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Principles of the Gravitational Method

Principles of the Gravitational Method Book
Author : Alex A. Kaufman,Richard O. Hansen
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2007-11-21
ISBN : 9780080553870
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This self-contained monograph gives a thorough introduction to the theory of gravity which is used as the basis for developing applications in exploration and geodesy. In addition, a survey of gravity instrumentation is given, with emphasis on the theory of underlying these instruments. The book finishes with an exposition of forward modeling and inverston, again emphasizing fundamental principles. *Surveys gravity instrumentation with emphasis on the theory of why certain instrumentation is used *Presents thorough developments of the theory of gravity to aid in creating applications in exploration and geodesy *Emphasizes the fundamental principles of forward modeling and inversion in the gravitational method

Principles of Applied Geophysics

Principles of Applied Geophysics Book
Author : D. S. Parasnis
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2012-12-06
ISBN : 9400941137
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Anyone who compares the present thoroughly revised and enlarged edition of this book with the three previous ones, the first of which was published in 1962, may well ask whether the principles of applied geophysics have become more numerous during the last 25 years or so. Such is not the case and the much larger size of the present edition is due to the principles' having been explained in greater detail than heretofore. There are major and minor alterations, additions and emendations, too numerous to be listed here, throughout the book but I would like to draw attention specifically to some of them. The chapter on seismic methods is now far more extensive than before and so are also the chapters on electric and electromagnetic methods. There is also a separate chapter on well logging in oil fields giving the essential ideas. Considering the virtual plethora of available books on seismic methods and on well logging I have not thought it necessary to extend these chapters further. This has enabled me to keep the book to a reasonable length and at the same time retain its fairly comprehensive character. Other features of the present edition are solved examples in the text and the problems at the end of all principal chapters. Answers and hints to the latter are given at the end of the book.

Principles of Electromagnetic Methods in Surface Geophysics

Principles of Electromagnetic Methods in Surface Geophysics Book
Author : Alex A. Kaufman,Dimitry Alekseev,Michael Oristaglio
Publisher : Newnes
Release : 2014-06-27
ISBN : 0444538305
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Principles of Electromagnetic Methods in Surface Geophysics contains information about the theory of electromagnetic fields in a conducting media. It describes the theoretical and physical principles of the main geophysical methods using electromagnetic fields, including frequency and transient soundings, electromagnetic profiling, and magnetotelluric soundings. Special attention is paid to models and signal processing methods used in modern exploration geophysics for groundwater, mineral and hydrocarbon exploration. Offers an integrated approach to the description of electromagnetic geophysical fields used for surface geophysical surveys Provides a clear introduction to the physical background of electromagnetic methods and their application Rounds off the treatment of the main geophysical methods: gravity, magnetic seismic, electric and electromagnetic methods

Geophysical Field Theory and Method Part A

Geophysical Field Theory and Method  Part A Book
Author : N.A
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 1992-07-20
ISBN : 008095992X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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An essential book for all students and scientists in the field, Part A of Geophysical Field Theory and Method describes the physical and mathematical principles of geophysical methods, specifically the behavior of gravitational, electrical, and magnetic fields. The broader use of these methods underlines the far-reaching appeal of this book. Oil and mineral prospecting, solving groundwater and engineering problems, and well-logging are just some of the activities which involve geophysical methods. Parts B and C will be devoted to the theory of fields and applied to electromagnetic, seismic, nuclear, and geothermal methods. Presents physical principles of geophysical methods Covers physical laws which govern field behavior and their areas of application Examines the influence of a medium on a field, and the distribution of field generators Presents formulation of conditions when physical laws cannot be used directly for field calculations Examines systems of field equations and their neccesity when some of the field generators are unknown Explains the formulation of boundary value problems and their importance in determining the field Features auxiliary fields and their role in field theory Presents approximate methods of field calculation

Principles of Electric Methods in Surface and Borehole Geophysics

Principles of Electric Methods in Surface and Borehole Geophysics Book
Author : Alex A. Kaufman,B. Anderson
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2010-06-03
ISBN : 9780080931845
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This title covers the physical and mathematical principles of electric methods in applied geophysics. Subject material Writing style Authority of contributors

Principles of the Magnetic Methods in Geophysics

Principles of the Magnetic Methods in Geophysics Book
Author : Alex A. Kaufman,Richard O. Hansen,Robert L. Kleinberg
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2008-11-21
ISBN : 9780080931852
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Magnetic methods are widely used in exploration, engineering, borehole and global geophysics, and the subjects of this book are the physical and mathematical principles of these methods regardless of the area of application. Beginning with Ampere's law, the force of interaction between currents is analyzed, and then the concept of the magnetic field is introduced and the fundamental features are discussed. Special attention is paid to measurements of relaxation processes, including topics as the spin echoes or refocusing. Also the special role of the magnetic method in the development of the plate tectonic theory is described. * covers all the physical and mathematical principles of magnetic methods regardless of the area of application. * presents thorough developments of magnetic methods.

Geophysical Field Theory and Method Gravitational electric and magnetic fields

Geophysical Field Theory and Method  Gravitational  electric  and magnetic fields Book
Author : Alexander A. Kaufman
Publisher :
Release : 1992
ISBN : 9780124020412
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

An essential book for all students and scientists in the field, Part A of Geophysical Field Theory and Method describes the physical and mathematical principles of geophysical methods, specifically the behavior of gravitational, electrical, and magnetic fields. The broader use of these methods underlines the far-reaching appeal of this book. Oil and mineral prospecting, solving groundwater and engineering problems, and well-logging are just some of the activities which involve geophysical methods.

