Submitted by Rob Miller on Fri, 2012-03-02 15:20
As oil and gas exploration is forced to deal with increasingly complex geologies, many of the established imaging methods (for example Kirchhoff depth) can struggle to produce accurate images. Reverse Time Migration (RTM) has become firmly established in recent years as the preferred imaging option for complex geologies. Its simplicity and superior imaging quality stem from the use of a full solution 2-way wave equation. This makes no approximations limiting the direction in which seismic energy can travel.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 2011-03-25 13:45
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 2011-01-17 14:43
Acceleware latest webinar: Watch Acceleware Product Manager Chris Mason discussing the benefits of using GPU clusters for performance and power savings:
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 2010-12-22 16:59
The Management and Staff at Acceleware would like to extend their warmest wishes to you and your families this holiday season. As 2011 approaches, we would like to thank you for your continued loyalty and support. We look forward to another exciting New Year at Acceleware.
Submitted by Rob Miller on Wed, 2010-11-24 17:20
SuperComputing 10, the last of Acceleware’s three big fall tradeshows took place last week in New Orleans.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-11-09 08:17
At the 2010 Society of Exploration Geophysicists Meeting in Denver last week, Acceleware Research Scientist Dr. Damir Pasalic was concerned about the energy he would need to present two technical papers that are part of our work on Reverse Time Migration (RTM): "Convolutional perfectly matched layer for isotropic and anisotropic acoustic wave equations" and "A discontinuous mesh finite difference scheme for acoustic wave equations.”
Submitted by Rob Miller on Thu, 2010-10-21 14:01
SEMCAD workshop hosted by Dymstec and sponsored by SPEAG and Acceleware, October 2010
Submitted by Rob Miller on Wed, 2010-09-01 14:49
I know that Acceleware has not posted any blog entries since the end of June…..let me try to explain why. In this part of the world, summer is short. This year our summer weather has created a new definition for short as May and June were cool and rainy, and July was not much better. However during our summer months we spend as much time outside as possible soaking up the long summer days and the blogging production falls off accordingly. Now that September is here, it is time to resume normal programming. Here is a quick round-up the Acceleware fall schedule of activities.
Submitted by Chris Mason on Tue, 2010-06-29 02:32
SAR, Cell Phones, and San Francisco
Submitted by Darren Foltinek on Mon, 2010-06-07 09:07
During a seismic survey, each shot sends a wave propagating through the Earth, while receivers on the surface listen for reflections as that wave bounces off of geologic layers. Real-world geology can be extremely complex, and because of the different wave propagation velocities the of the different layers, the wave never expands in simple circles, like ripples in a pond. Instead it is scattered off of high-velocity contrasts, refracts around slower regions, is focused into beams.