on Windows is designed for performing seismic traveltime tomography under
any survey geometry for engineering applications. The seismic data may be
collected on the surface, between two holes, or on each side of a concrete
construction. When you have a traveltime file ready, all the input
parameters in the Tomography module are optional, you may simply click a
button and leave everything to the software to handle. It is easy, and it
is extremely fast!
A total of nine modules together give you all
the tools that you will need for tomographic imaging. In brief, each module
has the features described on the right:
SEG2-SEGY converter, two manual and
two automatic pickers, SEGY header analysis and editing, and more ...
displaying and analyzing traveltimes, reciprocity check, automatically
detecting and removing poor picks, QC tomography results, creating velocity
model from data, extracting partial data or resorting the data, and more ...
displaying and analyzing velocity models, overlaying raypaths and/or
reflectors, extracting or extending velocity models, converting model to
SEGY format, re-griding velocity model with a different grid size, and more
wavefront traveltimes and raypath calculation for refraction, reflection,
crosshole, single-well, and VSP geometry, and geometry builder ...
nonlinear tomographic imaging for refraction, crosshole, and VSP geometry,
reliable and fast solution, with or without a starting velocity model, with
or without any input parameters, joint survey geometry, applying well-log
refraction traveltime depth migration, creating migration data from
refraction traveltimes, performing migration for imaging refractor under
complex overburden velocities ...
interactively creating arbitrary velocity models with or without velocity
gradients, drawing arbitrary objects, interfaces, or reflectors, converting
to grid velocity models, and modifying grid models ...
displaying and analyzing raypaths, showing each receiver-source pair
creating velocity models from refraction picks, creating velocity models
from well logs, and adding topography, many more ...