By Barry Saltzman, Renata Dmowska
This sequence presents a venue for longer stories of present advances in geophysics. Written at a degree obtainable to graduate scholars, the articles serve to increase wisdom of varied fields and will be worthy in classes and seminars.
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5 """..... 8 frequency (Hz) FIG. 10. Coupling coefficients for CFPF and PFCF. The dashed and the thin lines indicate the coefficients defined by Eq. (85). For the sake of simplicity, in the following figures the models CONTINENT and PAMIR (Levshin, 1985) will be called model C and model P, while the fundamental mode and the higher modes are indicated, respectively, as F, 1, 2, etc. Therefore, the fundamental mode of model C is named CF, the first higher mode of model P is named P 1, and so on. Each coupling coefficient is associated with a four-character acronym: the first two characters identify the incoming mode, the last two identify the outgoing mode.
Synthetic Seismograms in Laterally Heterogeneous Anelastic Media Once the coupling coefficients have been computed for Love and Rayleigh modes, following the algorithm developed in Sects. 5- 0 .... i .... 0 MO NP MO P mO NP mO P i .... 4 ~ .... 6 frequency i . . 5- t- 5. 2 ' ' ' I . . 4 frequency I . . 8 ' ' ' 1 (Hz) FIG. 17. Transmission coupling coefficients (M) and coupling energies (m) for incident fundamental mode of model C and outgoing fundamental mode of model P. NP and P indicate the non-poissonian and the poissonian formulations, respectively.
6. Typical structural model for finite element method. SEISMIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN HETEROGENEOUS MEDIA 23 The classic procedure (Lysmer and Drake, 1972) implies a stationary analysis with finite elements of the irregular area. Special boundary conditions simulate the presence of the two layered halfspaces at each side. In the first step of the procedure the model is subdivided into a finite number of plane elements with proper values of the elastic parameters. Accuracy of the analysis depends on the detail of the mesh: as a general rule each element should not extend more than one-tenth of the wavelength of the S-wave associated with it.
Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 43 by Barry Saltzman, Renata Dmowska