Analytical Method for Inverse Problems of Deep Magneto Telluric Sounding

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Part of the Mathematics in Industry book series (MATHINDUSTRY, volume 17)

Abstract

In this work 2D inverse problem is investigated in the case of H-polarization for a fundamental three-layer model of deep magneto telluric (MT) sounding with tectonic faults taking into account that the value of impedance Z is influenced not only by the depth h until the perfectly conducting base, but also by the values of tectonic fault resistance. An analytical-numerical method for solution of the studied inverse problem of deep MT sounding is proposed and stability of the proposed method is proved.

Keywords

Inverse Problem Total Resistance Fault Slip Tectonic Fault Fault Rock 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Transport and Telecommunication Institute; Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Information TechnologiesUniversity of LiepajaLiepajaLatvia

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