Less sensitive to low frequency Answered

Hi Support,

One of our user was trying to find information about Ricker wavelet and Sin wavelet on OnScale's support site, however, it seems there are not very much information addressing on actual implementation. Please see the following graphs for the result of waveles he runned:

According to user's test, OnScale seems to be less sensitive to low frequency. 

Please find relevant files in "OnScale question_TSRI_20210902"  from shared folder here: To OnScale

Please help us to check if there is any settings need to be adjusted. Thank you.

2 comments

  • Official comment

    Hi Selena, 

     

    I had a look at your models, I wasn't sure which one you are working on but have a look at my comment on your previous post and it should help you get better results. You need to adjust your frequency of interest, frequency of damping and drive frequency to get accurate results. I have explained what these are and where to change them in the comment on the other post.

     

    Best Regards,

    Chloe

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  • Hi Chloe,

    Thank you for your comment. I will update on the other post.

    Best Regards,
    Selena

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