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Petrel 2009.1

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Petrel 2009.1

Postby nisa_core » Sun May 13, 2012 9:49 pm

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[shadow=red]Software by schlumberger
Petrel 2009 delivers fast, intuitive, and productive geophysical interpretation, geologic modeling, reservoir engineering, and innovative domain science for more accurate reservoir characterization
New multithreaded Gaussian simulation algorithm 8x faster than Petrel 2008, 1000 x faster than Petrel 2007
ultipoint geostatistics combine hard well data with analogs to distribute properties based on seismic attributes for improved reservoir characterization
Seismic attributes and geobodies better integrated into the modeling process for more accurate modeling, targeted well planning, and improved collaboration

Major E&P software enhancements include
Fault and horizon interpretation workflow efficiencies allow rapid assessment of exploration acreage. Run multiple iterations to rank and risk prospects, easily running uncertainties around velocity, structure, porosity, or any other relevant property
Advanced multipoint statistics combine hard well data with analogs on real-world models in minutes rather than hours. New random Gaussian simulation enables rapid distribution of geologic properties based on acoustic impedance (through new Petrel inversion algorithm) or other seismic attributes, for big productivity gains in understanding rock and fluid properties of the subsurface
New science and approaches for fast performance and state-of-the-art scalability leverage all the latest computing capability for maximum return on your hardware investment

The industry's only completely unified seismic to simulation workflows provide
Unrivalled scalability and performance maximize investment in hardware by leveraging latest graphics, multicores, and 64-bit memory addressing
Exploration through development in a single canvas improve collaboration and eliminate knowledge gaps created by multiple overlapping applications
End-to-end uncertainty analysis more accurate risk analysis and prospect ranking Customizable workflows integrate propriety IP to generate unique workflows
Functionality upgrades capture knowledge, repeat workflows, and update models while drilling

Scalable 2D and multiple 3D volume seismic interpretation at your desktop deliver
Fast, intuitive seismic interpretation allow rapid prospect identification
Integrated seismic inversion workflow improve understanding of rock properties
Enhanced domain conversion increase performance and build velocity models from stacking velocities
Improved seismic well tie module more closely match geology to geophysics
Interactive volume blending and geobody extraction of up to 3 attributes generate more accurate reservoir classification
Improved usability including new color bar handling, interpretation manager, automated fault polygon generation, and 3D paintbrush autotracker.[/shadow]
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Input Data
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Postby Bilal Amjad » Thu May 17, 2012 1:20 pm

good contribution Nisa!
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Postby Missa » Thu Nov 14, 2013 6:10 pm

Bilal Amjad wrote:good contribution Nisa!

Great work.. but I couldn't download any of them because the files have no longer exist, and all were removed..
It will be so kind of you to upload them again....
my great thanks... :idea:
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Postby Missa » Thu Nov 14, 2013 6:12 pm

Great work.. but I couldn't download any of them because the files have no longer exist, and all were removed..
It will be so kind of you to upload them again....
my great thanks... :idea:
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