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Electrical Properties (Focused Current and Spontaneous Potential) Logging

  • Lee M. Etnyre

Abstract

In this chapter I continue the discussion of resistivity logging with focused current resistivity tools and the natural borehole potential or spontaneous potential (SP) log.

Keywords

Apparent Resistivity Spontaneaus Potential Undisturbed Zone Hybrid Scale Drill Stem Test 
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