Offers coverage of modern seismic instrumentation. This book provides the information on the basic understanding of seismic instruments. It covers such topics as: installing seismic stations, networks, and arrays; working with portable instruments; calibrating instruments; dealing with response information; and, teaching about seismic instruments.For example, a 12 V, 5 W power supply cannot feed a seismic recorder that needs 12 V, 1 A (12W). ... DC-DC converters use a DC input voltage (which may have a range) and supply another DC regulated voltage at a different level, which may be lower or higher than the ... Figure a.5 represents a typical circuit of an unregulated power supply and the waveform obtained when it is connected to a load.
|Title||:||Instrumentation in Earthquake Seismology|
|Author||:||J. Havskov, Gerardo Alguacil|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-02-11|