WISE-CASING: DC Simulation at Containment and Monitoring Institute (CaMI), Calgary, Canada numerical_data_obs1_excited_5hz.txt

For the model calculation we applied EM3D using completion diagram of CaMI site and a background resistivity consistent with the borehole logs. It was also important to use the accurate position of the return electrode. We note that for the data fit the code also incorporated well casings for well INJ and the other observation well, either OB1 or OB2, in the calculation.

In summary, we demonstrate here, for this particular case, that the DC results may be a reasonable approximation to the low frequency EM data collected at CaMI. If this approximation continues to hold, then the extreme computational efficiency offered by the hierarchical modeling used in the DC simulations will permit us to explore far more model complexity, especially the pervasive and troublesome data artifacts that arise when doing EM surveys in mature, culturally developed sites.

In Brief, both the low frequency and DC simulation codes provided very consistent results that match the field data really well, indicating their capability to help monitoring borehole integrity with the low frequency EM method. DC simulation data for excitation of Observation Well 1 using a 5 Hz source frequency. Data is provided as distance form wellhead (m) and Ex field amplitude (V/m).

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Citation Date 2019-04-30T06:00:00+00:00

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Name Jiannan Wang
Position primary contact
Organization Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Email JiannanWang@lbl.gov

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