Wave in Fluids

Wave in Fluids - Geol 4068 Class presentation to accompany...

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Unformatted text preview: Geol 4068 Class presentation to accompany reading of Chapter 2- Waves in Fluids Elements of 3D Seismology , 2nd Edition by Christopher Liner September 6, 2005 Juan M. Lorenzo Outline What is a Fluid? Elastic Moduli Acoustic Solution to the Wave equation Density Velocity Outline What is a Fluid? Elastic Moduli Acoustic Solution to the Wave equation Density Velocity Fluid (no shear strength) Porous solid (Solid+fluid -BIOT THEORY) Solid (shear strength and high and finite resistance to compressibility TYPES OF SEISMIC MATERIALS Outline What is a Fluid? Elastic Moduli Acoustic Solution to the Wave equation Density Velocity Key Physical Parameters of the Acoustic Wave Equation P V = (Pa) P V V =- Bulk Modulus or modulus of incompressibility o P o V Key Physical Parameters of the Acoustic Wave Equation P V = (Pa) P V V =- Bulk Modulus or modulus of incompressibility f P f V f o P P P- = ref...
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course GEO 4068 taught by Professor Lorenzo during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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