Insights & fundamentals

Natural Resources

Material systems are considered as discrete units of the space-time continuum similar to wave-particle duality in quantum physics. That is, material objects in the FDR Technology are defined as a manifestation of discrete, not wave properties of space-time. The long-term research has produced objective, general algorithms to identify and visualize topological elements of space-time that match various substances and structural clusters including minerals, hydrocarbons and geological formations, in other terms fractal clusters. It allows to immediately locate and map, the various types of minerals on totally unexplored territorys and underexplored areas in a direct way and research large territorrys within short time.

In physics, at a fundamental level, it all comes to basic types of interactions: strong, electroweak and gravitational. These fundamental interactions determine the entire functional and evolutionary structure of the universe. The variety of material, energetic, signal and genetic elements of material systems is based on strict geometric patterns that determine the differentiation of matter from atomic to macro-level. An example of this differentiation is the dependence of properties of chemical elements on the atomic weight of elements in the periodic system. Stress fields, on which the basic FDR principles are based, demonstrate the global geometric properties of Earth's crust matter. As a result of the natural oscillations of the Earth due to the precession of the inner core, elastic deformations accumulate in the the Earth's crust. They determine the structure and material characteristics of geological objects.
The analysis of stress fields is based on the study of SI in the FDR Technology system according to the interference spectrum of wave deformations arising in inhomogeneous and deformed geophysical environments in their stages of tectonic activity. Stress fields and nature of fold and fault deformation of rocks are studied in order to simulate the tectonic development of individual sections of the Earth's crust, which may be connected with specific types of minerals, including oil-bearing fields. Tectonic deformations appear in various forms and combinations and compose a holistic system of geometric images that are in specific relations with each other.
The FDR technology is based on the selection of homogeneous structural elements, fractals, which are the elementary carriers of material, energetic signal, localized in space and time in the structure of the mineral system. Thus, identifying the structural/-material mineral complexes is reduced to consolidating the isomers on the basis of certain criteria in genetically homogeneous fields of objects characterized by the same density gradient. Vector stress fields are completely similar to seismic wave fields, according to physical characteristics. The difference is that, in the method of reflected waves (MRW), the velocity of elastic waves passage in geological environment is the main indicator, which depends on the surrounding rocks density. In the FDR system, the gradient of field's density is a degree of matter deformation indicated according to the structural features. As in seismic exploration, where geological section is divided into relatively homogeneous rock layers, according to the velocity of bodily wave, FDR analysis identifies homogeneous areas of the geological environment by empirically established geometric criteria in deciphering satellite images, which previously have undergone special processing.
Since vector stress fields, as well as geophysical fields of reflected waves have a wave nature and are oriented in space-time continuum, there is a real possibility of integration of the methods based on fundamental geophysical principles. Stress fields correspond to the acoustic wave fields in seismic exploration, according to main geodynamic characteristics. The interpretation of wave fields allows to locate hydrocarbon accumulations using density characteristics, to define boundaries of the oil-water contact and to restore basic stages of development of oil-bearing basins according to mappable sedimentary complexes. It also enables the compilation of horizon maps of hydrocarbon accumulations as well as determination of the depth of producing horizons. Simultaneously, geological identification of the located areas of equal density is carried out according to the combination of features, including a database of standard objects, as well as literary sources of geological information.