This program can be used for calculating global travel times, see below for details on phases calculated. The program assumes that you have the travel time tables in the working directory or in DAT, see computer notes below on how to generate these file if not already there. The same files are also used by HYPOCENTER.
After starting the program, the first two questions 'do you want xxxxx' relate to range summaries, etc., that are normally not required and can be answered with n(no) followed by ENTER. The program then asks 'Enter phases, one per line...' You can then enter a specific phase, or a keyword defined as follows:
|gives all phases
|gives P-up, P, Pdiff, PKP, and Pkikp
|gives P-up, P, Pdiff, PKP, Pkikp, PcP, Pp, Ppdiff, PPKP, PPKIKP, Sp, Spdiff, SPKP, and SPKIKP
|gives S-up, S, Sdiff, SKS, Ss, Ssdiff, SSKS, Ps, Psdiff, and PSKS
|gives P+ and S+ as well as ScP, SKP, PKKP, SKKP, PP, and P'P'
Writing all individual phases, separate by ENTER, terminating the list with an additional ENTER. The program will then enter a loop where phase times are calculated for new distances entered on request. The program is terminated for a particular distance by entering -1, and a new depth can be used, or the program can be terminated by entering -1 again.
A special version of this program used in connection with MULPLT and EEV is IASP. When used from MULPLT, it will use an input file with stations to use called iasp.inp. The file contains station codes of all station in waveform file(s). If no iasp.inp preesent, it will use all stations in S-file.
In order to generate the earth model files IASP91.HED
and IASP91.TBL, first run program REMODL, then program SETBRN. The
program REMODL has the earth model hardwired. Note: These binary files
CANNOT be moved between platforms. They are included with SEISAN for
each respective distribution. If lost, they must be regenerated on
the same platform.
For more information about IASP91 programs, see HYPOCENTER manual by B. Lienert.
On at 64 bit computer the IASP files must be regenerated is you have the files from a 32 bit computer, with the programs REMODL and SETBRN.