S-WAVE VELOCITY : ReMi and MASW
The surface-wave methods are commonly used for S-wave velocity measurement. The surface-wave method refers to the seismic surveys, which adopt dispersion of surface-wave to obtain S-wave velocity profile. ReMi does not need source based records, on the other hand MASW method requires sourced records to determine S-wave velocity.
The system consists of a digital recorder, laptop PC, cable and 4.5 Hz geophones. The recorder, Geometrics Geode-24 signal enhanced digital seismograph, collects the data with a 24-bit A/D conversion under SEG-2 format.
SeisOpt_ReMiDisper – ReMiVspect