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The seismic refraction method utilizes the refraction of seismic waves by rock or soil layers to characterize the subsurface geologic conditions and geologic structure. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. 0000011915 00000 n application of seismic refraction survey methods . For more general application of seismic refraction methods, Redpath (1973) and Mooney (1984) provide classic introductions to the seismic refraction technique. 0000000830 00000 n Providing elastic properties of the subsurface for engineering design. Application of Shallow Seismic Refraction and 2D Electrical Resistivity Imaging to Site Investigations . %PDF-1.2 %���� Application of seismic refraction methods in groundwater modeling studies in New England F. P. Haeni* ABSTRACT Seismic refraction methods have been extensively used in petroleum, mineral, and engineering investi- gations, and to some extent for hydrologic applications, during the past 30 years. 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(b) The inversion model of 2-D resistivity imaging. View Academics in Application of Seismic Refraction in Groundwater Exploration on Academia.edu. The seismic refraction technique is a classic geophysical method applicable to a variety of engineering and environmental projects. Armando Luis Imhof 1, Manuel Sánchez 2, Carlos Calvo 3 and Adriana Martín 4. \R�� ��� Q�LZ�� �T �E�X�qA����v�� An official website of the United States government. 0000001596 00000 n ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. 1920: Practical seismic reflection methods developed. ����I/ �ҵ��)P� *�. In this research the seismic reflection method has been used and studied to address problems associated with hardrock settings. 0000013953 00000 n (�1%�W�����Κ�̩����(a��G)/�Lޙd �N������:G"�)$�{����T 77 Figure 4.19 The overlay of seismic refraction profile on the An Introduction to Seismic Refraction Theory and Application 1. 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Seismic methods have long been recognized as an effective tool for studying the shallow subsurface for a variety of applications, such as engineering problems, geotechnical evaluations, environmental studies, hydrogeological investigations, seismic risk assessment, archeology, etc. The results of these studies indicate that refraction tomography is able to resolve karst features under some conditions. What is Seismic Refraction? Download the latest version of Adobe Reader, free of charge. Recent advances in equipment, sound sources, and computer interpretation techniques make seismic refraction a highly effective and economical means of obtaining subsurface data in hydrologic studies. 0000007818 00000 n One can study subsurface velocity and layer interface structure by analyzing the first arrival times of P-waves (longitudinal or compressional waves) at the surface of the earth. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format There are two basic approaches to seismic refraction data analysis: layer-cake and tomographic inversion. browser may not display or print as intended. Introduction. With this assumption and by measuring the travel time of the refracted seismic waves, the thickness and dip angle of each ground layer can be obtained ( Sheriff and Geldart, 1995 ). 76 Figure 4.18 (a) The actual distance of both survey line in one profile. During the past 30 years, seismic-refraction methods have been used extensively in petroleum, mineral, and engineering investigations, and to some extent for hydrologic applications. 0000001452 00000 n In this paper, an uphole refraction survey was carried out at the location of LISO Field in Niger Delta Nigeria in order to determine/estimate the thickness and velocities of the strata with a view to ascertaining the suitability of these layers for seismic reflection data acquisition and engineering structures. The seismic reflection method has been used extensively in mineral exploration and for imaging crustal structures within hardrock environments. The inversion technique of Nowack and Lutter (1988a) and Lutter et al. 7). These methods allow the economical collection of subsurface data, provide the basis for more efficient collection of data by test drilling or aquifer tests, and result in improved hydrologic studies. 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