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Published by Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg, Miss .
Written in English


  • Blasting.,
  • Seismic waves.,
  • Rock mechanics.

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Statementby Joseph R. Curro, Jr., Paul F. Hadala, Glenn B. Landers ; prepared for U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
SeriesMiscellaneous paper - U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station -- S-78-4., Miscellaneous paper (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) -- S-78-4.
ContributionsHadala, Paul F., Landers, Glenn Berry.
The Physical Object
Pagination39, [3] p.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15566132M

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Seismic attenuation tests at the Portsmouth, Ohio, Gaseous Diffusion Add-On site: final report / By Joseph R. Curro, author. Glenn Berry Landers and author. Paul F. Hadala. Abstract. Cover es bibliographical references (page 39).Mode of access: Internet. minations of shear and Young ’ s moduli for the Portsmouth. Ohio, gaseous diffusmn add-on site: MISC. paper S US Non-invasive seismic testing is performed at 6 bridge sites in Windsor. Seismic attenuation and its variation with location within the Earth are useful for determining the type and state of the rocks and minerals composing the Earth. In addition to providing information on a physical property, research in seismic attenuation has also been strongly motivated by . I. Sumita, M. Bergman, in Treatise on Geophysics (Second Edition), Inner Core Attenuation and Scattering. Knowledge of seismic attenuation in the inner core could give earth scientists considerable insight into the nature of the inner core, but at present, the depth and frequency dependence of the seismic quality factor in compression Q α or in shear Q β remain uncertain.

"Seismic Attenuation Tests At The Portsmouth, Ohio, Gaseous Diffusion Add-On Site", Miscellaneous Paper S, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Ms. intrinsic attenuation. This article concentrates on the measurement of intrinsic attenuation from recordings of seismic waves at great distance. Scattering attenuation Scattering attenuation is not energy loss to heat or random motions on the scale of atoms, but rather elastic energy that is scattered and redistributed into directions away from the. seismic noise elimination 2. The combined use of low-cut filter and projective and F-K filter for detecting, separating and eliminating impulsive and swell noise 3. Using Radon Multiple Attenuation module for modelling and eliminating random noise. Introduction Proper pre-migration noise attenuation is.   Seismic attenuation is in rocks is proportional to frequency, the higher-frequency components of propagating seismic waves are more attenuated than the lower-frequency components. Q is sensitive to clay volume, pressure, saturation, and fracture, therefore seismic attenuation can be used for lithology discrimination.

• Seismic attenuation: attribute of waves propagating in the earth. Quality factor Q: ratio of stored energy to dissipated energy • Rock properties: rock type, mineralogy porosity, pore fluid, saturation, Purpose of this study Find relationships between attenuation & rock properties W W Q 2 π 1 Δ. For anyone interested in Ohio's natural history, this video offers a brief look at the geologic origins of many scenic wonders that dot the Ohio landscape. From striking rock formations to dynamic lakes and rivers to world-famous fossil beds, our state features a complex geology that inspires a sense of awe and carries a legacy of science and lore. High-altitude view of the San Francisco Bay region showing surface traces of the Hayward and Calaveras faults. The Hayward fault was the source of two large earthquakes in and that caused surface rupture along as much as 64 km of its trace. Cut out pre-arrival nose and ground roll. Gain recovery: “turn up the volume” to account for seismic attenuation. Accounting for geometric spreading by multiplying the amplitude with the reciprocal of the geometric spreading factor. Accounting for anelatic attenuation by multiplying the traces by exp t, where is the attenuation constant.