By Barry Saltzman, Renata Dmowska
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I .... 0 MO NP MO P mO NP mO P i .... 4 ~ .... 6 frequency i . . 5- t- 5. 2 ' ' ' I . . 4 frequency I . . 8 ' ' ' 1 (Hz) FIG. 17. Transmission coupling coefficients (M) and coupling energies (m) for incident fundamental mode of model C and outgoing fundamental mode of model P. NP and P indicate the non-poissonian and the poissonian formulations, respectively. Structural models: (a) Model 1; (b) Model 0; (c) Model 2. " -- o rQ) L_ "o dl dO -4 d2 -6 / -10 -12 0 I I .... I .... I .... 4 I .... 8 ' ' frequency (Hz) FIG.
9. Elastic and anelastic parameters of model C and model P. Thick lines represent S-wave velocities; Qs is the quality factor common to both structures. 5 ............ 5 """..... 8 frequency (Hz) FIG. 10. Coupling coefficients for CFPF and PFCF. The dashed and the thin lines indicate the coefficients defined by Eq. (85). For the sake of simplicity, in the following figures the models CONTINENT and PAMIR (Levshin, 1985) will be called model C and model P, while the fundamental mode and the higher modes are indicated, respectively, as F, 1, 2, etc.
15. Coupling energy for incident fundamental mode of medium I and first two outgoing modes of medium II (for the model see Fig. 14). The third parameter in the legend is the thickness of the topographic step, expressed in km. SEISMIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN HETEROGENEOUS MEDIA ~:,:1' .... 6' ~ 43 \ .......... 8i [ II'i, II 11 "'" ' .............................................. 2 \ ~/A .... 6 frequency 0[8 1 FIG. 16. Transmission of energy for the intracoupling of the first four higher modes: (a) topographic step of 1 km; (b) topographic step of 5 km.
Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 43 by Barry Saltzman, Renata Dmowska