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Title Three-dimensional electromagnetics [electronic resource] / edited by Michael Oristaglio, Brian Spies
Imprint Tulsa, Okla. (8801 South Yale St., Tulsa OK 74137-3175) : Society of Exploration Geophysicists, c1999
book jacket
Descript electronic text (xii, 709 p.) : ill. (some col.), digital file
Series Geophysical developments series ; no. 7
Geophysical development series ; v. 7
SEG Digital Library
Note "SEG Digital Library"--Website
Includes bibliographical references and index
1. Three-dimensional transient electromagnetic modeling : a user's view -- pt. 1. Integral-equation modeling -- 2. Transient diffusive electromagnetic field computation : a structured approach based on reciprocity -- 3. Integral-equation method for modeling transient diffusive electromagnetic scattering -- 4. Physical expansion functions for electromagnetic integral-equation modeling -- 5. Electromagnetic modeling with surface integral equations -- 6. A volume-surface integral equation for electromagnetic modeling
pt. 2. Finite-difference modeling -- 7. Consistent discretization of electromagnetic fields and transient modeling -- 8. 3-D conductivity models : implications of electrical anisotropy -- 9. Staggered grid for Maxwell's equations in 3-D anisotropic media -- 10. Finite-difference modeling of 3-D EM fields with scalar and vector potentials -- 11. Speed and accuracy in 3-D resistivity modeling
pt. 3. Inversion -- 12. Joint 3-D electromagnetic inversion -- 13. A new algorithm for 3-D nonlinear electromagnetic inversion -- 14. Iterative algorithm for 3-D microwave imaging -- 15. Parameter estimation for 3-D geoelectromagnetic inverse problems -- 16. Three-dimensional quasi-linear electromagnetic modeling and inversion -- 17. Approximate sensitivities for multidimensional electromagnetic inversion -- 18. Linearized 3-D electromagnetic vector wave inversion -- 19. Theoretical inverse problems for 3-D electromagnetic fields
pt. 4. EM and parallel computers -- 20. Electromagnetic modeling and inversion on massively parallel computers -- 21. Electromagnetic modeling on parallel computers
pt. 5. Magnetotellurics and global induction -- 22. Affordable magnetotellurics: interpretation in natural environments -- 23. Comparison of 2-D and 3-D models of a magnetotelluric survey in southern Portugal -- 24. Three-dimensional modeling of a magnetotelluric survey over Chaves Graben in northeast Portugal -- 25. Three-dimensional inversion of mt fields using Bayesian statistics -- 26. Imaging volcanic interiors with MT data -- 27. 3-D finite-difference modeling of the magnetic field in geoelectromagnetic induction -- 28. Finite-element formulation of electromagnetic induction with coupled potentials -- 29. Three-dimensional inversion for large-scale structure in a spherical domain
pt. 6. Mining and exploration geophysics -- 30. Modeling in mining geophysics : when, where, and how? -- 31. 3-D EM inversion to the limit -- 32. Three-dimensional modeling of transient electromagnetic data from Queensland, Australia -- 33. Three-dimensional transient electromagnetic modeling and its application to geothermal exploration -- 34. Electromagnetic imaging of fissured crystalline bedrock in hydrogeology
pt. 7. Borehole geophysics and logging -- 35. Measurement of surface and borehole electromagnetic fields in 2-D and 3-D geology -- 36. Out-of-plane effects in crosshole radio-frequency tomography -- 37. Occam's inversion of 3-D electrical resistivity tomography -- 38. A cubic-hole finite element for 3-D resistivity modeling -- 39. 3-D modeling of resistivity devices -- 40. Modeling induction logs in 3-D geometries
pt. 8. Equipment -- 41. Arlett : a prototype three-component borehole electromagnetic system -- 42. Use of 3-D modeling in design of a new type of near-surface survey
pt. 9. General -- 43. Interaction of electromagnetic fields and a model of the human head -- 44. Nondestructive evaluation of corrosion damage in aging aircraft -- Appendix : published works of Gerald W. Hohmann -- Index
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Petroleum abstracts
This book covers major techniques being used today to compute, analyze, visualize, and understand 3D electromagnetic fields in every major application of electrical geophysics. The 44 papers, written specially for this volume, are divided between techniques of 3D modeling and inversion (21 papers) and applications (23 papers). The latter include exploration for minerals and hydrocarbons, regional crustal studies, and environmental surveys. These contributions represent the work of 95 authors from 56 institutions in 13 countries around the world
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Title from PDF title page (SEG eBooks Website, viewed February 20, 2012)
Link Print version: 1560800798 9781560800798 (DLC) 98030016
Subject Magnetic prospecting
Borehole geophysics
Finite difference
Near surface
Electronic books
Alt Author Oristaglio, Michael L
Spies, Brian R
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
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