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Geometric coefficients for use in numerical resistivity analysis

S. A. BukМІhМІДЃrД«

Geometric coefficients for use in numerical resistivity analysis

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Published by Research Council of Alberta in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earth resistance -- Tables.,
  • Geology -- Research.,
  • Geophysics.,
  • Numerical calculations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesResistivity coefficients
    Statementby S.A. Bukhari and D.H. Lennox.
    SeriesBulletin / Research Council of Alberta -- 19, Bulletin (Research Council of Alberta) -- 19.
    ContributionsLennox, D. H. 1924-, Research Council of Alberta.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination234 p. :
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18889643M

    A theoretical formation resistivity analysis, electrical interval logs from surface data and sounding curves computed from an electric log were also included in the area study. A brief review of the history, applied surveys in the Western hemisphere and theory of the surface resistivity method are also pre­ sented. The electro-thermo-structural contact condition on both crack surfaces is considered in the numerical analysis. In ANSYS, two contact element types, TARGE and CONTA, are adopted. Aside from the contact stress, the electric and thermal contacts are considered as the following equations [ 18, 20 ]: where and are, respectively, the electric Author: Thomas Jin-Chee Liu.


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Get this from a library. Geometric coefficients for use in numerical resistivity analysis. [S A Bukhari; D H Lennox]. the resistivity is given by the product of the ‘‘ap-parent resistance’’ R app 3 (V % /I &) and a ‘‘geometric factor’’ K. 4 (A / % L!) that carries information about thegeometry of cylinder.

This type of product of an apparent resistance and a geometric factor will appear again. Numerical resistivity is a problem in computer simulations of ideal magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). It is a form of numerical near-ideal MHD systems, the magnetic field can diffuse only very slowly through the plasma or fluid of the system; it is rate-limited by the inverse of the resistivity of the fluid.

In Eulerian simulations where the field is arbitrarily aligned compared to the. apparent resistivity by applying the inverse Hankel transformation of the Fourier-Bessel integral (Watson, ) to equation 9 so that T(\,d,k) = ps(r))dr. (10) f ' The numerical evaluation of T(\,d,k) from equation 10 has been studied by several investigators.

Strakhov (a, b, ) derivedCited by: General. Iterative method; Rate of convergence — the speed at which a convergent sequence approaches its limit. Order of accuracy — rate at which numerical solution of differential equation converges to exact solution; Series acceleration — methods to accelerate the speed of convergence of a series.

Aitken's delta-squared process — most useful for linearly converging sequences. Geometric Factors of Bipole-Dipole Arrays By ADEL A.

ZOHDY NEW TECHNIQUES IN DIRECT-CURRENT RESISTIVITY EXPLORATION GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN B Nomograms9 curves, and tables simplify evaluation of geometric factors of azimuthal, perpendicular, and parallel bipole-dipole electrode arrangements forCited by: 2.

Electrical resistivity (also called specific electrical resistance or volume resistivity) and its inverse, electrical conductivity, is a fundamental property of a material that quantifies how strongly it resists or conducts electric current.A low resistivity indicates a material that readily allows electric current.

Resistivity is commonly represented by the Greek letter ρ (). SIAM Journal on Numerical AnalysisAbstract | PDF ( KB) () A Cartesian Grid Finite-Volume Method for the Advection-Diffusion Equation in Irregular by:   SIAM Journal on Numerical AnalysisAn efficient multiscale computational formulation for geometric nonlinear analysis of heterogeneous piezoelectric composite.

Composite StructuresPartial Differential Equations with Oscillatory Coefficients. Numerical Methods and Analysis of Multiscale Problems, Cited by: Not only resistance but resistivity of a substance is also effected by the temperature, and in the case of conductors (mostly metallic conductors) the resistivity increases with the increase in it’s temperature and decreases with the decrease in ature coefficient of resistivity can be defined as the rate of change of Resistivity per degree change in the temperature from a.

Use of a Circuit Simulator in Electrical Resistivity Analysis. resistance is multiplied by a geometric fact or taking Images are consistent with numerical flow simulations using. Electrical resistivity methods The resistivity method is used in the study of horizontal and vertical discontinuities in the electrical properties of the ground.

It utilizes direct currents or low frequency alternating currents to investigate the electrical properties (resistivity) of the Size: 1MB.

