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emg3d: A multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic diffusion. / Werthmüller, Dieter; Mulder, Wim; Slob, Evert.

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title = "emg3d: A multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic diffusion",
abstract = "Controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) surveys are a common geophysical investigationtool in the search for, amongst other, groundwater, hydrocarbons, and minerals. The nu-merical modelling of CSEM data requires the solution of the Maxwell equations. These canbe simplified in the particular case of CSEM, as the frequencies used in surveys are usuallysufficiently low to ignore any displacement currents. A diffusive problem remains, which hasthe resulting system of equations given in the frequency domain byE",
author = "Dieter Werthm{\"u}ller and Wim Mulder and Evert Slob",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.21105/joss.01463",
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AU - Werthmüller, Dieter

AU - Mulder, Wim

AU - Slob, Evert

PY - 2019

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N2 - Controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) surveys are a common geophysical investigationtool in the search for, amongst other, groundwater, hydrocarbons, and minerals. The nu-merical modelling of CSEM data requires the solution of the Maxwell equations. These canbe simplified in the particular case of CSEM, as the frequencies used in surveys are usuallysufficiently low to ignore any displacement currents. A diffusive problem remains, which hasthe resulting system of equations given in the frequency domain byE

AB - Controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) surveys are a common geophysical investigationtool in the search for, amongst other, groundwater, hydrocarbons, and minerals. The nu-merical modelling of CSEM data requires the solution of the Maxwell equations. These canbe simplified in the particular case of CSEM, as the frequencies used in surveys are usuallysufficiently low to ignore any displacement currents. A diffusive problem remains, which hasthe resulting system of equations given in the frequency domain byE

U2 - 10.21105/joss.01463

DO - 10.21105/joss.01463

M3 - Article

JO - Journal of Open Source Software

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