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Rheology and wave propagation by J. M. Carcione (OGS) firstname.lastname@example.org
Page: 2 Shot gather Distance (m) Distance (m) Depth (m) Geological model Seismic exploration
Page: 5 Poro-elasticity
Page: 6 Strain energy - Stress-strain relation
Page: 7 Jacketed test
Page: 8 Unjacketed test
Page: 9 Elastic moduli
Page: 10 Gassmann modulus
Page: 11 Gassmann modulus- variation of fluid content
Page: 12 Gassmann modulus - Examples
Page: 13 Gassmann modulus - Examples
Page: 14 Gassmann modulus - Examples
Page: 15 Gassmann modulus - Fluid substitution
Page: 16 Kinematics of the porous medium
Page: 17 Dissipation and equations of motion
Page: 18 The waves
Page: 19 Visco-elasticity
Page: 20 Burgers model
Page: 21 Burgers model - stress-strain relation
Page: 22 Burgers model - Creep function
Page: 23 Mechanical models Maxwell Kelvin-Voigt Zener
Page: 24 Zener model - Creep function
Page: 25 Zener model - Relaxation function
Page: 26 Zener model - velocity and attenuation
Page: 27 Maxwell model - creep and relaxation
Page: 28 Memory variable
Page: 29 Viscoelastic equations
Page: 30 Anisotropy
Page: 31 Stress-strain relation
Page: 32 Triclinic media (21)
Page: 33 Transversely-isotropic media (5)
Page: 34 Orthorhombic media (9)
Page: 35 Monoclinic media (12)
Page: 36 Anisotropy - eigenstrains - attenuation iso
Page: 37 Anisotropy - Kelvin-Christoffel matrix
Page: 38 Anisotropy - Slowness-Wavefronts
Page: 39 Anisotropy and attenuation
Page: 40 Relevant references
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