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|ParkSEIS - Generation of 2D Young's Modulus Cross Section
1. Importing Input Data - 2D Velocity (Vs) Cross Section [*(2DVs).txt]
To display one of these files, in the main menu go to "Display" → "S-Velocity (Vs) Data" → "2-D Vs Cross Section (*.TXT)"
and then select a text file, as shown below.
The module has a top tool panel consisting of five (5) tabs: "Files", "View", "Edit", "Process", and "Chart", as shown below.
|2. Select "Process Tab" and Click "Young's"
|2.1 Conversion with Constant Values of Density and Poisson's Ratio
Check the "Use constant values for both" to use constant values throughout the entire section. Then, the following dialog will
appear where both values can be entered. Click "OK" and then another dialog to specify output file name (*.txt) will appear.
The output will be displayed in another window as illustrated below where output values are displayed in 50-5000 MPa.
|2.2 Conversion with Imported Values of Density and Poisson's Ratio
The following illustrates the option of using an external file. Check the "Use a text file with a format: [X Y (or Z) Rho Pos]
without " and click the "OK" button. A file open dialog ("Open Density & Poisson's Ratio File") will appear and in this example
the file "RhoPos.txt" is imported, contents of which are shown below in Notepad. Click "OK" and a "Save As" dialog to specify
output file name (*.txt) will appear. The output will be displayed in another window, as illustrated below, where output values
are displayed in 10-10000 MPa. A message dialog will also appear that indicates separate text files of density
[*(Density).TXT] and Poisson's ratio [*(Pos).TXT] will be generated and saved. Both of these saved files are also displayed