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Penentuan Anomali Gayaberat Regional dan Residual Menggunakan Filter Gaussian Daerah Mamuju Sulawesi Barat Karunianto, Adhika Junara; Haryanto, Dwi; Hikmatullah, Fajar; Laesanpura, Agus
EKSPLORIUM Vol 38, No 2 (2017): November 2017
Publisher : Pusat Teknologi Bahan Galian Nuklir - BATAN

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AbstrakMetode gayaberat merupakan metode geofisika yang sudah sering digunakan dalam prospeksi sumberdaya mineral. Parameter objek pencarian berdasarkan variasi pengukuran percepatan gayaberat di permukaan yang diakibatkan oleh variasi perubahan geologi bawah permukaan. Lokasi penelitian di daerah Mamuju Provinsi Sulawesi Barat yang secara tektonik merupakan wilayah geologi kompleks berada pada pertemuan tiga lempeng besar yaitu Pasifik, Indo-Australia, dan Eurasia serta Lempeng Filipina yang berukuran lebih kecil. Selain itu Mamuju merupakan wilayah dengan laju dosis radioaktivitas tinggi sehingga berpotensi memiliki sumberdaya mineral radioaktif. Tujuan dari penelitian adalah mendapatkan anomali gayaberat dengan cara melakukan pemisahan dan interpretasi secara kualitatif anomali gayaberat regional dan residual. Nilai Anomali Bouguer Lengkap (ABL) daerah penelitian yang didapat dari hasil pengukuran adalah 46,0 – 115,7 mgal. Berdasarkan peta ABL tersebut proses pemisahan anomali gayaberat regional dan residual dilakukan dengan menggunakan teknik Gaussian Filtering. Teknik filtering ini bekerja berdasarkan analisis spektrum perubahan amplitudo gayaberat secara spasial yang hasilnya berupa bilangan gelombang dengan cutoff sebesar 1,1736 x 10-3/ m dan panjang gelombang sebesar 5373,45 m. Anomali gayaberat regional dan residual berturut-turut memiliki rentang nilai 51,8 sampai 102 mGal dan -10,4 sampai 14,8 mGal. Kedalaman wilayah spektrum masing-masing anomali tersebut dapat dihitung berdasarkan panjang gelombangnya yaitu anomali regional sebesar 970,97 m dan anomali residual sebesar 100,21 m. Terdapat lima zona berdasarkan peta anomali residualnya yaitu zona A, B, C, D, dan E. Anomali gayaberat positif paling besar terdapat pada zona A dan B yang diperkirakan dipengaruhi oleh keberadaan lava Adang dengan arah penyebaran relatif utara – selatan. AbstractGravity method is a geophysical method that has been frequently used in prospecting mineral resources. The parameter of searched object is based on variations of gravity acceleration measurements on the surface due to variations in sub-surface geological changes. Research area is located in Mamuju Area of West Sulawesi Province where tectonically a complex geological region, which is at a meeting of three large plates, the Pacific plate, the Indo-Australian plate and the Eurasian plate and the smaller Philippine plate. In addition, Mamuju is an area with a high radioactivity dose rate that has potency to radioactive minerals resources. The purpose of the research is to obtain gravity anomalies by using qualitative separation and interpretation of regional and residual gravity anomalies. Complete Bouguer Anomaly (CBA) value of the research area obtained from the measurements was 46.0 – 115.7 mGal. Based on the CBA map, the separation process of regional gravity anomalies and residual using Gaussian filtering technique conducted. This filtering technique works based on spectral analysis of gravity amplitude changes in spatial where the result is a cutoff wave number of 1.1736 x 10-3/meter and a wavelength of 5373.45 m. The regional and residual gravity anomalies range from 51.8 to 102 mGal and -10.4 to 14.8 mGal respectively. The depth of influence of each anomaly is calculated based on their spectral wavelengths, resulting 970.97 m and 100.21 m for regional and residual anomalies respectively. There are five zones based on the residual anomaly map, which are zones A, B, C, D and E. The heaviest positive gravity anomaly is found in zone A and B, which is predicted to be influenced by Adang lava with relative north – south distribution.
Physical Modeling on Time Domain Induced Polarization (TDIP) Response of Metal Mineral Content Yatini, Yatini; Santoso, Djoko; Laesanpura, Agus; Sulistijo, Budi
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Vol 8, No 02 (2018) : IJAP Volume 8 ISSUE 02 YEAR 2018
Publisher : Department of Physics, Sebelas Maret University

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The Induced Polarization (IP) methods is an extension of resistivity method by adding ability of the ground in storing electrical charge. One of the measurement technique is done in time domain, hereinafter referred to as Time Domain Induced Polarization (TDIP). TDIP responses measured on the surface are affected by the physical properties of the subsurface. Research in TDIP response modeling studies is performed to obtain a quantitative relationship between response to metallic mineral content at subsurface. The relationship can be obtained by forward and physical modelling. The forward modeling produces a curve that connects TDIP response to the subsurface parameters and an array. The laboratory-scale physical model is performed on the sand-box size (200x100x70) cm3 by varying iron-ore content in a sphere target. TDIP response measurements on physical models is done using Dipole-dipole and Wenner configuration. The relationship between the TDIP response and metal mineral content is obtained by comparing the results of measurements on physical modeling and forward modelling. There is good appropriatement between the theoretical curves and measuring results of the physical modelling. The greater of iron-ore content on the target, increasing in the TDIP response.