Migration Imaging of the Transient Electromagnetic Method

Migration Imaging of the Transient Electromagnetic Method

Nov. 16 2016 | ISBN-10: 9811027072 | 139 Pages | PDF | 5.48 mb

Authors: Li, Xiu, Xue, Guoqiang, Yin, Changchun
Offers an in-depth examination of transforming principles and methods for the TEM wave field, as well as the characteristics of the TEM virtual wave field
Shares valuable tips and insights into compression width of pseudo wave, synthetic aperture and 3D migration imaging
Explains how to realize the continuation imaging at the curved surface

This book is based on more than a decade of research the authors have pursued on the pseudo-seismic migration imaging of the transient electromagnetic method, and provides a series of important findings on the theory and applications in this area. It present and analyzes transforming principles, TEM wave field methods, characteristics of the TEM virtual wave field and studies on many significant related technologies. The coverage is supplemented by a wealth of 1-D, 2-D and 3-D figures to illustrate pseudo-seismic theory. The book offers a valuable resource for teachers, students, researchers and engineers in the fields of geophysics, earth exploration and information technology.

Number of Pages
IX, 139
Number of Illustrations and Tables
21 b/w illustrations, 67 illustrations in colour
Additional Information
Jointly published with Science Press,Beijing,2016
Geophysics / Geodesy
Natural Hazards
Geophysics and Environmental Physics



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