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• ...ac{\partial^2 P}{d x^2} = \left(\frac{\rho}{k}\right) \frac{\partial^2 P}{\partial t^2} [/itex] ...rtial^2 \rho}{d x^2} = \left(\frac{\rho}{k}\right) \frac{\partial^2 \rho}{\partial t^2} [/itex]
362 bytes (52 words) - 16:38, 29 December 2017
• ...k; also related to the mineralogy, porosity, pore fluids, temperature, and pressure.<ref name=":5">Hart, B., 2011, An Introduction to Seismic Interpretation: A ...saturation gas filled reservoir from fizz gas, a reservoir which contains partial gas saturation.
14 KB (2,046 words) - 11:21, 28 December 2020
• ...ac{\partial^2 P}{d x^2} = \left(\frac{\rho}{k}\right) \frac{\partial^2 P}{\partial t^2} [/itex] ...rtial^2 \rho}{d x^2} = \left(\frac{\rho}{k}\right) \frac{\partial^2 \rho}{\partial t^2} [/itex]
362 bytes (52 words) - 10:04, 26 March 2018
• # Operate on the pressure wavefield ''P'' and inverse transform in ''z'' to obtain the differential e ...^2}+\frac{\partial^2P}{\partial z^2}-\frac{1}{v^2(x,z)}\frac{\partial^2P}{\partial t^2}=0,[/itex]|{{EquationRef|12}}
7 KB (959 words) - 18:47, 15 May 2018
• ...in sedimentary rocks. It is the initial form of hydrocarbons, but heat and pressure cause a portion of the kerogen to be converted into a soluble form, bitumen ...d TOC% found in organic-rich shales tend to be highly anisotropic due to a partial alignment of already anisotropic clay minerals and bedding-parallel laminat
10 KB (1,526 words) - 19:01, 30 November 2018
• ...quad} {\mathrm{\varepsilon}} _{zz} =\frac{{\mathrm{\partial}} w}{{\mathrm{\partial}} z}. ...artial}} v}{{\mathrm{\partial}} x} +\frac{{\mathrm{\partial}} u}{{\mathrm{\partial}} y},{\quad} \hbox{and so on for }{\mathrm{\varepsilon}} _{yz}\hbox{ and }{
10 KB (1,327 words) - 12:17, 14 February 2019
• ...no longer escape. If it is at a depth of 2.00 km, what velocity and fluid pressure would you expect? If at a depth of 3.00 km? ...gradient due to the rock overburden is about 22.5 MPa/km. The differential pressure gradient is therefore approximately 12 MPa/km.
6 KB (815 words) - 14:30, 4 March 2019
• ...a variable range of depth from 7,100 to 11,000 ft<ref name=platin />. High pressure zones are developed in this zone which creates risks in drilling activities ...ured depth can be detected since we can see from this figure that the over-pressure zone will not fit the trend line.]]
12 KB (1,862 words) - 13:32, 25 November 2019

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