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8 Response Due to Simple Shapes • Many simple geometrical shapes have simplistic analytic forms for the anomalous magnetic field. • Note same type of ambiguity in responses as seen in gravity. Depth Determination Half-Width Method Based on shape of target – see Table 3.2 in Sharma Slope Methods
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Unformatted text preview: •Not as dependent on target shape •Peter’s ½ slope method •Draw line tangent with max slope. •Draw lines at ½ that slope, and determine where tangent. •Multiply this distance by n/cos α . n ≈ 1.6 α is angle between body strike and magnetic north. ½ Slope...
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