The Continuous Wave Technique (CWT) methodology was introduced in 1996 by IKU Petroleum
Research (now SINTEF Petroleum Research) as a method for measuring the acoustic
velocities on small core samples, including in particular shale drill cuttings.
The CWT technology is a fast and inexpensive method of measuring the ultrasonic
wave velocity on samples as small as sub-millimeter in thickness. This instrument
can be used at the rig site or in the laboratory.
By your continued use of our website you agree to Core Lab's usage of cookies. More Information