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The Application of the Nonsplitting Perfectly Matched Layer in Numerical Modeling of Wave Propagation in Poroelastic Media

Song Ruolong, Ma Jun, and Wang Kexie College of Physics, Jilin University, Changchun 130023, China.  
The nonsplitting perfectly matched layer (NPML) absorbing boundary condition (ABC) was first provided by Wang and Tang (2003) for the finite-difference simulation of elastic wave propagation in solids. In this paper, the method is developed to extend the NPML to simulating elastic wave propagation in poroelastic media. Biot's equations are discretized and approximated to a staggered-grid by applying a fourth-order accurate central difference in space and a second-order accurate central difference in time. A cylindrical two-layer seismic model and a borehole model are chosen to validate the effectiveness of the NPML. The results show that the numerical solutions agree well with the solutions of the discrete wavenumber (DW) method.
【Fund】: This research was supported by Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 403740043).
【CateGory Index】: P631
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