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Fig. 3

From: Elastic wave velocity and electrical conductivity in a brine-saturated rock and microstructure of pores

Fig. 3

Compressional and shear wave velocities in a dry rock sample AJG50 are shown as a function of confining pressure. The letter beside a compressional wave velocity represents the propagation direction. The first letter beside a shear wave velocity is the oscillation direction and the second letter the propagation direction. Z-direction is parallel to the axis of the cylindrical sample. X- and Y-directions are perpendicular to Z-direction and mutually orthogonal

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