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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Recuperação De Atributos Sísmicos Utilizando A Migração Para Afastamento Nulo
Author: Vasquez A.C.R.
Oliveira A.S.
Tygel M.
Santos L.T.
Abstract: A conventional processing, without a reliable adjustment in order to preserve the seismic amplitudes, could damage the mapping of the petrophysical properties, jeopardizing the correlation between the seismic data and the well profile. A manner to estimate correctly the amplitudes and, therefore, the reflection coefficients is to perform a pre-stack migration in true amplitude, where an amplitude distortion caused by the geometrical spreading throughout the ray path is compensated by the migration calculation. Nevertheless, this process has an expensive cost as well as is dependent from the velocity model. A routine less expensive than the other one and also more stable taking into account the velocity model, is to transform the seismic section obtained from the acquisition in common offsets in simulated section in zero offset with true amplitudes. This transformation is called true amplitude Zero Offset migration (TA MZO). In a media with constant velocity, the stack curve for the MZO and the weight function are reduced in analytic formulas, mitigating the computational effort. This work has two main objects: the first is to verify the TA MZO algorithm efficiency for a constant velocity in a synthetic model to a complex geology based on a Neo-Albian turbidity reservoir, where the assumption of constant velocity is not respected. The second one is to perform quantitative studies as results of the technique described above. Likewise, the study tries to analyze how useful is the methodology to compute the graphics for AVO and AVA analyses, helping the reservoir characterization.
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Date Issue: 2002
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