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Induced seismicity and microseismicity 

Overview:  The course combines an overview of the general workflow for microseismic event processing and analysis and the physics behind earthquake induction.  Points covered over the two sessions include:

  • Overview of Earthquakes and microseismicity, scaling, quick overview of the workflow for a microseismic processing project
  • The mechanics of fracturing. Mechanisms driving the induction of microseismic events
  • Seismic magnitude
  • Induced seismicity cases: early examples of dam-induced seismicity, hydraulic fracturing-induced seismicity, overview of traffic-light systems.
  • Hands-on examples. Students will have access to a 5-day licence for InSite-HF to work and visualise example case studies. A brief introduction to the use of the software with the pre-configured examples is included.
  • Analysis, imaging, characterisation, and quantification of the induced fracture network. This includes tutorials with a laboratory sample case and the hydraulic fracturing of a tight-gas formation 

 

The course will be delivered online and includes hands-on tutorials, handouts in electronic format and a temporary 7-day licence of InSite-HF. This is a one (1) day course split over two (2) days, Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st of May 2022; sessions will be 13:00  to 17:00 (GMT+1) on both days.

 

Date: TBA

Time: 13:00-17:00 GMT+1

Registration deadline: TBA

Location: Online

Language: English

Duration: 8 hours (two 4-hour sessions)

 

Price: 300 GBP (+20% VAT for UK-based clients)

 

 


ASC reserves the right to cancel the course if a minimum number of participants is not reached. Registered participants will be offered a refund

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