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Coal mine microseismic velocity model inversion based on first arrival time difference

  • Sen Cong
  • Yun-hong Wang
  • Jian-Yuan Cheng
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Abstract

The formation velocity is an important factor affecting the precise location of microseismic source. The establishment of elastic wave velocity model in the monitoring area to satisfy the requirements for precise location of seismic source has been a technical problem for the mine microseismic monitoring. Based on the assumption of horizontal layered medium condition, a new velocity model inversion method has been proposed. According to the concept of equal difference time surface, the first arrival travel time difference between the measured points and datum points is investigated on the basis of the observation point of first arrival travel time duration placed in the middle in the observational network. The minimal difference (double time difference) between the measured first arrival time difference and the calculated first arrival time difference is taken as the constraint condition, and the objective function is constructed to solve the velocity model. The DIRECT fast search algorithm with global optimization characteristics is applied to solve the objective function. This method is used to carry out the trial treatment for the mine microseismic model data and the measured data. The results show that the stratified velocity model under the horizontal layered medium can be obtained by his method using the microseismic data of known seismic source, with a better adaptability to different monitoring systems. Through the test for the actual data of “well-ground” joint microseismic monitoring, the velocity model obtained by the method in this paper can get more accurate location of the seismic source.

Keywords

Microseismic monitoring First arrival time difference Velocity model DIRECT algorithm Microseismic source location 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Geology and EnvironmentXi’an University of Science and TechnologyXi’anChina
  2. 2.Xi’an Research Institute of China Coal Technology and Engineering Group CorpXi’anChina

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