Statistical Analysis of Ultrasonic Logging Data
Data from ultrasonic well logging are used to rock type a section on the basis of elastic properties, to study the nature of seismic interfaces and to construct synthetic seismograms [1–4]. Descriptions of equipment, survey methods, and the results of the reduction of ultrasonic logging data have been given in references [5, 6]. However, these references do not contain a statistical evaluation of the accuracy of the data obtained. Such an evaluation is of considerable merit, particularly in the use of ultrasonic logging data for theoretical calculations.
KeywordsSandstone Shale Petrol Lithology Geophysics
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