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Detournay and Cheng (1993) use yet another deﬁnition, putting 1/Kφ = 1/K − 1/(Ks vs ), where vs is the volume fraction of the solid phase. A Review of the Linear Theory of Anisotropic Poroelastic Solids 1 ∂V εkk 1 , =− =− Ks V0 ∂p Δσij =−Δpδij Δp 1 ∂Vφ 1 v − v0 1 , =− =− Ks Vφ0 ∂p Δσij =−Δpδij v0 Δp 1 ∂Vs 1 vs − vs0 1 . =− =− Ks Vs0 ∂p Δσij =−Δpδij 1 − v0 Δp 29 (86) (87) (88) The fact that these moduli are deﬁned as properties of a representative macroscopic rock sample implies in particular that Ks is to be viewed as an average bulk modulus of a skeleton body which in general may be quite heterogeneous and may also contain ﬂuid inclusions.

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Moreover, dividing (106) by (105) and using (80), we obtain Ku Sσ = (107) K Sε as a further useful relationship and counterpart of the well-known thermodynamic relation cp /cv = κT /κS between the ratio of the speciﬁc heats at constant pressure and volume and the ratio of the isothermal and adiabatic compressibilities. Corresponding results for the diﬀerences between the Poisson ratios ν and νu and Young’s moduli E and Eu may now be obtained by expressing K (Ku ) in terms of G and ν (νu ) in (106)15 .