By H. Reginald Hardy Jr.
A research of themes relating to acoustic emission/microseismic (AE/MS) task. It covers easy fabric behaviour, rigidity wave propagation, transducer layout and install, digital instrumentation, info acquisition and research, and sign processing, in addition to sensible purposes.
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10 illustrates simplified field methods for generating various types of waves including P-, S-, SV- and SH-waves. More sophisticated seismic sources including explosives, “sparkers”, air guns and electro-hydraulic, piezo-electric and magneto-strictive devices are also utilized. A number of these are capable of repetitive stress wave generation. 8. Typical time series associated with a specific event showing the associated P-, S- and surface waves. 9. Particle motion associated with Stoneley waves.
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