A generalization is presented of the facts concerning the kinematics of interference waves propagating along a well casing and along a column of boring fluid for various models of the well, types of contacts on the boundaries of the cylindrical layers, and elastic parameters of the casing and the surrounding medium.
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Burago, N.A., Ibatov, A.S., Krauklis, P.V. et al. Dispersion of tube and lamb waves recorded in acoustic logging. J Math Sci 20, 2401–2407 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01087286
- Surrounding Medium
- Elastic Parameter
- Lamb Wave
- Interference Wave