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will be held in Trondheim, Norway between 29 May - 2 June 2017.
The workshop will be organized by Professor Rune Holt of SINTEF and NTNU.
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The workshop will focus on contributing to a better understanding of how fluid injection/ substitution or diffusion in the subsurface affects the pore/effective pressure, micro-seismic activity, rock strength, and the potential for faulting and fault reactivation. The committees have gathered contributions from both laboratory experimentation and field studies on reservoir rocks such as sandstones or carbonates, and tighter rocks such as granites.
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Technical program of the 78th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Vienna, Austria is now available on EAGE homepage. There are a total of five rock physics sessions combining both oral and poster from contributors in academia, research institutes and industry from around the world. Check out:
Tuesday 31 May 2016 (Morning): Rock Physics I: Oral
Tuesday 31 May 2016 (Afternoon): Rock Physics (A): Poster
Wednesday 1 June 2016 (Morning): Rock Physics II: Oral
Wednesday 1 June 2016 (Afternoon): Rock Physics III-Interpretation & Stress Dependency: Oral
Thursday 2 June 2016 (Morning): Rock Physics IV - Carbonate and Source Rock: Oral
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Transversely isotropic acoustics: Does anyone know a reason for difference between Vsv(90) and Vs(0)
The usual case is that Vsv(90) equals Vs measured in the bedding-normal direction, but more than once it was found to be different. Couldn't find a satisfactory treatment. Have any Ideas?
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Thomson's parameters for anisotropy
In case if we do not have core plugs and also unable to find Thomson's parameters during seismic data processing, how can we calculate these ones (eta, epsilon etc.) from sonic log? Please share your views, literature and numerical formulas. Thanks
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What are unresolved issues in rock physics?
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Measurements of elastic and electrical properties of an unconventional organic shale under differential loading
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