Using the NFG method to gravity data of the Hasankale-Horasan petroleum exploration province
Aydin A.1, Kadirov F.2
1 Department of Geological Engineering, Natural and Applied Science, Pamukkale University, Türkiye 20160 Denizli, Türkiye: email@example.com
2 Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Azerbaijan 119, H.Javid Ave., Baku, AZ1143: firstname.lastname@example.org
The effects of the hydrocarbon presence were shown on the NFG sections by the application of NFG downward continuation operations on the theoretical models. As the application of this method, important results were obtained for the Hasankale-Horasan petroleum area by applying this NFG method to the gravity data for the purposes of hydrocarbon presence. It was shown that more effectively signs of the hydrocarbon structures on the NFG section obtained field and models data at low harmonics. Mass geometry and location of the mass giving rise to the anomaly can be used to be determined from the knowledge of singular points at the mass and its borders.
Keywords: Normalized Full Gradient (NFG), Hasankale-Horasan
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