Crain's Petrophysical Handbook
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E.R. (Ross) Crain, is a Professional Engineer specializing in the science and application of Integrated Petrophysics. He brings petrophysics, reservoir engineering, geology, and geophysics together in a coherent, easy to understand, rock-physics model using the Log Response Equation and the Shared Earth Model.
To illustrate and teach the utility of Integrated Petrophysics, Ross published Crain's Petrophysical Handbook online as an eLearning resource for geoscientists, engineers, and management.
Based on 60 years of practical, no-nonsense, world-wide consulting experience, the Handbook continues to expand its scope and stay current with evolving technology, including petrophysical applications in the Green Economy.
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- CPH contains 30 chapters, 393 topics (webpages), 1800+ sub-topics, 2800 illustrations, 100s of petrophysical analysis algorithms..
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- 100+ real-world examples and case histories ro learn from.
- Experience counts. Backed by 50+ years of world-wide experience in well-logging, seismic processing, reservoir engineering, project management, software development, and independent petrophysical consulting.
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