] PFORTE, H., 1989 Feinoptiker. VEB Verlag Technik Berlin. [7] STIEGLMEIER, M., 1994 Halbleiter-Laser-Doppler-Anemometer tinter...
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Paper presented at the 1991 SEG Annual Meeting, November 10–14, 1991
Paper Number: SEG-1991-1587
... p i p Cl P Receiver sin i = Cy/C Fig. 1. Excitation of nongeometrical waves at a liquid/liquid interface. Source is in the high- velocity halfspace (c)cl). P - direct (geomet- rical) arrival, P* - pseudospherical wave, P - leaking wave. Fig. 2. Synthetic seismogram for transmission through a solid...
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Paper presented at the 1982 SEG Annual Meeting, October 17–21, 1982
Paper Number: SEG-1982-0313
... reservoir characterization fluid mode bed boundary boundary condition waveform real axis integration wave propagation phenomenon Logging 1 120 t FIG. 2. Pressure waveforms for model consisting of sandstone overlying shale. The interface is 75 cm below the source. grid lines (one for the liquid part...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 26th Offshore Symposium, April 6–7, 2021
Paper Number: SNAME-TOS-2021-15
... section is full of water, and I is the local intensity measured when cavitation occurs in the test section. As shown in the plot, the maximum void fraction is around 85% locating at the interface between liquid and vapor zones, with the measurement uncertainty of about 2% [18]. Figure 7: Sketch...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 8–10, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-159869-MS
... is the Hamaker constant between two phases (1 and 2) in a given medium (3). As an example, the phases can be gaseous (1) and solid (2) and the medium can be oil (3). The Hamaker constant can be calculated from the following relation using Lifshitz theory ( Prieve and Russel, 1988 ): Abstract The average...

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