Educational software bundle for studying magnetotelluric theory and specific geoelectric structure models

D. Kalisperi, G. Hloupis, J. Makris, Derek Rust, F. Vallianatos, V. Saltas, P. Soupios, I. Vardiambasis

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    Abstract

    Magnetotellurics is of one the most important and extensively applied research and exploration methodologies in electromagnetic geophysics engineering. On the other hand, many educational difficulties are reported concerning the level of comprehension and the depth of understanding of the learners with respect to magnetotellurics, as well as the development, by the tutors, of educational tools and methods for effective teaching of the various aspects of magnetotelluric theory. Aiming to contribute to improve these conditions, an educational software bundle was developed in order to provide configurable modelling and simulation tools of impedance tensor decomposition, distortion tensor decomposition, and Mohr circle topology in the context of different, user-definable geoelectric structure symmetries. Indicative examples are presented that demonstrate the mode of application of the various software modules in studying interesting magnetotelluric theoretical aspects and problems
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2005 WSEAS International Conference on Engineering Education
    EditorsD. Triantis, F. Vallianatos
    PublisherWSEAS
    Pages477-486
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)9608457289
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    EventWSEAS (World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society) Int. Conf. on Engineering Education - Athens
    Duration: 1 Jul 2005 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceWSEAS (World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society) Int. Conf. on Engineering Education
    Period1/07/05 → …

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