An open-source full 3D electromagnetic modeller for 1D VTI media in Python.
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The electromagnetic modeller empymod can model electric or magnetic responses due to a three-dimensional electric or magnetic source in a layered-earth model with vertical transverse isotropic (VTI) resistivity, VTI electric permittivity, and VTI magnetic permeability, from very low frequencies (DC) to very high frequencies (GPR). The calculation is carried out in the wavenumber-frequency domain, and various Hankel- and Fourier-transform methods are included to transform the responses into the space-frequency and space-time domains.

See https://empymod.github.io/#features for a complete list of features.

More information

For more information regarding installation, usage, contributing, roadmap, bug reports, and much more, see

Citation

If you publish results for which you used empymod, please give credit by citing Werthmüller (2017):

Werthmüller, D., 2017, An open-source full 3D electromagnetic modeler for 1D VTI media in Python: empymod: Geophysics, 82(6), WB9--WB19; DOI: 10.1190/geo2016-0626.1.

All releases have a Zenodo-DOI, provided on the release-page. Also consider citing Hunziker et al. (2015) and Key (2012), without which empymod would not exist.

License information

Copyright 2016-2018 Dieter Werthmüller

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See the LICENSE- and NOTICE-files or the documentation for more information.