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• homogeneous earth, then iteratively remove the responses of by cash flow than by the amount
20 KB (3,148 words) - 11:09, 18 October 2016
• ...is applied to model shot profiles recorded over a water layer on top of a homogeneous elastic half space. Raypaths corresponding to multiple reflections, direct [[file:ch06_figF-6.png|thumb|{{figure number|F-6}} Processing flow for inversion of refraction profiles.]]
70 KB (10,953 words) - 15:05, 9 October 2014
• ...p>4</sup> terms to specify the stress strain relationship for an arbitrary homogeneous material. Conservation of angular momentum requires the stress tensor to b It is important to note that these velocities assume a homogeneous, isotropic, perfectly elastic material. All energy associated with deformat
39 KB (5,997 words) - 14:03, 11 September 2020
• [[File:Resistance.png|thumbnail|center|Current flow I through a piece of conductive material over which a potential difference ...tential difference [V] imposed over a closed loop and the magnitude of its flow depends on the resistance of the loop's material. For most materials, inclu
7 KB (1,086 words) - 19:10, 23 February 2017
• ...ial balance equation (MBE) methods are used to calculate if a reservoir is homogeneous and to predict its production behavior by providing values of its propertie === '''Flow Model''' ===
11 KB (1,519 words) - 07:50, 17 May 2021
• ...ray to be the unattainable limit on the narrowness of such a beam. Within homogeneous isotropic materials, a ray is a straight line because, by symmetry, there i ...arrive at [itex]S^{'}[/itex] in the same time [itex]t^{'}[/itex]. Within a homogeneous isotropic medium, the velocity of propagation is identical in all direction
14 KB (2,173 words) - 14:39, 30 April 2021
• ...us (i.e., consisting of points all of the same kind) or inhomogeneous (not homogeneous). In an isotropic medium, rays constitute orthogonal trajectories of the wa ...[itex]\Delta t[/itex]. This is true even if the wavefronts travel from one homogeneous isotropic medium into another, and it simply means that every point on <mat
5 KB (675 words) - 13:26, 22 April 2021
• ...us (i.e., consisting of points all of the same kind) or inhomogeneous (not homogeneous). In an isotropic medium, rays constitute orthogonal trajectories of the wa ...[itex]\Delta t[/itex]. This is true even if the wavefronts travel from one homogeneous isotropic medium into another, and it simply means that every point on <mat
5 KB (699 words) - 13:26, 22 April 2021
• ...us (i.e., consisting of points all of the same kind) or inhomogeneous (not homogeneous). In an isotropic medium, rays constitute orthogonal trajectories of the wa ...[itex]\Delta t[/itex]. This is true even if the wavefronts travel from one homogeneous isotropic medium into another, and it simply means that every point on <mat
5 KB (687 words) - 07:47, 7 May 2021
• ...ray to be the unattainable limit on the narrowness of such a beam. Within homogeneous isotropic materials, a ray is a straight line because, by symmetry, there i ...arrive at [itex]S^{'}[/itex] in the same time [itex]t^{'}[/itex]. Within a homogeneous isotropic medium, the velocity of propagation is identical in all direction
13 KB (2,128 words) - 15:16, 19 May 2021
• ...ray to be the unattainable limit on the narrowness of such a beam. Within homogeneous isotropic materials, a ray is a straight line because, by symmetry, there i ...arrive at [itex]S^{'}[/itex] in the same time [itex]t^{'}[/itex]. Within a homogeneous isotropic medium, the velocity of propagation is identical in all direction
14 KB (2,113 words) - 14:40, 30 April 2021