Principles of Gravitational Lensing

Principles of Gravitational Lensing Book
Author : Arthur B. Congdon,Charles R. Keeton
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2018-12-01
ISBN : 303002122X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This textbook provides an introduction to gravitational lensing, which has become an invaluable tool in modern astrophysics, with applications that range from finding planets orbiting distant stars to understanding how dark matter and dark energy conspired to form the cosmic structures we see today. Principles of Gravitational Lensing begins with Einstein’s prediction that gravity bends light, and shows how that fundamental idea has spawned a rich field of study over the past century. The gravitational deflection of light was first detected by Eddington during a solar eclipse in May 1919, launching Einstein and his theory of relativity into public view. Yet the possibility of using the phenomenon to unlock mysteries of the Universe seemed remote, given the technology of the day. Theoretical work was carried out sporadically over the next six decades, but only with the discovery of the system Q0957+561 in 1979 was gravitational lensing transformed from a curiosity of general relativity into a practical observational tool. This book describes how the three subfields known as strong lensing, weak lensing, and microlensing have grown independently but become increasingly intertwined. Drawing on their research experience, Congdon and Keeton begin with the basic physics of light bending, then present the mathematical foundations of gravitational lensing, building up to current research topics in a clear and systematic way. Relevant background material from physics and mathematics is included, making the book self-contained. The derivations and explanations are supplemented by exercises designed to help students master the theoretical concepts as well as the methods that drive current research. An extensive bibliography guides those wishing to delve more deeply into particular areas of interest. Principles of Gravitational Lensing is ideal for advanced students and seasoned researchers looking to penetrate this thriving subject and even contribute research of their own.

Principles of Cosmology and Gravitation

Principles of Cosmology and Gravitation Book
Author : Michael V Berry
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 1989-01-01
ISBN : 9780852740378
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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General relativity and quantum mechanics have become the two central pillars of theoretical physics. Moreover, general relativity has important applications in astrophysics and high-energy particle physics. Covering the fundamentals of the subject, Principles of Cosmology and Gravitation describes the universe as revealed by observations and presents a theoretical framework to enable important cosmological formulae to be derived and numerical calculations performed. Avoiding elaborate formal discussions, the book presents a practical approach that focuses on the general theory of relativity. It examines different evolutionary models and the gravitational effects of massive bodies. The book also includes a large number of worked examples and problems, half with solutions.

Chemical Kinetic Methods Principles Of Fast Reaction Techniques And Applications

Chemical Kinetic Methods   Principles Of Fast Reaction Techniques And Applications Book
Author : C. Kalidas
Publisher : New Age International
Release : 2005
ISBN : 9788122415674
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Present Edition Is A Revised And Enlarged Edition Of The Earlier Book (Chemical Kinetic Methods, Principles Of Relaxation Techniques And Applications). Four New Chapters, Dealing With The Fast Kinetic Methods, Viz. Flow Methods Pulse Radiolysis, Flash Photolysis And Fluoresence Quenching Method Have Been Added With A View To Bring More Such Methods In One Comprehensive Volume. As These Techniques Do Not Come Under The Category Of Relaxation Methods, The Title Of The Book Has Been Generalised As Chemical Kinetic Methods, Principles Of Fast Reaction Techniques And Applications . Some New Features Of This Book Are (I) The Inclusion Of Worked Out Examples And (Ii) Addition Of More Practice Problems Supplementing The Earlier Ones In All Chapters (Except Chapters I And Xi).It Is Hoped That Both These Features Will Be Welcomed By The Student Community Especially, Postgraduate Students Of Chemistry Who Wish To Have A Comprehensive Understanding Of This Area Of Kinetics. The Addition Of Many Numerical Problems (Worked Out Examples And Practice Problems) Might Also Provide Teachers Of This Subject (Fast Kinetic Methods) As Well As Those Teaching A General Course On Chemical Kinetics With A Wider Choice In Selection Of Problems In Their Academic Work. It Is Fervently Hoped That The Book Will Be Welcomed By The Chemistry Faculty Of Various Universities, I.I.Ts And Other Academic Institutions In The Country As Well As By Other Academicians Who Are Interested In The Area Of Chemical Kinetics.

Proceedings Pacific Science Congress

Proceedings   Pacific Science Congress Book
Author : N.A
Publisher :
Release : 1928
ISBN :
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Vols. for 1st-9th congresses include full proceedings; for 10th, partial proceedings; for 11th, abstracts of papers only. Selected papers of individual symposia of the congresses published separately and in various journals.

Variational Principles and Methods in Theoretical Physics and Chemistry

Variational Principles and Methods in Theoretical Physics and Chemistry Book
Author : Robert K. Nesbet
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2002-11-14
ISBN : 9781139435697
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book brings together the essential ideas and methods behind applications of variational theory in theoretical physics and chemistry. The emphasis is on understanding physical and computational applications of variational methodology rather than on rigorous mathematical formalism. The text begins with an historical survey of familiar variational principles in classical mechanics and optimization theory, then proceeds to develop the variational principles and formalism behind current computational methodology for bound and continuum quantum states of interacting electrons in atoms, molecules, and condensed matter. It covers multiple-scattering theory, including a detailed presentation of contemporary methodology for electron-impact rotational and vibrational excitation of molecules. The book ends with an introduction to the variational theory of relativistic fields. Ideal for graduate students and researchers in any field that uses variational methodology, this book is particularly suitable as a backup reference for lecture courses in mathematical methods in physics and theoretical chemistry.