Simulation of an Electromagnetic Sounding Method for Oil Prospecting
Application ID: 8607
The marine controlled source electromagnetics method (CSEM) for oil prospecting has emerged as a promising technique during recent years. This model demonstrates one variant of it. It uses a mobile horizontal 1 Hz electric dipole antenna that is towed 150 m above the sea floor. An array of sea floor receivers measure the electric field at various distances away from the antenna. When measuring at sufficiently large distance, some of the transmitted energy is reflected/guided by the resistive reservoir and results in a higher received signal than if no reservoir were present.
Ce modèle a été construit avec les éléments suivants:RF Module
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