Acoustic / Rock Mechanics

When sonic pulses are introduced into the reservoir, the time taken to travel between fixed points can be measured. The rate at which sound travels is related to the properties of the formation rock and the fluids it contains. This information can be used for porosity estimation, fracture and lithology determination and correlation.

This data can be used in drilling applications (such as pore pressure determination, rock strength calculations, borehole stability analysis) and in geophysical applications (for example time-to-depth seismic correlation and AVO analysis).

PixStar™ High-Resolution Ultrasonic Imaging Service
Greater wellbore coverage to enhance reservoir understanding in all mud types.
QBAT™ Multipole LWD Sonic Tool
Multipole LWD acoustic service capable of delivering accurate shear and compressional velocity measurements up to 175C.
XBAT™ Azimuthal Sonic and Ultrasonic LWD Service
LWD sonic tool with multipole transmitters and four azimuthal receiver arrays along with a 4-pinger acoustic caliper.

Acoustic / Rock Mechanics

Filter By  
Количество записей на странице Show     results per page
  TitleНазвание  DateДата
Related Information

Related InformationДополнительная информация