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MSc Digital Competences (MTU)

Seismic Data Processing

Keil, Fekete et al.

Seismic data processing is required if signals are recorded by several channels, usually distributed in a regular pattern along a line, e.g. by using a seismic streamer.  The general purpose is to improve lateral and vertical resolution, to reduce noise and to extract a correct spatial image.

A socalled processing flow with many different steps is to be developed, which, among others, include:

  • Geometry Setup
  • Gun Delay Correction
  • Debias, Filtering
  • Velocity Analysis
  • Normal Moveout Correction
  • Static Correction
  • Multiple Suppression
  • Stacking
  • Migration
  • THOR, 4DDec Noise Suppression
  • Signal Enhancement, Deconvolution

The course introduces to these techniques by using data acquired by MTU.

MSc Digital Competences (MTU)

Seismic Interpretation

Stange et al.

The course offers training on the seismic interpretation software IHS Kingdom Suite 2019. As example data sets we are using 3D data collected by MTU, which has been acquired to study gas hydrates and gas fluid seepage as well as an industry 3D data set.

The data originate from Congo, Cascadia Basin and Black Sea, as well as Texas.

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