Technology for location, analysis, and interpretation of magnetic alterations as precursors of seismic phenomena update

Technology for location, analysis, and interpretation of magnetic alterations as precursors of seismic phenomena update

Civil Engineering Beyond Limits (CEBEL)
Volume 2 - Issue 4 - October 2021

Raymond Rosa Ávila Justo González Díaz Rafael A. López Ramos

Abstract

To date, several studies have shown that the Earth's magnetic field suffers alterations at the local geographical location before an earthquake occur. Its study demonstrates that the Earth’s magnetic alterations at specific local geographical zone, is a local seismic precursor alerting a proximity of an earthquake with a margin of error of approximately 10%. The electromagnetic noise from background is very confusing, but that reason was necessary to identify these electromagnetic signal precursors by filtering a large amount of noise. To isolate the electromagnetic noise, was implemented a Magnetic North deflection detection in Smart Phones Magnetometers. Using it technology, was developed a mathematical algorithm that work in combination with the Smart Phones magnetometers. This research was based on the study carried out by the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics (FCFM) of the University of Chile directed by the eminent Enrique Cordado, in his paper called “Latitudinal variation rate of geomagnetic cutoff rigidity in the active Chilean convergent margin”.

Keywords

Signal precursors, Magnetometers, Earth's magnetic field, earthquakes, Magnetic alterations, disturbances.
https://doi.org/10.36937/cebel.2021.004.004