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Abstract

The comparison of models with actual cases has shown that we presently have a viable programme which allows the representation of the layer wave at any point whatsoever of the vein in the following cases:
simple vein (without intercepting layer);
simple vein cut by a direct or inverse fault with some downthrust and some incline;
vein containing intercepting seams parallel to the walls;
vein containing intercepting seams, cut by a fault.
Modelling has mainly been used here to produce reference curves (dispersion curves and amplitude spectra), allowing rapid comparison with terrain data. ata.

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Authors: BRANCHET M, Ineris, Paris (FR)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 15196 FR (1997) 449pp., FS, ECU 77.50
Availability: Available from the (2)
ISBN: ISBN 92-827-9226-9
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