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      Prediction of Archie’s cementation factor from porosity and permeability through specific surface

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      GEOPHYSICS
      Society of Exploration Geophysicists

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          Based on Archie’s cementation factor as measured on North Sea chalk and on published data, we explore how the cementation factor depends on other physical properties of the chalk. A relationship between cementation factor and specific surface with respect to bulk volume is obtained for chalk. This leads to how Archie’s cementation factor may be predicted from porosity and permeability for chalk as well as for sandstone. A common relationship between cementation factor and specific surface with respect to bulk volume calculated from porosity and permeability is obtained. As an alternative, the [Formula: see text]-factor in Archie’s equation is related to specific surface with respect to bulk volume, but the relationship is less clear than the simple relationship between cementation factor and specific surface.

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                Journal
                GEOPHYSICS
                GEOPHYSICS
                Society of Exploration Geophysicists
                0016-8033
                1942-2156
                March 2008
                March 2008
                : 73
                : 2
                : E81-E87
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Technical University of Denmark, Department of Environment and Resources, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark. .
                Article
                10.1190/1.2837303
                49333a34-a20c-418c-9da7-f7b320263cc8
                © 2008
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