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Correlation of Tube Wave Events with Open Fractures in Fluid-Filled Boreholes.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
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|Contributions||Huang, C., Hunter, J.|
Furthermore, the theory demonstrates that Stoneley mode attenuation may be used to characterize permeability of fractures in situations where fracture zones act as thin permeable horizons (Tang et a!., ) that might not be detected using the low-frequency Stoneley wave (tube wave) reflection method described by Hornby et a!., (). One of the boreholes has been equipped with a subsurface observatory dedicated in situ experiments for monitoring water–rock interactions and microbial processes in sterile, artificial basaltic glass and in olivine granules. With temperatures ranging from 25 to ∘C, the subsurface observatory provides a precise geothermal window into an.
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Geoexploration, 22() Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Printed in The Netherlands THE TUBE-WAVE METHOD OF ESTIMATING IN-SITU ROCK FRACTURE PERMEABILITY IN FLUID-FILLED BOREHOLES C.F. HUANG and J.A. HUNTER Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, do Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A OE8 (Canada) Geological Cited by: They have, however, useful applications: tube waves can be generated by compressional waves at fluid-filled cracks crossing the wall of the borehole.
In this case the permeability of the fracture zone can be estimated from the amplitude ratio of the incident P wave and the generated tube by: The correlation of tube wave events with open fractures in fluid-filled borehole.
Current Research, Part A. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper KREY, T.C. Channel waves as a tool of applied. Experiment and theory indicate that tube-wave amplitude can be related to the fluid conductivity of fractures.
For example, Paillet (, b) shows that the interval-integrated tube-wave amplitude deficit (the shaded area indicated in Figure b) correlates with independent measurements of fracture-fluid conductance. A tube wave is a body wave which travels from an external source to a receiver well and gets converted at a borehole (e.g.
Mo & Harris ; Wu & Harris ).In our case both the Pand S-waves are. The process of porosity and permeability creation in rock masses through increased pore pressure is important in many areas of geoscience, particularly for engineered geothermal sysytems.
In this p. The examples presented in this work consider fluid-filled boreholes (radius m) located inside a fast or slow formation, as studied by Ellefsenwith the properties listed in Table 1. Frequency and time results are displayed. The amplitude of the time plots is normalized in relation to the maximum amplitude result presented.
Fracture seismic uses signals that can be viewed as the harmonic modes of fluid filled fractures embedded in the upper crust (Liang et al, ). After the resonances are initiated and while there is a continued input of energy, these fracture-length-and aperture-controlled modes of fluid-filled fractures can continue resonating for many.
The wave guide is the annulus between the logging tool and the borehole wall. They are also called tube waves or Stoneley tube waves Acoustic Transmission Modes from a Monopole Sources 7.
Tube waves, also called Lamb waves or "water hammer", are the low frequency component of the Stoneley wave (in theory, the zero frequency component). Borehole strings and chains; Buried grids; Downhole networks and arrays; Vertical arrays; VSP In the broadest sense, borehole networks and arrays are assemblies of geophysicalinstruments placed in.
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID) Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country. The diameter of the sonde varies from /8 t /4 inches, depending on o the tool selected. It is run in fluid-filled, open holes ranging from 6 t 18 o o inches in diameter at logging speeds of 30 t 80 ft/min.
Measurement of interval transit time is. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. 3rd & Goal 牛人昊昊 Cal Johnstone Salah Al-Budair Hope Chapel Maui Juice 90 Book and Author Series - BA Series Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library.
Before constructing access boreholes, the size of the down-hole tools, and whether they can work in cased or uncased boreholes or in air- or fluid-filled boreholes, should be determined. Remote sensing Remote sensing represents a wide spectrum of techniques relating to optical, infra-red and radar imaging, predominantly from orbiting.
This phenomenon is often called a sound wave but also as a compressional wave, a longitudinal wave, or a P-wave. The latter designation will be used most often in this book. Figure illustrates. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now.
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/ Bakulin, A. / Kashtan, B. / Troyan, V. / European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers |. Fluid-filled fractures and fissures often determine the pathways and volume of fluid movement. They are critically important in crustal seismology and in the exploration of geothermal and hydrocarbon reservoirs.
We introduce a model for tube wave scattering and generation at dipping, parallel-wall fractures intersecting a fluid-filled borehole.
Heterogeneity causes scattering, which results in attenuation and dispersion. Fluid-filled fractures have several attenuation mechanisms that arise because of the viscosity of the fluid (Budiansky and O'Connell, ). At the highest (megahertz) frequencies, energy losses caused by laminar flow dominate.
There is an Open Access version for this licensed article that can be read free of charge and without license restrictions. Tube-Wave-Related Repeatability Diagnostics for Cross-Well Time-Lapse Seismic.
(Therefore Potentially Conductive) Faults and Fractures through Statistical Correlations in Production and Injection Rates and Coupled.EPA March Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells by: Linda Aller, Truman W.
Bennett and Glen Hackett Bennett & Williams, Inc. Columbus, Ohio Rebecca J. Petty Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Groundwater Columbus, Ohio Jay H. Lehr and Helen Sedoris National Water Well Association .Open pitting, aided by the savings from bulk handling of large daily tonnages (say >30 kt), has led to a trend towards the large scale mining of low grade orebodies.
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