Material and Shape Dependence of Resistance. The resistance of an object depends on its shape and the material of which it is composed. The cylindrical resistor in Figure is easy to analyze, and, by so doing, we can gain insight into the resistance of more complicated shapes.

As you might expect, the cylinder’s electric resistance R R size 12{R} {} is directly proportional to its. Fig. 6 shows the results of quantitative analysis of geometric effects. First, as can be seen in Fig. 6(a), the effects of reinforcement with low resistivity increase with rebar radius, and this leads to a smaller apparent resistivity rates.

Moreover, the rates decrease closer to the upper area of the rebar. However, as for the rebar radiuses used in this analysis, the differences between Author: Young-Chul Lim, Takafumi Noguchi, Chang-Geun Cho. The petroleum industry's standard porosity-resistivity model (i.e., Archie's law), although it is fit for its 'purpose, remains poorly understood after seven decades of use.

Resistivity. See following equation. t t l R q R. t =Resistance in at Temperature t l=Length in m. q =Cross sectional area in mm. 2 t =Resistivity in mm m. 2 1. at Temperature t. The electric resistance of a conductor at temperature t is proportional to its length and.

A resistivity profile is used to detect lateral variations in resistivity. For this configuration, the electrode spacing is fixed while the center of the array is varied. There are various electrode configurations which can be used in resistivity surveying.

The apparent resistivity measured by the array depends on the geometry of the File Size: KB. Section 4a: Electrical Resistivity Surveying. Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods.

Electric circuit has three main properties: Resistance (R): resistance to movement of charge Capacitance (C): ability to store charge Inductance (L): ability to generate current from changing magnetic field arising from moving charges in circuit Each electrical property is basis for a geophysical method.

Thus the higher the resistivity value of ρ the more resistance and vice versa. For example, the resistivity of a good conductor such as copper is on the order of x ohm metre (or nΩm), whereas the resistivity of a poor conductor (insulator) such as air can be well over x 10 14 or trillion Ωm.

Based on this definition, the resistance is equivalent to one of the coefficients in the curve-fit equation for each particular length and diameter of wire. Use this fact to complete the table showing the resistance of each length and diameter of copper wire (this should be six values).

This thesis deals with a theoretical study on the interpretation of resistivity. so~~ding. data measured by the Wenner electrode system. The objectives of this investigation are twofold: (i) to derive from the apparent resistivity data some suitable functions from which the resistivity and thickness of.

Interpretation and Assessment of Electrical Resistivity Soundings Data 43 observation very well supports the merit of Moore’s cumulative plot in locating the ground water table as reported by Kate ().

The subsurface profiles interpreted from all these techniques are illustrated in Fig. 1 File Size: 75KB. apparent resistivity, the resistivity of the drilling mud within the well, and the diameter of the well to the true resistivity of the rock-matrix surrounding the well.

This is the two-zone case. As interpretation of data taken in Hawaiian water wells is the im­ media:te application of these resUlts, only matrix resistivity which isFile Size: 1MB. 0 is the resistivity at a reference temperature, usually room temperature, and " is the temperature coefficient.

Typical values of D 0 and " are listed in table 1 along with the calculated resistivity at °C. Table 1. Resistivity values of common metals [1] Material D 0 [email protected] " [email protected] /K Note 1 Resistivity at °C [email protected] File Size: KB. The resistance of an object depends on its shape and the material of which it is composed.

The cylindrical resistor in Figure 1 is easy to analyze, and, by so doing, we can gain insight into the resistance of more complicated shapes. GEOMETRIC FACTOR FOR CONVERSION OF ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE INTO RESISTIVITY Rudolf Podoba1,2, Igor Štubňa1 1 Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Tr.A.

Hlinku 1, 01 Nitra, Slovakia 2Department of Physic, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Radlinského 11, 07 Bratislava. Temperature coefficients of resistivity are given in Table (a) If a copper heating element is connected to a source of constant voltage, does the electrical power consumed by the heating element increase or decrease as its temperature increases.

Explain. (b) A resistor in the form of a carbon cylinder is connected to the voltage source. Theory of Electromagnetic Well Logging is the only book offering an in-depth discussion of the analytical and numerical techniques needed for expert use of those new logging techniques. Show less Theory of Electromagnetic Well Logging provides a much-needed and complete analytical method for electromagnetic well logging technology.

