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Seismic wave detection system based on fully distributed acoustic sensing
Author(s): Yue Jiang; Tuanwei Xu; Shengwen Feng; Jianfen Huang; Yang Yang; Gaoran Guo; Fang Li
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Paper Abstract

This paper presents a seismic wave detection system based on fully distributed acoustic sensing. Combined with Φ- OTDR and PGC demodulation technology, the system can detect and acquire seismic wave in real time. The system has a frequency response of 3.05 dB from 5 Hz to 1 kHz, whose sampling interval of each channel of 1 meter on total sensing distance up to 10 km. By comparing with the geophone in laboratory, the data show that in the time domain and frequency domain, two waveforms coincide consistently, and the correlation coefficient could be larger than 0.98. Through the analysis of the data of the array experiment and the oil well experiment, DAS system shows a consistent time domain and frequency domain response and a clearer trail of seismic wave signal as well as a higher signal-noise rate which indicate that the system we proposed is expected to become the next generation of seismic exploration equipment.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 November 2016
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 10025, Advanced Sensor Systems and Applications VII, 100250C (14 November 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2246818
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Yue Jiang, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Tuanwei Xu, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Shengwen Feng, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Jianfen Huang, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Yang Yang, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Gaoran Guo, Institute of Semiconductors (China)
Shijiazhuang Tiedao Univ. (China)
Fang Li, Institute of Semiconductors (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10025:
Advanced Sensor Systems and Applications VII
Tiegen Liu; Shibin Jiang; Rene Landgraf, Editor(s)

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