4 edition of Induced Polarization found in the catalog.
James B. Fink
by Society of Exploration
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||414|
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Principles of Induced Polarization for Geophysical Exploration Paperback – December 7, by J. Sumner (Author)Cited by: Induced Polarization: Applications and Case Histories (Investigations in Geophysics, Vol 4) Hardcover – May 1, by James B. Fink (Author), Edgar O. McAlister (Author), Ben Sternberg (Author), W.
Gordon Wieduwilt (Author) & 1 more See Author: James B. Fink, Edgar O. McAlister, Ben Sternberg. Description. Developments in Economic Geology, 5: Principles of Induced Polarization for Geophysical Exploration focuses on the principles, methodologies, and approaches involved in induced polarization (IP), including anisotropism, electromagnetic coupling, and electrical circuits.
The book first takes a look at resistivity principles, Format: Ebook. Developments in Economic Geology, 5: Principles of Induced Polarization for Geophysical Exploration focuses on the principles, methodologies, and approaches involved in induced polarization (IP), 5/5(1).
The induced molecular dipole created is proportional to the strength of the electric field (ɛ) as well as the polarizability of the molecule, α.
Polarizability allows us to better understand the interactions that occur between non polar atoms and molecules and. celebrating the th anniversary of his seminal book on electrical methods published in in both French and English (l'Etude sur la Prospection électrique du Sous-sol, Study regarding electrical prospection of the underground).
This book contains the first quantitative description of induced polarization. Conrad Schlumberger. Induced Polarization. Induced polarization is a current-stimulated electrical phenomenon observed as a delayed voltage response in earth materials resulting from a capacitive behaviour (Ward, ).
From: Developments in Petroleum Science, Related terms: Electromagnetism; Electrode; Electromagnetic Field; Electric Potential; Sulphide.
Induced polarization (IP) is the Earth’s capacity to hold an electric charge over time. IP measures the voltage decay curve after the injected current is shut off. The higher the IP, the longer over time the charge is held—IP decays over time, typically a few seconds but sometimes up to minutes, and will eventually disappear.
Variations in chargeability can be diagnostic, for example, when aiming to characterize a mineral deposit (e.g.
Isa), where the chargeability of the mineralized zone is often higher than the host an induced polarization (IP) experiment is performed with the Direct Current Resistivity (DCR) hence they are often called DC-IP survey.