Multi-Scaled Structural Spatio-Temporal Analytics for the Evolution of Geology According to A. Einstein Formula

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Multi-Scaled Structural Spatio-Temporal Analytics for the Evolution of Geology According to A. Einstein Formula

September 2, 2021 Science and Technology 0

The authors provide scientific support for a new theoretical concept of geo-exploration activities, as well as geo-physical and geo-mechanical models for the Cis-Ural region’s unconventional technically viable oil deposits. In light of geophysical synergy and petro-migration, the research proposes a heterogeneous balanced volumetric geomechanical model for the structural massif of mountain rock post-sedimentation. In the process of searching for and exploring hydrocarbon fields, as well as large-scaled building of surface and subsurface equipment, well drilling, the paper also presents a set of extra studies for seismic, tectono-physical, geological, and geophysical information. geo-dynamic research, geo-hydrogeological simulation of their development stages, and their completion The authors looked at how mountain massifs and wells change their stress-deformed status as a result of their subsurface operations. They also looked at the stress fields in the Zhiguli dislocation and the Cis-Ural area for large-scaled reef development. The inertia-capillary law of movement conservation (by Darcy-Stokes) and stress-deformed status of square compaction and structural packing of geo-physical rhythms have been scientifically proven by the authors. Filtration, petroleum migration diffusion, and mass transfer (Bessel’s ray-path and Gaussian distribution). The group of authors have combined filtration as per Darcy and diffusion of structural-topological dislocation of impulses as per Euler with mobile neo-tectonics in porouscavernous-fractural media based on the solution of equations related to number of movements (of the Navier-Stokes type) for deformed porous media and conjugated seismic emission of various mass transfer structures in the form of a system based on the solution of equations related to number of movements (of hydrocarbons.

Author (S) Details

Vyacheslav Popkov
Samara State Technical University, Russia.

Alexander Shterenberg
Samara State Technical University, Russia.

Vladimir Gusev
Samara State Technical University, Russia.

Andrey Tyutyaev

Samara State Technical University, Russia.

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