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|Title:||A frequency-domain full waveform inversion method of elastic waves in quantitative defection investigation|
|Keywords:||Full waveform inversion;Stratified media;Quantitative elastic parameters;Quasi-linearization method;Random search|
|Abstract:||Full waveform inversion is a challenging data-fitting procedure based on full wave field modeling to extract quantitative information on elastic properties of subsurface structures. We developed a frequency-domain full-waveform inversion method of elastic waves for stratified media, adopting a quasi-linearization method coupled with a random search algorithm. The inversion process of this method is irrelevant to hypocenter function and can be considered as a kind of combination between the heuristic and non-heuristic inversion methods. To verify our method, we apply it to three numerical two-dimensional models with different intermediate structures (dipping, arched and hollow), and their structures are well revealed. With some pretreatments on response waveforms, such as filtering, normalization and correlation analysis, the full-waveform inversion method is extended to models with damaged area and its feasibility and accuracy verified. Alignment of full waveform inversion method and its cost of computing, several strategies exist to treat this quantitative detecting problem. In Chengdu-Chongqing guest emergency project, the application of full waveform inversion method saves a lot of time. In this method, each section only needs 2 detectors and only need to be hammered twice, while the traditional CT (Computed Tomography) test requires 11 detection filters and at least 11 hammering, and each section has 121 waveform data. In some cases, we can obtain some important priori information through field investigation. The priori information can be used to accelerate the inversion process.|
|ISSN:||0975-1033 (Online); 0379-5136 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJMS Vol.48(06) [June 2019]|
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