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Numerical Simulation of 3D Borehole‐to‐Surface Electrical Method

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The anomaly response characteristics of the vertical line‐source 3D borehole‐to‐surface model are simulated by an adaptive finite element method. The calculation shows that the anomaly in the radial direction is pressed and the closer to the source, the more pronounced, the anomaly is stretched in the direction perpendicular to the radius. Adding a B pole in the Y direction can offset the effect of stretching to some extent. The anomaly that is closer to the source of the profile is clearer than the anomaly that is far from the source. The research results are of great significance for guiding the practical application of the borehole‐to‐surface electrical method.
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Keywords: Borehole‐to‐surface electrical method; adaptive finite element; line‐source

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2019

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