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Acoustic and Elastic Wave Fields in Geophysics, III, Volume 39 (Methods in Geochemistry and Geophysics)

by Alex A. Kaufman

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Published by Elsevier Science .
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In a travelling wave pressure and particle velocity are in phase, which means the phase angle between the two quantities is zero.. This can be easily proven using the ideal gas law = where is pressure in Pa is volume in m 3 is amount in mol is the universal gas constant with value (). Consider a an acoustic wave propagates through the volume, adiabatic compression and decompression. Chapter 5 – The Acoustic Wave Equation and Simple Solutions () In this chapter we are going to develop a simple linear wave equation for sound propagation in fluids (1D). In reality the acoustic wave equation is nonlinear and therefore more complicated than what we will look at in this chapter.


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Kaufman and A. Levshin, Elsevier, Amsterdam,pp. This book is a continuation of 'Acoustic and Elastic Wave Fields in Geophysics, Part I' published in The second volume is dedicated to propagation of linear plane, spherical and cylindrical acoustic waves in different media.

Chapter 1 is devoted to principles of geometric acoustic in plane wave Edition: 1. This book is dedicated to basic physical principles of the propagation of acoustic and elastic waves.

It consists of two volumes. The first volume includes 8 chapters and extended Appendices explaining mathematical aspects of discussed problems.

The first chapter is devoted to Newton's laws, which, along with Hooke's law, govern the behavior of acoustic and elastic waves. Book chapter Full text access III - Acoustic Two-Way and One-Way Wave Equations Pages Download PDF; Acoustic Inverse Wave Field Extrapolation in Low Contrast Media.

Elastic Inverse Wave Field Extrapolation in High Contrast Media Pages Download PDF. Magnetic field in a nonmagnetic medium. Magnetic field caused by magnetization currents.

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KAUFMAN Colorado School of Mines Golden, CO, U.S.A. and A.L. LEVSHIN University of Colorado Boulder, CO, U.S.A. where is the vector displacement wavefield, is time, is the density, is the body source force, and are the Lamé moduli.

This wave equation assumes a slowly varying stiffness tensor over the imaging space. For isotropic media, one can process the elastic data either by separating wave-modes and migrating each mode using methods based on acoustic wave theory, or by migrating the whole elastic.

Acoustic and Elastic Wave Fields in Geophysics, III, Volume 39 (Methods in Geochemistry and Geophysics) [Methods in geochemistry and geophysics] Alex A. Kaufman, A. Levshin [First edition, hardback ] [ English ].

Fornberg (), The pseudospectral method: comparisons with finite differences for the elastic wave equation, Geophysics,Vol. 52 pp. – Google Scholar 9. Holberg (), Computational aspects of the choice of operator and sampling interval for numerical differentiation in large-scale simulation of wave phenomena, Geophysical.

Get this from a library. Acoustic and elastic wave fields in geophysics. III. [Alexander A Kaufman; Anatoli L Levshin] -- This monograph is the last volume in the series 'Acoustic and Elastic Wave Fields in Geophysics'. The previous two volumes published by Elsevier (, ) dealt mostly with wave propagation in.

Acoustic and elastic wave fields in geophysics, I A. Kaufman and A. Levshin, Elsevier, Amsterdam,pp, ISBN 0 6, Hardback, NLGUS $   Acoustic and Elastic Wave Fields in Geophysics, Part I (Volume 32) (Methods in Geochemistry and Geophysics (Volume 32)) Hardcover – Ma by Avital Kaufman (Author), A.L.

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Levshin. The first row (a and b) is the acoustic simulation; the second row (c and d) is the elastic simulation; the third row (e and f) is the difference between the acoustic and elastic wavefields (a–d), scaled by a factor of (10/3) to show the differences in P-wave amplitudes and the addition of converted S waves in the elastic results; the fourth.

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The comparison of the average energy in the residual signal obtained using acoustic and elastic approximation to the wave equation after 15 iterations (e.g. Figs 2d and e) shows that the elastic approach accounts for ∼10–15 per cent more of the data signal when compared to the acoustically obtained one.

This argues that the choice of. The finite difference (FD) method of monopole source is used to simulate the response of full-wave acoustic-logging in cave formations. The effect of the cave in the formation of borehole full-waves was studied.

The results show that the radius of cave is not only linearly related to the first arrival of the compressional wave (P-wave), but also to the energy of the shear wave (S-wave).Acoustic logging includes those techniques that use a transducer to transmit an acoustic wave through the fluid in the well and surrounding elastic materials.

Several different types of acoustic logs are used, based on the frequencies used, the way the signal is recorded, and the purpose of the log.Ward, Sven Treitel, and Alford, ) but the acoustic wave equations have also been used for geophysical modeling techniques (Alford, Kelly, and Boore, ).

The elastic wave equations are needed to fully account for wave propagation in the seabed but an acoustic wave approximation is often used for seabed sediments when shear velocities are low.