Stepwise inversion method for determining anisotropy parameters in a horizontal transversely isotropic formation
The anisotropy of a geologic formation can reflect the direction of fractures and ground stress, which is an important metric that guides the exploration and development of oil and gas reservoirs. Cross-dipole acoustic logging is the main method used to detect anisotropy with borehole geophysics. In...
|Published in:||Applied geophysics, Vol. 16, No. 2 (2019), p. 233-242|
|Other Involved Persons:||;|
|Item Description:||This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos.: 11574347, 11774373, 11734017 and 91630309 and the PetroChina Innovation Foundation) (No.: 2016D-5007-0304). Song Yun-Hong Ph.D. study at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her main research directions are new forward and inversion methods of acoustic logging. Corresponding author: Chen Hao, researcher. His main research direction is new logging methods and petrophysics.|
|QR Code:||Show QR Code|