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Estimation of depth to potential field sources using the Fourier amplitude spectrum

Tapio RuotoistenmaМ€ki

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Published
**1987**
by Geologian tutkimuskeskus, Available from Govt. Print. Centre in Espoo, Helsinki, Finland
.

Written in English

- Prospecting -- Geophysical methods.,
- Fourier analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Tapio Ruotoistenmäki. |

Series | Bulletin / Geological Survey of Finland,, 340, Bulletin (Geologian tutkimuskeskus (Finland)) ;, 340. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TN269 .R75 1987 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 84 p. : |

Number of Pages | 84 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2477500M |

ISBN 10 | 9516902529 |

LC Control Number | 87210441 |

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Get this from a library. Estimation of depth to potential field sources using the Fourier amplitude spectrum. [Tapio Ruotoistenmäki]. Source depth estimation of self-potential anomalies by spectral methods. cessfully applie d for depth estimation of potential of magnetic sources by means of fourier amplitude spectra.

Estimation of depth to top of magnetic sources using the local-wavenumber approach in an area of shallow Moho and Curie depth — The Red Sea We model the sources of the potential field by a. Feb 01, · Pawlowski () used the Spector and Grant method and derived source depths at 5 and 54 km from the radial power spectrum of the anomaly field.

He used these depth estimates to separate the effects caused by shallow and deep‐seated sources by means of Wiener filtering, assuming that long‐ and short‐wavelength anomalies originate from Cited by: The transform is complex which means that it consists of both amplitude and phase spectrum.

The discrete 2-D Fourier transform is computed using The FFT graph, however, shows the base logarithm (log10) of the amplitude spectrum A T. RuotoistenmäkiEstimation of depth to potential field sources using the Fourier amplitude akikopavolka.com by: 2.

As in the Fourier spectral analysis, the slope of the log power spectrum of the plot of IP(x) versus wavenumber, yields the required depth to the source. Further, the ED is a widely used technique in deriving the depth to source in many cases of potential field particularly magnetic data on the horizontal location of an anomalous akikopavolka.com: A.

Ebrahimi, Narasimman Sundararajan, V. Ramesh Babu. There is an Open Access version for this licensed article that can be read free of charge and without license restrictions. The content of the Open Access version may differ from.

Ground Motion Estimation During Strong Seismic Events Using Matlab. By Margaret Segou. such as the Fourier amplitude spectrum, by using the real function.

Ground Motion Estimation During Strong Seismic Events Using Matlab, Scientific and Engineering Applications Using MATLAB, Emilson Pereira Leite, IntechOpen, DOI: / Author: Margaret Segou.

Mar 27, · Abstract. We present the regional ground-motion prediction equations for peak ground acceleration (PGA), peak ground velocity (PGV), pseudo-spectral acceleration (PSA), and seismic intensity (MSK scale) for the Vrancea intermediate depth Cited by: Aug 27, · Estimation and analysis of global frequency content of a signal, assumed stationary, most often using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT).

Potential field transformations. Process of converting gravity (or magnetic) survey data into a new and physically meaningful form to facilitate its geological interpretation.

Euler and Werner deconvolution. Oct 01, · The downward continuation may be performed by using a number of different approaches.

The most common method used is perhaps the linear transformation obtained by multiplying the frequency response in eq. (1) by the Fourier transform of the potential field at the measurement level and inverse-transforming the result.

This approach has its main Cited by: A square wave is a non-sinusoidal periodic waveform in which the amplitude alternates at a steady frequency between fixed minimum and maximum values, with the same duration at minimum and maximum.

Although not realizable in physical systems, the transition between minimum and maximum is instantaneous for an ideal square wave.

analysis of geophysical potential fields Download analysis of geophysical potential fields or read online here in PDF or EPUB. Please click button to get analysis of geophysical potential fields book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Estimation of depth to magnetic source using spectral analysis The Fourier transform of the potential field due to a prismatic body has a broad spectrum whose peak location is a function of the depth to the top and bottom surfaces and whose amplitude is determined by its density or magnetization (Salako and Udensi, ).

The sources Author: E O Nwogwugwu, K A Salako, T Adewumi, I O Okwokwo. Sep 17, · Hossain and Mamun proved that WF db45 shows the best contrast when they analyzed the sEMG signal using both power spectrum and and the extracted components are invariant to the sign of the sources.

Using this vector-matrix notation, the above mixing model is written as: Merletti R. Sampling, noise-reduction and amplitude estimation Cited by: Sep 09, · Terahertz time-domain spectroscopy (THz-TDS) is a leading method for spectroscopy, imaging and nondestructive testing 1,2 in the frequency range of Cited by: Accordingly, the interpretation of such sources using FFT is not very reliable.

The use of the filon Fourier transform in the spectral analysis of potential field data decreases the distortions in the high-frequency range and thus enables reasonable depth estimates to shallow sources, which are of considerable interest in mineral akikopavolka.com by: 2.

Remanent magnetization and self-demagnetization effects of high-susceptibility body distort the intensity and direction of internal magnetization and hence complicate the inversion and interpretation of magnetic anomaly.

The magnitude magnetic anomaly, which is weakly sensitive to the magnetization direction, provides an indirect way to investigate these complex akikopavolka.com by: 1. The determination of hydrocarbon potentials was carried out using statistical spectral method as a tool for determining depth to magnetic sources.

The average spectrum of the partial values together constitutes the radial spectrum of the anomalous field [17], and [13]. D.C. () Depth Estimation of Magnetic Sources by Means of Fourier Author: Ezekiel Kamureyina. The point spread function (PSF) describes the response of an imaging system to a point source or point object.

A more general term for the PSF is a system's impulse response, the PSF being the impulse response of a focused optical akikopavolka.com PSF in many contexts can be thought of as the extended blob in an image that represents a single point object.

The study of the decaying potential difference as a function of time is now known as the study of induced polarization (IP) in the time domain (figure 1a).

In this method the geophysicist looks for portions of the earth where current flow is maintained for a short time after the applied current is terminated.Apr 01, · Coherent Diffractive Imaging (CDI) is an algorithmic imaging technique where intricate features are reconstructed from measurements of the freely diffracting intensity pattern.

An important goal.It is clear that the transverse resolution is much improved and allows easy separation between the sources and estimation of their relative intensities. However, the SNR is degrading with the increase in depth and frequency as a result of greater thermal attenuation and thus a reduction in signal amplitude and consequently akikopavolka.com by: 1.