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SeisOpt™ ReMi© and SeisOpt™ @2D Training Schedule*:

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  • ReMi array setup with Toughbook (VScope), DAQlink 4 24-Channel Seismograph (power cable and Ethernet cable), 24-channel array cable, 24 geophones, hammer and steel plate.
    • How to determine the parameters for a seismic survey
    • How to choose the best active source
    • When and how to control a passive survey
    • How to survey over pavement with pavement velocity inversions
    • How to configure active sources
  • Walkthrough of SeisOpt ReMi© or SeisOpt™ @2D
  • ReMi Vspect: Imports the microtremor data recorded in the field and performs a wavefield transformation, creating a ‘‘velocity spectrum’’ in the slowness-frequency (p-f) domain.
    • Understanding fundamental modes of dispersion imaging
    • Computational artifacts from dispersion imaging
    • How to extract dispersion curves from difficult data sets
  • ReMi Disper: Model the picked dispersion curve by clicking and dragging the shear-wave velocity profiles so that the calculated dispersion curve matches the picks.
    • Depth to bedrock
    • Velocity inversions
    • IBC Site Classification with velocity profile
    • How to optimize the velocity model
  • 1D Modeling: Create 1D models that represent the velocity changes with depth.
  • Geometries: If the survey line is non-linear or there are rapid elevation changes greater than 7% of the line length, the correct geometries must be applied.
  • Inversions: Represent an anomalous slowness-frequency (p-f) domain which will signify either an irregularly low or high velocity.
  • 2D Modeling: Once the 1D models for each set of traces have been derived, they can be assembled to create a 2D shear-wave velocity cross-section under the profile.
    • Client Practice Data
    • 1D and 2D Modeling
    • Geometries and Inversions
    • Deliverable Ready Output

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