The combination of different input sources such as Vibroseis and Dynamite requires a phase adoption.
The internal structure had been previously studied using a prospecting technique employing dynamite blasts in 1954.
The rate of decay of peak amplitude versus distance, as waves radiate out, is examined in the region close to the source which may be nuclear or dynamite explosives and found to be linear in log-log scale.
Results indicated that the dynamite charge caused jurors in the voting minority to feel coerced and change their votes, reduced the pressure felt by those in the majority, and hastened the deliberation process in juries that favored conviction.
When juries report that they are deadlocked, judges often deliver the dynamite charge, a supplemental instruction that urges jurors to rethink their views in an effort to reach a unanimous verdict.