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Image point (IP) transform is one type of radon transform with a hyperbolic integral path and reflection waves are accumulated in an IP domain. In expanding IP transform to three dimensional reverse vertical seismic profiling (3-D RVSP), consideration of a strike of a reflector is needed. We...
P- and S-wave propagation velocities in dry mica schist samples obtained from the Outokumpu deep drill hole in Eastern Finland were measured under uniaxial compression in a custom built measurement device. At 300 MPa pressure the obtained velocities (5520 ± 130) m/s and (3270 ± 60) m/s, for P-...
This paper investigates the potential of acoustic imaging technologies to determine the spatial geometry of the soil–fresh mortar interface (water–cement ratio > 2). The proposed study is first devoted to the characterization and monitoring of the acoustic properties of this evolving...
We present an example of how geophysical methodologies can considerably contribute to seismic and liquefaction risk assessment in an area where urban development is planned. The inspection for possible hidden faults by geophysical methods is particularly critical, since such a possibility could...
Subsurface conditions play a major role in the damage potential of earthquakes and the seismic soil amplification of a site which is a critical factor affecting the level of ground shaking. Shear wave velocity ( V s ) of the soil layer is an important parameter influencing the amplification...
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