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30.4 IASP, travel times for MULPLT

This program is a special version of IASP91 to be used in connection with EEV and MULPLT. Giving command iasp from the EEV prompt (or from within MULPLT), the program will read the current active S-file, and for each station, calculate possible IASP91 phases and arrival times relative to the hypocenter and origin time given in S-file. The origin information can be obtained from two places in the S-file: (1) The header lines are searched for hypocenter lines and the first found after the main header will be used, (2) If no secondary header lines, the main header line is used. The intention of this order is that it is possible to put in a PDE solution in a secondary header line (option INPUTONE in EEV) so that theoretical travel times are calculated relative to a fixed solution and not the temporary solution made by the local agency.

The IASP91 tables can be found in the local directory or DAT and have the same names as used in HYP and TTIM. The program generates an output file iasp.out in Nordic format. This file is read by MULPLT and the theoretical phases displayed on the screen. The number of phases calculated can be very large making it hard to see which phase is which. IASP therefore has a definition file, IASP.DEF, where phases to be written out are given. The file can be in the working directory or in DAT. If no definition file is available, all phases will be written to the iasp.out file. Below is an example of a IASP.DEF file.


This file contain the definitions of phases to be used when calculating
synthetic phases to be plotted with mulplt. There is one phase pr line
and each phase is preceded with the keyword IASP-PHASE. Only lines with this
keyword will be read. The defined phase then follows in column 13 to 20.
If no phases are defined, all ISPEI91 phases will be used.

Phase ID    Phase---
--------------------
IASP-PHASE  P
IASP-PHASE  PP
IASP-PHASE  PPP
IASP-PHASE  PKP
IASP-PHASE  pP
IASP-PHASE  sP
IASP-PHASE  PcP
IASP-PHASE  S
IASP-PHASE  SS
IASP-PHASE  SSS
IASP-PHASE  SKS
IASP-PHASE  ScS
IASP-PHASE  PS
IASP-PHASE  SP
IASP-PHASE  ScP

Notice that the definition file might prevent display of phases expected. In the axample above, e.g. Pg would not be seen so it is important to set up the definition file for the phases wanted. Fort local earthqukes, it is not enough to write P or S since these phase are named Pn, Pg, Pb, Sn, Sg and Sb so these phases names must be written like that.


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Peter Voss : Wed Aug 9 08:16:56 UTC 2017