Powerful seismovibrators as a possible source of acoustic and electromagnetic disturbances
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дата публикации: 2000
The observations of the disturbances of the acoustic, electric and magnetic fields at various distances from a vibroseismic source (5-12 Hz frequency range) are presented. Two centrifugal vibrosources (VS) with sinusoidal vibrational force onto the ground of 100 and 40 tons are used. Infrasonic signals are reliably recorded at distances up to 50 km. When the acoustic signal is large, a seismic signal with the same arrival time is also detected. Magnetic and atmospheric electric fields are detected at distances of several kilometers. These signals have practically zero lag time and precede the acoustic and seismic signals. The disturbances caused by the VS were also registered by telluric field measurements at distances up to 2 km from the source. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
первоисточник: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth: an official journal of the European Geophysical Society. Part A, Solid Earth and Geodesy
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