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Seismic Wave Recording by 2S-Seismographs

@article{Gurcan1999SeismicWR,
  title={Seismic Wave Recording by 2S-Seismographs},
  author={Ruhi Gurcan},
  journal={arXiv: Geophysics},
  year={1999}
}
  • Ruhi Gurcan
  • Published 11 November 1999
  • Geology
  • arXiv: Geophysics
Researchers of seismic waves may construct a new seismographic recording adding one seismometer to each component of a conventional seismic station. The two identical conventional seismometers are set up in position of perpendicular and are connected in parallel feeding one recording device (digital or analog). This use of the seismometers (which they may be both horizontal or, one is vertical) is called "two seismometers seismograph" or simply "2S-S". 2S-seismograph performs new capabilities… 

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