We examine the one-dimensional direct current method in anisotropic earth formation. We derive an analytic expression of a simple, two-layered anisotropic earth model. Further, we also consider a horizontally layered anisotropic earth response with respect to the digital filter method, which yields a quasi-analytic solution over anisotropic media.

These analytic and quasi-analytic solutions Cited by: 8. For DC resistivity surveys, the energy source is a generator which injects a constant current into the ground using two electrodes.

The "signals out" (data) are voltages measured at various places on the surface, along with strength of the known current source (in Amperes) and details about relative geometry of the four electrodes.

Resistivity Sweep (4-pt-resistivity-sweep), can also be found in the Test Library and can be added to a project. A screen capture of the Four-Point Probe Resistivity Measurement test is shown in Figure 3.

The projects and tests included with the A-SCS are configured File Size: 1MB. The use of the temperature coefficients should be avoided in this case because all the density measurements are usually done in laboratory where the samples can be stabilised to known temperature.

The densities of the p = resistivity, constant for given solution (Ohmm), d Cited by: 4. The bulk volume geometry concept was first introduced relative to resistivity analysis in Ransom (). This concept is best exemplified by the bulk volume of water term, S wt ϕ t, in Eqs.(1b) and (3b), and by water geometry represented by exponent m 2, and therefore by both m 1 and n, observed in Figure 1 and seen in Eq.(3b).

12 Archie´s Law m n w a S = ρ ρ φ − − • ρ resistivity of the rock • ρ w resistivity of the fluid (water) • Φ porosity • S saturation in water • a factor which depends of the lithology (varies between and 2) • m cementation factor (depends of the pores shape, of the compaction and varies between for unconsolidated sands toFile Size: 6MB.

ment of the electrical resistivity and Hall coefficient is described. The VDP method is convenient for use since it accepts sample geometries compatible with other measurements. The technique is simple to use and can be used with samples showing a broad range of shapes and physical properties, from near insulators to Size: KB.

A 3D DC finite element method forward program is developed in this paper for anisotropic geoelectric media. Both total and secondary field approaches have been implemented.

In this paper, we focused on the structured grid scheme. The modeling shows that the symmetry of the structure grid determines the symmetry of the response potential around the point source for an anisotropic : Tao Song, Yun Liu, Yun Wang.

where σ l and σ t and π l and π t are longitudinal and transverse values of the normal stress and the piezoresistive coefficients. In general, the piezoresistive coefficients are function of dopant type and concentration and the substrate temperature [].In fact, it is a decreasing function of concentration and temperature [].In biosensor applications, the surface stress-induced deflections Cited by: Resistivity and Conductivity.

The electrical resistance of a wire would be expected to be greater for a longer wire, less for a wire of larger cross sectional area, and would be expected to depend upon the material out of which the wire is made.

Experimentally, the dependence upon these properties is a straightforward one for a wide range of conditions, and the resistance of a wire can be. If I'm correct, the definition of the temperature coefficient of resistivity at a certain reference temperature is the derivative of the resistivity in function of the temperature, divided by the.

Electrical resistivity surveys map the subsurface structure by making electrical measurements near the ground surface. An electric current is injected into the ground through two electrodes and the voltage difference is measured between two other electrodes (Figure 1a).The true subsurface resistivity can be estimated by making the measurements of potential difference at.

Then, the resistivity is given as, ρ=(2π𝑅𝑎 𝑙) a is the spacing between the electrodes. Fig. Wenner arrangement Advantages of Electrical Method It is a very rapid and economical method. It is good up to 30m depth. The instrumentation of this method is .Electrical Resistivity Method for Water Content Characterisation of Unsaturated Clay Soil ABSTRACT This thesis presents an automated multi-electrode resistivity system which was developed for the water content characterisation of unsaturated clay soil.

The system.The water level in the qh 2 and qh 1 aquifers change in the range of -1 to 4 m. Sincethe eastern part of Hưng Hà District the qh 2 and qh 1 aquifers is being to take shape the drawdown funnel having water level of 0,5 m in and -1 m in The salt/fresh water boundary of the qh 2 aquifer changes lightly by time.

The TDS varies from g/l in the saltwater area and reduces in.