Voxi Earth Modelling. But the use of 3D voxel inversion modelling was an eye opener. More about IP and Resistivity inversion. Recent software improvements enable routine smooth-model inversion of resistivity and induced polarization. ©2018 Zonge International. RES3DINV - 3D inversion geophysical software for resistivity and. The 2D Resistivity & IP inversion. Download RES3DINVx32 Demo version Some customers. 3D Resistivity Inversion Software • 3D resistivity forward modeling and inver-sion. • Surface resistivity imaging and cross bore-hole resistivity tomography.



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The resistivity method is frequently used in the investigation of the shallow parts of the earth. Interpretation of such data is usually done assuming a layered earth. However, a more complete imaging can be obtained if 3D models are used. Thirty-five vertical electrical soundings (VES) were carried out in a regular mesh at the northwestern part of Greater Cairo in order to characterize different geological units and to study their quality for building foundations. Models obtained from 1D inversion of each VES, together with borehole information, were used for construction of eight geoelectrical sections which exhibit the main geoelectrical characteristics of the geological units present in the area. The 3D inversion of the data indicated a complex subsurface electrical resistivity distribution conditioned by lithology, water content and tectonic structures. The results indicate that the subsurface consists of different geologic units such as gravel and sand, sand, clay and limestone. The main results are related to the characterization of the clay formations in the north of the survey area, which is revealed by low-resistivity values (<100 Ω m) and sand layers associated with high-resistivity values (>600 Ω m) depicted in the central part of the study zone.

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Res2dinvx32 ver. 3.71.118 software installation files, with support for multiple gradient array

For current users using Windows XP/Vista/7 - RES2DINV.EXE ver. 3.59.121 file only. To use this update, copy it so that it overwrites the old version in the appropriate folder in your hard-disk.

Res2dinvx32 ver. 3.71.118. New version of program with multi-core CPU support.
New inversion routines for time-lapse data. IP inversion using complex resistivity method.

Res2dinvx64 ver. 4.9.10. 64-bit version of Res2dinv. Free demo version that allows the user to save the inversion results for 2D data sets (including topography) with up to 84 electrodes. Full version supports up to 12000 electrodes. Supports I.P. time-lapse data, and underwater survey with water area of limited extent such as a survey line across a levee or dam. Supports underwater surveys with suspended streamer betwen water surface and bottom.
The AGSLicense.dll and libiomp5md.dll files must be copied to the same folder as the RES2DINVx64.EXE file.

Manual for RES2DINV

Japanese version of manual for RES2DINV

Updated Windows Help file for RES2DINV

Program to generate support data files for RES2DINV. Not required for RSE2DINVx32/x64.

List of new features in RES2DINV

Instructions for installing the dongle driver for Windows Vista and 7.