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Dynamic permeability in poroelasticity

James G. Berryman

berryman@sep.stanford.edu

ABSTRACT

The concept of dynamic permeability is reviewed. Modeling of seismic wave propagation using dynamic permeability is important for analyzing data as a function of frequency. In those systems where the intrinsic attenuation of the wave is caused in large part by viscous losses due to the presence of fluids, the dynamic permeability provides a very convenient and surprisingly universal model of this behavior.



 
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7/8/2003