Lesson No. 43: Linear Distribution of Velocity—VII. The Reflection Problem
Published:January 01, 1959
To apply the results of the several preceding Lessons to the reflection problem is now a relatively simple matter.
As a first step, let the medium (in which the velocity is of the form v=vo+ah) be bounded above by the horizontal plane of the surface of the earth and below, at depth H, by the parallel plane interface h=H.
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