@article{SEMBLANCE RESIDUAL MOVEOUT ANALYSIS TO FIND ERORRS AND UPDATING THE INTERVAL VELOCITY MODEL MODE IN THE HORIZON BASED TOMOGRAPHY METHOD_2020, volume={82}, url={https://journals.utm.my/jurnalteknologi/article/view/14606}, DOI={10.11113/jurnalteknologi.v82.14606}, abstractNote={The tomography method requires an excellent initial velocity model. On the horizon based tomography, it will correct the travel time error of seismic waves along the horizon which is analysed using input results from the analysis of residual depth moveout. In this study, a semblance residual moveout analysis will be conducted after the interval velocity model has applied to the SBI field seismic data (CDP Gathers and RMS velocity). Based on the imaging results generated by the PSDM running process, an aperture value of 550 for inline and 800 for crossline is selected. PSDM generated from the initial interval velocity model has an acoustic impedance value between 1000 kg/m2s to 14339.2 kg/m2s. The PSDM process, residual moveout analysis, and horizon-based tomography are carried out iteratively until the error in the interval velocity model approaches zero. In this study, five iterations were performed. The resulting residual moveout is increasingly oscillating around zero after the 5th iteration, which indicates that the error in the interval velocity model is getting smaller. There are two types of residual moveout, namely residuals moveout positively and residuals moveout negatively. Residual moveout positive indicates that the velocity used is too high, while the residual moveout negative indicates that the velocity used is too low. The identification of interval velocity model errors with analysis of residual moveout semblance is calculated from depth gathers. The semblance residual moveout analysis is used for the Pre Stack Depth Migration (PSDM) depth image analysis stage along with the marker (well data). .}, number={6}, journal={Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences & Engineering)}, year={2020}, month={Oct.}, pages={29–37} }