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Conversion of ROOT MEAN SQUARE or INTERVAL VELOCITY into AVERAGE

  1. Aug 13, 2008 #1
    I really ain't sure whether my problem is mathematical or related to Physics but i most probably think it has a mathematical solution.

    I am have a situation where I have subsurface seismic velocity windows at certain Depth points. In the window I have been given the two-way time in seconds and root mean square velocity (Vrms). I have used the DIX equation to convert Vrms into interval velocity (Vint) but i need average velocity for depth conversion i.e time into depth.

    I am giving you the data at a particular CDP. Please tell me the relationship that can be made between the given quantities to find the required (average velocity).

    time----Vrms----Vint
    0-----1500----1940
    0.31----1940----2058
    0.62----2000----2510
    0.85----2150----3821
    0.97----2420----3312
    1.15----2580----5403
    1.23----2850----4399
    1.35----3020----4353
    1.96----3490----5286
    2.57----3990----5403
    5------4730
     
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