Seismic technique is one of the most developed geophysical techniques, providing vital information on subsurface, crucial for most of the engineering projects. Seismic Refraction surveys are routinely carried out for assessment of subsurface conditions prior to engineering projects.
With recent advances in seismic refraction technology and software, practitioners are faced with numerous choices in selecting acquisition and inversion parameters, some of which can affect results substantially. The course includes a review of the seismic method followed by instrumentation, survey techniques, data processing and interpretation methods. This course covers the seismic refraction and seismic refraction tomography method for practicing field surveyors that are currently involved in seismic surveys as well as in academic research.
This course covers the basics of seismic surface waves, data acquisition, and data processing. The course will cover the fundamentals in such a way that participants can, upon its completion, engage in common applications such as bedrock depth determination, identification of faults/ fractures/ shear zones, thickness of overburden, estimation of rock quality/ degree of weathering, and other such applications. It will demonstrate how to process the data, and each participant will be guided step-by-step in processing actual field data sets.
All geotechnical engineers, geologists, geophysicists and researchers dealing with strength of subsurface can benefit from attending this course and learning about this state-of-the-art seismic technique.
The Primary Objectives of the course are:
Do you face any of the following challenges?
This course addresses all the above and more (Topics)….
Seismic Refraction Data Processing
Seismic Refraction Tomography Processing
Above is a tentative list of topics to be covered. More topics will be added as per requirement of attending participants.
₹20,000.00 / $400.00