Abstract

Concurrent measurements of compressional and shear wave velocities were conducted as functions of temperature on two sandstone and seven carbonate samples subjected to simulated overburden and pore fluid pressures. On the average, the compressional wave velocities decreased by 1.7 percent and the shear wave velocities by 0.9 percent for a 100 degrees C increase in temperature.

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