Seismic Geophone Formula

Overburden depth is the pressure or stress imposed on a layer of soil or rock by the weight of overlying material. Given here is the seismic geophone formula for the calculation of overburden or upper layer depth.The mixed layer is the upper layer of the three-layered ocean model. The overburden or upper layer depth formula uses intersection point distance, overburden or upper layer seismic velocity, and bedrock or lower layer seismic velocity as the parameters for the calculation.

Overburden or Upper Layer Depth Formula

Seismic Geophone - Overburden or Upper Layer Depth:

Overburden or Upper Layer Depth:
Overburden or Upper Layer Depth
Intersection Point Distance:
Intersection Point Distance
Overburden or Upper Layer Seismic Velocity:
Overburden or Upper Layer Seismic Velocity
Bedrock or Lower Layer Seismic Velocity:
Bedrock or Lower Layer Seismic Velocity



Where,

t = Overburden or Upper Layer Depth,
d = Intersection Point Distance,
v1 =Overburden or Upper Layer Seismic Velocity,
v2 =Bedrock or Lower Layer Seismic Velocity.

Related Calculator:

The seismic geophone formula found its applications in most of the engineering and geology studies. Refer the above-provided overburden or upper layer depth calculator link for the calculation of point of intersection distance (d) overburden or upper layer velocity, bedrock or lower layer velocity.


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