Surface-borehole TEM forward modeling

Published: 30 Dec 2019 | Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/zjbbtcgbk7.3

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They are the parallelized codes used for surface-borehole TEM forward modeling based on the code Loki (developed by Fred Sugeng, Art Raiche and Glenn Wilson in Electromagnetic Modeling Group – CSIRO Exploration & Mining ). The codes are compiled in the language ANSI Standard Fortran 95. The code is parallelized with MPI and OpenMP. With the software Visual Studio and Intel Parallel Studio XE, one can open the codes and do the surface-borehole TEM forward modeling with any geological model.

Four codes are developed based on the Loki, they are (1) ModSBTEM_3D_LbyL.v1 parallelized with even mode, the tasks are assigned to the processors evenly; (2) ModSBTEM_3D_LbyL.v2 parallelized with uneven mode, the tasks are assigned to the processors randomly; (3) ModSBTEM_3D_LbyL.v3 parallelized with uneven mode and optimized with multiple meshes, the geological model is discretized with multiple meshes; (4) ModSBTEM_3D_LbyL_Hybrid.v2.2 parallelized with hybrid MPI and OpenMP. Hardware requirement: a computer with multiple cores; software: Visual Studio and Intel Parallel Studio XE; program language: ANSI Standard Fortran 95.

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    Published: 2019-12-30

    DOI: 10.17632/zjbbtcgbk7.3

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    LIU, Chong (2019), “Surface-borehole TEM forward modeling”, Mendeley Data, v3


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