Pre-stack depth migration on reflction data

Category Geophysic
Group GSI.IR
Location 21th symposium on geosciences
Holding Date 21 May 2008

   Abstract:
      The migration process removes the effect of wave propagation from the recorded seismic data. As an application of this operator, seismic events will move towards their correct positions, the diffraction has to collapse and dipping events has move to their correct subsurface locations.
   In this article different algorithm of migration operator have been considered and applied on real data. Based on the results, the Kirchhoff migration, which is the most common algorithm, was chosen and used to apply for pre-stack depth migration on real data. The data obtained from an oil field at the southern part of Iran. Subsequently the obtained results were compared.

   General:
     The migration process removes the effect of wave propagation from the recorded seismic data. As an application of this operator, seismic events will move towards their vorrect positions, the diffraction has to collapse and dipping events has move to their correct subsurface locations.
   In this article different algorithm of migration operator have been considered and applied on real data. Based on the results, the Kirchhoffmigration, which is the most common algorithm, was chosen and used to apply for pre-stack depth migration on real data. The data obtained from an oil field at the southern part of Iran. Subsequently the obtained results were compared

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