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Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (program TCILOOP)

Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (program TCILOOP)

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geophysics -- Computer programs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Walter L. Anderson
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 81-1309, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-1309
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13564775M

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    Audio induction loop systems, also called audio-frequency induction loops (AFILs) or hearing loops, are an assistive listening technology for individuals with reduced ranges of hearing.. A hearing loop consists of one or more physical loop of cable which are placed around a designated area, usually a room or a building. The cable generates an electromagnetic field throughout the looped space.   Walter L. Anderson has written: 'Rapid computation of electromagnetic fields for high-frequency sounding in the kHz to 30 MHz range over layered media' -- subject(s): Mathematics.

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Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (program TCILOOP) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (program TCILOOP). [Walter L Anderson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Program TCILOOP is designed to compute transient (time-domain) decay sounding curves over layered earth models for a central induction (CI) loop system, assuming the quasi-static case (i.e., neglecting displacement currents).Cited by: 4.

Calculation of apparent conductivity for the transient electromagnetic (coincident loop) method using an HP calculator: (). Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (Program TCILOOP): USGS Open-File Rept.,Author: Roland.

Swift. by Anderson () for computing transient soundings for a central-induction loop system (program TCILOOP). However, in the frequency-domain, program TCILOOP used the vertical magnetic field (Hz) and a Jl-filter, whereas program TCOLOOP uses the tangential electric field E(r) and a Jl**2-filter (Anderson, ).Cited by: 1.

Anderson, W.L.,Calculation of transient soundings for a central induction loop configuration (Program TCILOOP): USGS Open-file report Knight, J.H. and Raiche, A.P.,Transient electromagnetic calculations using the Gaver-Stehfest. with the NLSTCI program [37] for the central loop case.

This program is a modification of NLSTCI (nonlinear least-squares inversion of transient soundings for a central induction loop system) and of a general nonlinear least square algorithm of Dennis et al. [40] to that of a constrainedAuthor: Satya Prakash Maurya, Nagendra Pratap Singh, Ashish Kumar Tiwari.

Measurements of the horizontal field in the central-loop configuration can map 3-D structures, provided the sensor is located accurately at the centre of the transmitting loop. Horizontal-field calculations show that the transients peak on the flanks of a 3-D structure, but are depressed over the structure's by: Calculation of the transient electromagnetic response is usually based on the assumption that the current turn-off wave- form is a step function (Fig.

la). This assumption is often not valid because /87/$ Eisevier Science Publishers B.V. time by:   Anderson, W. L., Calculation of Transient Soundings for a Central Induction Loop System (Program TCILOOP), U.S. Geol. Surv. Open-file rep, pp. Cited by: 1.

•Induction Loop Systems –Different technologies •Different Applications •FM / Radio System Assistive Technology for Hearing Impaired Semi-Fixed FM/Radio Systems Principle FM Receiver Neck Loop P.A. System m Fixed FM Can transmit all sounds provided by AV equipment Requires a 19 inch rack mount or similar space.

Calculation of Transient Soundings for a Centr al Induction Loop System. U.S.G.S. Interpretation of central-loop EM soundings near geological contacts: (). Interpretation of transient electromagnetic soundings over three-dimensional structures for the central-loop configuration:Author: Nicholas John Cooper.

Formulae for the transient electromagnetic response of a layered half-space for ramp function current turn-offs are derived for coincident loop, vertical dipole and horizontal dipole receiver. Small room and domestic induction loop amplifiers and kits designed to cover areas of up to 50m 2 (7m x 7m).

Perfect for TV lounges, bedrooms, small meeting rooms and council chambers, they include everything you need to create a high quality hearing loop system including connection leads, loop cable and fixings.

a matlab program for the analysis and interpretation of transient electromagnetic sounding data Herein we present a software system, written in MATLAB, to interpret TEM sounding data.

The program, dubbed maTEM, is designed to process, model and invert multiple soundings, either individually, or simultaneously along : Andreas Tzanis. CR1Dmod includes a functionality to model transient soundings (TEM-soundings) in the central loop configuration.

The implemented algorithm is based on that of Ryu et al. () and Anderson (), in which the vertical field at the center of a circular transmitting loop is calculated in the frequency domain and transformed to time domain by Cited by: Nonlinear least-squares inversion of transient soundings for a central induction loop system (Program NLSTCI), USGS Open-File Report Auken E.

and Christiansen A.V. Induction Loop Design Guide Design Process Designing a loop system is a process with many steps. A successful outcome depends on how carefully each step is performed.

These steps are explained in detail in this guide. The order of these steps generally follows the order of the table of contents.

Basic Concepts What is an induction loop system. The magnetic field generated by an induction loop system, induces a current in any closed path of a metal structure placed in the vicinity of the induction loop.

These induced currents tend to weaken the magnetic field and cause loss. This loss is dependant on the type and thickness of metal and its position in relation to the induction loop. The general expression of TEM response of large loop source over the layered earth models is not available in the literature for arbitrary source-receiver positions, except for the case of central loop and coincident loop configurations over the homogeneous earth model.

In the present study, an attempt is made to present the TEM response of a large loop source over the layered earth model for Cited by: 1. induction loop systems - aims to provide straightforward explanations of the technology involved together with hints, tips and advice on best practice installation.

In the UK, the installation of induction loop systems is governed by BS (The Code of Practice for Audio-Frequency Induction Loop Systems) and EN (Magnetic field. Current Thinking Guide to Audio Frequency Induction Loop Systems (AFILS) Induction Loops (AFILS) use a feature provided by all hearing aids (both analogue and digital types) which carry NHS or similar approval or comply with IEC, to deliver high quality sound directly to the hearing aid.

The main advantages of AFILS (Loop systems) over otherFile Size: KB.The present research describes a 1D inversion scheme for interpretation of large loop TEM data acquired using offset loop configuration due to a large loop source, over the layered earth models.

The inversion is based on a non-linear least square method that generates a smooth layered earth model by minimizing the residual misfit function in an iterative : Satya Prakash Maurya, Nagendra Pratap Singh, Ashish Kumar Tiwari.Audio Frequency Induction Loop Systems are designed to work in conjunction with a hearing aid.

When the switch is in the “T” position the hearing aid microphone is switched off and the user only hears the sound from the induction loop system.

All sounds in an area will be heard whether they are the desired sounds or not.