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Large-scale Computational Modelling of 3D Passive Elastic Seismic Wavefields

By • October 1st, 2015

Associate Professor Jeffrey Shragge, in collaboration with other researchers at The University of Western Australia, is using the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s resources and expertise to perform large-scale simulation, imaging and inversion of 3D passive elastic seismic wavefields.  3D and time-lapse (4D) seismic imaging are central to the exploration and monitoring the production of Western Australia’smore…

GPU-based modelling, imaging and inversion of complex 3D/4D seismic wavefields

By • June 22nd, 2015

3D and time-lapse (4D) seismic imaging is central to the exploration for, and the monitoring of, hydrocarbon reservoirs and CO2 sequestration projects on WA’s Northwest Shelf.  The main imaging kernel involves modelling seismic waves through a 3D velocity model.  Generating usable seismic images requires repeating this modelling 1000s of times, necessitating the use of HPCmore…

Computational modelling, imaging and inversion of 3D/4D seismic wavefields

By • June 22nd, 2015

3D and time-lapse (4D) seismic imaging is central to the exploration for, and the monitoring of, hydrocarbon reservoirs and CO2 sequestration projects on WA’s Northwest Shelf.  The main kernel involves modelling seismic waves through a 3D velocity model.  Generating usable seismic images requires repeating this modelling 1000s of times, necessitating the use of HPC.  Amore…

GPU-based modelling, imaging and inversion of complex 3D/4D seismic wavefields

By • February 18th, 2015

3D and time-lapse (4D) seismic imaging is central to the exploration for, and the monitoring of, hydrocarbon reservoirs and CO2 sequestration projects on WA’s Northwest Shelf.  The main imaging kernel involves modelling seismic waves through a 3D velocity model.  Generating usable seismic images requires repeating this modelling 1000s of times, necessitating the use of HPCmore…

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