Lesson No. 10: Reflections from a Dipping Interface. II
Published:January 01, 1959
Before proceeding to an analytic discussion of our problem, it might be well to discuss a numerical case.
In Figure 31, we have represented a reflecting bed, R'R, dipping at an angle of 5° to the right and such that its depth below the shot-point 0 is 5,000 ft; that is, inthe figure, OT=5,000 ft.
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