Journal of Physics Research
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Research from M.G. Markov and co-researchers in the area of earth sciences published
October 27th, 2009
According to recent research from Mexico, "The problem about the refraction of elastic waves at the interface of two half-spaces (rocks) filled with immiscible fluids is solved with the use of modified boundary conditions of the dynamics of saturated porous media [Nagy and Nayfeh, 1995]. The solution is obtained within the framework of the Frenkel'-Biot theory with allowance for the surface tension at the interface of fluids for a porous medium formed by two half-spaces, which differ only in the properties of the fluids filling them."
"Practically important cases of the reflection from the fluid-gas (water-air) and fluid-fluid (oil-water) interfaces are considered in...
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Source: Journal of Physics Research (2009-10-27)