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Propagation of pore pressure diffusion waves in saturated dual-porosity media (II)
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A mechanism has been established for pressurediffusionwaves in dual-porosity media. Pressurediffusionwaves are heavily damped with relatively low velocities and short wavelengths. The characteristic frequency dominates the attenuation behavior of pressurediffusions and separates wave fields into two asymptotic regimes: relaxed and unrelaxed. Characteristic delay times control the pressurediffusion between the matrix and the fractures. The transition zones in wavelength and attenuation peak shift toward high frequencies when the characteristic delay time decreases. In contrast, the transition zones in both phase and group velocity shift toward low frequencies as the characteristic time of the delay increases. In a spatially dependent diffusivity field, the pressurediffusionwaves in dual-porosity media obey an accumulation-depletion law.
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