Standard Number, ASTM D – Title, Standard Test Methods for Downhole Seismic Testing. Status, Current. Publication Date, Standard Test Methods for Downhole Seismic Testing. Status: Withdrawn · Replaced by: ASTM D Buy this standard. Price: SEK. PDF. Add to cart. ASTM D Significance and Use. The seismic downhole method provides a designer with information pertinent to the seismic wave velocities of the materials .
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ASTM D – 17 Standard Test Methods for Downhole Seismic Testing
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ASTM D – 17 – Standard Test Methods for Downhole Seismic Testing
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Message to your colleague. A preferred method intended to obtain data for use on critical projects where the highest quality data is required is included. Also included is an optional method intended for use on projects which do not require measurements of a high degree of precision.
Other items addressed include source-to-receiver spacing, drilling, casing, grouting, a procedure for borehole installation, and conducting actual borehole and seismic cone tests.
Data reduction and interpretation is limited to the identification of various seismic wave types, apparent velocity relation to true velocity, example computations, use of Snell’s law of refraction, and assumptions. Several types of commercially available receivers and recording systems can also be used to conduct an acceptable downhole survey.
Special consideration should be given to the types of receivers used and their configuration. Heavily-damped sensors should not be used so that spectral smearing, phase shifting, and latency response between sensors is avoided.
These test methods primarily concern the actu. Report error on page.