Abstract

The Hanai-Bruggeman equation is applied to a model of a conductive rock matrix immersed in water. The result is a general two-component equation which relates the electrical properties of a formation to the electrical properties of the rock matrix and the water at any frequency. The low-frequency limit is compared with previous theoretical and experimental work on sand formations.--Modified journal abstract.

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