José M. Carcione mainly investigates Wave propagation, Biot number, Mineralogy, Mathematical analysis and Mechanics. José M. Carcione has researched Wave propagation in several fields, including Poromechanics, Porous medium, Superposition principle and Equations of motion, Classical mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Isotropy and Differential equation in addition to Porous medium.
His Biot number study combines topics in areas such as Longitudinal wave and Viscoelasticity. He has included themes like Porosity, Pore water pressure and Anisotropy in his Mineralogy study. His Mechanics research includes elements of Phase velocity, Attenuation, Seismic wave and Acoustic wave.
José M. Carcione mainly investigates Wave propagation, Attenuation, Mechanics, Mineralogy and Mathematical analysis. His Wave propagation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plane wave, Group velocity, Equations of motion, Classical mechanics and Fourier transform. In his work, Isotropy and Viscoelasticity is strongly intertwined with Anisotropy, which is a subfield of Attenuation.
His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Poromechanics, Transverse isotropy and Longitudinal wave. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Porosity, Pore water pressure and Oil shale. His work deals with themes such as Porous medium and Differential equation, which intersect with Biot number.
José M. Carcione mostly deals with Attenuation, Porosity, Mechanics, Wave propagation and Mineralogy. His Attenuation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mathematical analysis, Biot number, Dispersion, Fluid dynamics and Ultrasonic sensor. His study focuses on the intersection of Biot number and fields such as Seismic wave with connections in the field of Pore water pressure.
His Mechanics research includes themes of Partially saturated, Boundary value problem and Correspondence principle. His research investigates the connection with Wave propagation and areas like Poromechanics which intersect with concerns in Dissipation and Plane wave. The concepts of his Mineralogy study are interwoven with issues in Tight oil, Relative permeability and Lithology.
José M. Carcione mainly focuses on Wave propagation, Mechanics, Porosity, Attenuation and Mineralogy. His Wave propagation study incorporates themes from Ellipsoid, Mathematical analysis, Partially saturated and Fourier pseudospectral method. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Plane, Boundary value problem and Plane wave.
His study looks at the relationship between Porosity and fields such as Permeability, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. José M. Carcione works mostly in the field of Attenuation, limiting it down to topics relating to Ultrasonic sensor and, in certain cases, Water saturation, Tight oil and Scanning electron microscope. Anisotropy, Illite, Kaolinite and Clay minerals is closely connected to Relative permeability in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mineralogy.
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Wave fields in real media : wave propagation in anisotropic, anelastic, porous and electromagnetic media
José M Carcione.
Wave Fields in Real Media: Wave Propagation in Anisotropic, Anelastic and Porous Media
José M. Carcione.
Wave propagation simulation in a linear viscoacoustic medium
José M. Carcione;Dan Kosloff;Ronnie Kosloff.
Geophysical Journal International (1988)
P-wave seismic attenuation by slow-wave diffusion: Effects of inhomogeneous rock properties
José M. Carcione;Stefano Picotti.
Seismic modelingSeismic modeling
José M. Carcione;Gérard C. Herman;A. P. E. ten Kroode.
Hybrid modeling of P-SV seismic motion at inhomogeneous viscoelastic topographic structures
Peter Moczo;Erik Bystrický;Jozef Kristek;José M. Carcione.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1997)
Bottom-simulating reflectors: Seismic velocities and AVO effects
José M. Carcione;Umberta Tinivella.
Wave propagation in anisotropic linear viscoelastic media: theory and simulated wavefields
J. M. Carcione.
Geophysical Journal International (1990)
Elastic velocity models for gas-hydrate-bearing sediments - a comparison
Shyam Chand;Tim A. Minshull;Davide Gei;José M. Carcione.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
Viscoacoustic wave propagation simulation in the earth
Jose M. Carcione;Dan Kosloff;Ronnie Kosloff.
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