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Travel Times and Velocities in the Outer Core From Pmkp.
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In order to satisfy average properties of the inner core inferred from travel times and normal modes, these combined results require strong gradients in P-velocity, S-velocity and anelasticity in. By using differential travel times, outer core from PmKP, Earth Planet.
Sci. indicating the presence of laterally varying low shear velocities in the study area. The travel times, however.
Summary. The known failure of classical ray theory at caustics has led to a reconsideration of displacement (in the frequency domain), expressed as an integral over ray parameter integrand contains saddle-points on the real p-axis which correspond to rays for the associated physical problem, and it is shown here that direct computation of the complex integral is still Cited by: The upper part of the outer core has been examined using SKS and SmKS (m ≥ 2) seismic phases (Fig.
1a), which propagate in the mantle beneath a source and a receiver as S-waves, are converted to P-waves in the outer core denoted as K, and reflected (m − 1) times under the CMB.
When we consider a global structure, PREM (Dziewonski and Anderson, ) is frequently used as a by: Tanaka, S., and H. Hamaguchi (c) Travel times and velocities in the outer core based on the global observations of SmKS seismic phases. Tohoku Geophys.
J., 34, 55–Cited by: 1. In Mantle and Core in Planetary Physics, Academic Press, New York – Google Scholar Keilis-Borok VL (ed.) () Computational Methods in Seismology (English translation by E.A.
Flinn), Consultants Bureau, New York pp Google Scholar. S wave converted into P on refraction at the outer core, reflected m – 1 times from the inside of the core-mantle boundary and finally converted back into S when again entering the mantle PKP wave reflected from the free surface, passing twice through the core PKP reflected at the underside of the discontinuity at depth d in the upper part of.
Lee and Johnson (a) used travel-time data from the ISC Bulletin to General Physical Properties of the Earth 9 0 Y v f a a cu 4 6 10 Velocity (k m s-') a 12 14 Fig.
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The Eikonal Equation and Ray Geometry Travel Times in a Layered Earth Travel-Time Curves in a Continuous Medium Travel Times in a Spherical Earth Wave AmpHtude, Energy, and Geometric Spreading Partitioning of Seismic Energy at a Boundary Attenuation and Scattering References Additional Reading.
Anatomy Seismic - Free ebook download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. About seismic interpretation. Experiments with various combinations of ray types in the core indicate that rather crude observations of SKKS-SKS travel times confine the range of possible models far more dramatically than do the most precise estimates of PmKP travel times.
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Buchbinder () computed PcP and PmKP travel times for three simple or parametric Earth models based on free oscillation and travel-time dataH B, (Haddon and Bullen, ), B1 (Jordan and Anderson, ) and PEMA (Dziewonski et al., )-and compared them with PCP and PmKP travel-times from different sources.
A wave of S type through the outer core has not been observed. We have also phases such as PP, reflected from the Earth's surface.
The Table 1 gives details of different local, regional and teleseismic phases. For global earthquakes and global seismology, readers may refer to the excellent book by Lay and Wallace ().