Homework on Velocity

# Homework on Velocity - 3. Show that Vaverage Vrms for all...

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Homework on Velocity  Please e-mail me your work by Oct 14, 2009 at 11.00 a.m.  1. For the following layered earth model calculate V average, Vrms from the surface  (top of first layer) to the bottom of each and every   layer. 2. Display your numerical calculations as line graphs: (a) Co-plot Vaverage, Vrms versus time (b) Co-plot Vaverage and Vrms versus depth Layer  number  (i) Interval  Acoustic  Velocity  (m/s) Thickness  (m) 1 100 1 2 500 2 3 600 20 4 1500 200 Label all units. Show and explain your work.

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Unformatted text preview: 3. Show that Vaverage Vrms for all four cases 4. Define Vcmc as 1/ 3 3 1 1 j i i j i j cmc i i V t V t = = = Show whether Vcmc&gt;Vrms or Vcmc&lt;Vrms by displaying your results in a graph of Vcmc versus either time or depth. 5. Calculate the Backus Average 6. How does the Backus Average compare to the other three methods of calculating averages? Rank them all in order, from smallest to largest....
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