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The Boundary Element Method in Geophysical Survey


The Boundary Element Method in Geophysical Survey


Innovation and Discovery in Russian Science and Engineering

von: Balgaisha Mukanova, Igor Modin

91,62 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 12.02.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9783319729084
Sprache: englisch

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This volume is devoted to the application of the integral equations method (IEM) and boundary elements method (BEM) to problems involving the sounding of geological media using direct current (DC). Adaptive mesh generation algorithms and numerical methods for solving a system of integral equations are discussed. Integral equations for the media, which contains piecewise linear contact boundaries, immersed local inclusions, and subsurface relief, are derived and solved numerically. Both 2.5D and 3D models with ground surface relief are considered. For 2D conductivity distributions, the influence of the relief on the interpretation of results is shown.  Search solutions of the direct problem with ground surface relief are compared using the appropriate interpretation of results based on different inversion programs. 
Chap1: Introduction.- Chap2: Mathematical background.- Chap3: Electrical Survey Technique and Mathematical Models.- Chap4: The Boundary Element Method (BEM) in ERT Direct and Inverse Problems.- Chap5: BEM in the Sounding of Media with Ground Surface Relief. Chap6: Conclusions and Future Directions of Research.
Dr. Balgaisha Mukanova is a Doctor of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Professor at L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Astana, Kazakhstan. Dr. Igor Modin is a Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor at Lomonosov's Moscow State University, the Geological Faculty,  Moscow, Russia.
This volume is devoted to the application of the integral equations method (IEM) and boundary elements method (BEM) to problems involving the sounding of geological media using direct current (DC). Adaptive mesh generation algorithms and numerical methods for solving a system of integral equations are discussed. Integral equations for the media, which contains piecewise linear contact boundaries, immersed local inclusions, and subsurface relief, are derived and solved numerically. Both 2.5D and 3D models with ground surface relief are considered. For 2D conductivity distributions, the influence of the relief on the interpretation of results is shown.  Search solutions of the direct problem with ground surface relief are compared using the appropriate interpretation of results based on different inversion programs. Describes in detail the application of the BEM and IEM to 2.5D direct problems using ERT for geological media with a complex structure and having a large number of internal contact boundaries;Provides algorithms of grid generation of the boundaries that are adapted to the geometry of the media, the surface relief and the measurements of electrode arrays;Discusses the application of the BEM to 3D sounding problems using the ERT method;Illustrates the applications of inversion programs to synthetic data generated using the BEM in comparison with the original model and discusses the quality of the associated interpretation.
Describes in detail the application of the BEM and IEM to 2.5D  direct problems using ERT for geological media with a complex structure and having a large number of internal contact boundaries Provides algorithms of grid generation of the boundaries that are adapted to the geometry of the media, the surface relief and the measurements of electrode arraysDiscusses the application of the BEM to 3D sounding problems using the ERT methodIllustrates the applications of inversion programs to synthetic data generated using the BEM in comparison with the original model and discusses the quality of the associated interpretation