Session One 3 hours - Structural Concepts and Fundamentals Forces - Stress and strain Tectonics - Extensional, Compressional, Strike-Slip Scale - Regional to Microscopic Students will gain an understanding of the forces involved in the creation of structure, and of the relationship between those forces and the subsequent structure type. This will be discussed at all scales, from scall-scale to regional. The tectonic origin of the forces will be discussed in relation to the large-scale structures that result. At the end of the session, students will have a clear understanding of how and why structures happen.
Structural features of rocks, the geographical distribution of the features, and their causes are studied by structural geology; and tectonics deal with the study of the broader structural features of the earth and their causes. The scope of tectonics and structural geology are vast, ranging from the broadest framework of the earth and the major crustal elements, through folds and faults, to the fine detail of rock fabric.
In petroleum point of view, tectonics and geologic structures are very important.
Broadly interrelated assemblages of geologic structures constitute the fundamental structural styles of petroleum provinces. These assemblages generally are repeated in regions of similar deformation, and their associated hydrocarbon traps can be anticipated prior to exploration.
The structural styles are related to the larger kinematics of plate tectonics and, in some situations, to particular depositional histories therefore, most styles have preferred plate tectonic habitats. Accordingly, knowledge on tectonics and structural geology and ability to analyze them are very important for exploring and producing basins and structures in Indonesia.
Within this five-day course, participants will learn, refresh and expand his or her knowledge on tectonics and structural geology.
Basic science of the topics, based on both classical and modern views, will be reviewed. Recent concepts and technical progress on tectonics and structural geology, based on published literatures to date from many areas of the world, will be presented and discussed.
Tectonic and structural cases from Indonesia will be discussed in detail. The course will put structural analysis of the traps within integrated petroleum system analysis.
One-day field trip will be allocated to Lembang Fault situated 10 km to the north of Bandung. It is a volcano-tectonic Quaternary active fault, 22 km long, with dip- and strike-slips fault in West Java. The reactivation of the fault has notoriously caused some earthquakes in history and current time.
Several spots along the fault line, mostly its morphological expressions, will be visited. The field trip will also visit famous Bosscha star observation sitting on the fault line, and Junghuhn Park — a graveyard of great naturalist of Java Island.
After the course, the participants will improve his or her knowledge and ability to do analysis on tectonics of larger areas and basin scale, related to petroleum system and play, and detailed structural analysis within basin and on individual trap.
The course will benefit both junior and senior petroleum professionals. The instructor has actively learned, researched, published, supervised and taught students and professionals on tectonics, structural geology and petroleum system for the last 20 years.
Strong knowledge on the subjects and wide experience on many basins in Indonesia will provide him a good command of teaching the course.PHD DATA Details of Ph.D Graduate and his/her Ph.D. Supervisor Details of Mandatory Research Paper(s) published by the Ph.D Graduate prior to award of Ph.D.
Degree S.# Name. Journal of the Geological Society, London, Vol. , , pp. – Printed in Great Britain. Deformation bands in sandstone: a review H A A KO N F O S S E N 1, R I C H A R D A.
The application of structural geology, plate tectonics, and structural styles in petroleum exploration. Objectives: This course presents the structural models of common trap forming structures. Pattern of normal faulting in the Gediz Graben, SW Turkey. Author links open overlay panel N.
Bozkurt Çiftçi a Erdin Bozkurt b. an application to San Fernando earthquake sequence.
The geology of fluvial deposits: sedimentary facies, basin analysis and petroleum geology. Springer, New York () pp.
Morris et al., Session 3 (3 hours) - Interpretation of Structure. Seismic Interpretation of Structure. Structural Interpretation of Borehole Images.
Surface Representation of Structure. This session is devoted to the interpretation of structure from the data meansurements and types currently employed in . SKAA 12 Hydraulics SKAA Eng. Geology & Rock 13 Mechanics 1 2 Application of the experimental results to the real civil engineering problem will be highlighted.
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to perform laboratory experimental work and investigation in concrete, transportation, hydraulics and.