Accession Number : AD0831840
Title : RESEARCH ON REFINEMENT AND INTERPRETATION OF GRAVITY ANOMALY COMPUTATION. SECTION I. PREDICTION OF THE GRAVITY ANOMALIES. SECTION II. EMPLOYMENT OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF THE GRAVITY ANOMALIES.
Descriptive Note : Annual technical status rept. no. 4, 1 Aug 66-31 Jul 67,
Corporate Author : OSSERVATORIO GEOFISICO SPERIMENTALE TRIESTE (ITALY)
Personal Author(s) : Carrozzo, M. T. ; Morelli, C.
Report Date : OCT 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 80
Abstract : The report is in two sections. Section One employs a statistical approach to the synthesis of the existing methods for predicting gravity anomalies and their accuracy. Some simple calculations of B.H values using Taylor's development are shown for a small area near 50 degrees North and 1 degree East. He concludes that tests executed so far prove the validity of Taylor's development in prediction calculations. However, the choice of order is very delicate and it is difficult to make such a choice a priori. Section Two discusses the use of electronic computers to apply the direct and indirect method of gravimetric interpretation. Flow charts of programs that calculate the gravity anomalies caused by mass of various forms are presented. (Author)
Descriptors : *MAGNETIC ANOMALY DETECTION), (*GEOPHYSICS, ITALY), (*DIGITAL COMPUTERS, GRAVITY, MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION, ACCURACY, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, OCEANS, TERRAIN, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, FLOW CHARTING, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, LEAST SQUARES METHOD, ERRORS, PROPAGATION, EARTH MODELS, TABLES(DATA).
Subject Categories : Geodesy
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE