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AbstractThe drilling-related geomechanics requires a better understanding of the encountered formation properties such as poroelastic parameters. This paper shows set of laboratory results of the dynamic Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio, and Biot's coefficient for dry and water-saturated Istebna sandstone samples under a series of confining pressure conditions at two different temperatures. The predicted results from Wyllie's equation were compared to the measured ones in order to show thedoi:10.1007/s11600-021-00543-3 fatcat:v6mgzzqxa5ettmfdor2e75ksgu