In this study, we propose the design methodology for monitoring the earthquake and for detecting and tracking micro-seismic changes in the earthquake prediction system. The alert device includes these sensors will be drastically different from current early warnings using the dozens of seismometers network across seismically active regions for measurement of small acceleration signals directly and, as the first, low-noise stage of the instruments measuring low-noise velocity signals. Strain develops over considerable time in the overlying stratum at right angle to the applied shearing (max) stress, obeying the internal friction of the stratum, available seismic energy and law of stress–strain relationship. Using estimated energy (seismic), stress accumulation, the addition or subtraction in the strain rate due to stress developed can be analyzed for a seismic event. This concept may lead to better understanding of stress generation; build up, transfer and final drop. Then we propose a methodology to identify type of data can be used for the spectral analysis in earthquake seismology and what type of instrument can be used for the spectral analysis in for data acquisition.
Part of the book: Computational Optimization Techniques and Applications