Dec 01, 2006 Structured flow-based gridding procedures have been developed by a variety of investigators, both within Cartesian and curvilinear grid frameworks. A non-uniform coarsening technique that selectively removes fine scale grid lines in a manner that retains important high flow regions was presented in [1] .
Read MoreStructured flow-based gridding and upscaling for modeling subsurface flow. ... a third group of gridding techniques have been developed which investigate both permeability variation and flow fields.
Read MoreGrid generation techniques • Structured grids • Ordered set of (locally orthogonal) lines • Several Techniques can be used to Map a computational domain into a physical domain: Transfinite Interpolation, Morphing, PDE Based, etc. • The grid lines are curved to fit the shape of the boundaries • Unstructured grids
Read MoreRüger andHale(2006) use anon-structured gridding technique based on tesselation to break subsurface velocity models into logical units. An important set of structured meshing techniques used in other scientic elds are based on differential methods (Liseikin, 2004). These approaches pose mesh generation as solv-
Read MoreA Flogrid Simulation Gridding Program includes a Flogrid structured gridder. The structured gridder includes a structured areal gridder and a block gridder. The structured areal gridder will build an areal grid on an uppermost horizon of an earth formation by performing the following steps: (1) building a boundary enclosing one or more fault intersection lines on the horizon, and building a ...
Read MoreGridding is the process of subdividing a region to be modeled into a set of small control volumes. ... Grids may be structured or unstructured. A structured grid means that the volume elements are well ordered, and a simple scheme (e.g., I,J,K indices) can be used to label elements and identify neighbors. ... Another technique is to keep the ...
Read MoreMay 10, 2011 Grids with varying resolution can be generated by different approaches, e.g. nesting methods, patching algorithms and adaptive unstructured or quadtree gridding techniques. This work presents a new structured but non‐uniform Cartesian grid system as an alternative to the existing approaches to provide local high‐resolution mesh.
Read MoreIn this video you will see a diffusing serpentine inlet used to demonstrate some of the more advanced structured gridding techniques available in Pointwise. More. Structured Meshing for Low-Speed Ship Maneuvering Simulations. This case study describes how structured grids can provide the high accuracy and low cell count required for marine ...
Read MoreThe size variations need to be as small as possible. This is a critical aspect influencing the solver robustness and solution accuracy. However, this is not an issue in structured grids as the underlying gridding philosophy ensures smooth transitions. Next, the grid
Read MoreJan 05, 1999 To be fair, you should use the same code to solve the problem using both the structured mesh and the unstructured mesh. Also you should use the same code to grid the simple problem and the complex problem. To answer your second question first. For simple problem, say a single block problem, the gridding time would be about the same.
Read MoreStructured flow-based gridding and upscaling for modeling subsurface flow. ... a third group of gridding techniques have been developed which investigate both permeability variation and flow fields.
Read MoreGrid generation techniques • Structured grids • Ordered set of (locally orthogonal) lines • Several Techniques can be used to Map a computational domain into a physical domain: Transfinite Interpolation, Morphing, PDE Based, etc. • The grid lines are curved to fit the shape of the boundaries • Unstructured grids
Read MoreGridding is the process of subdividing a region to be modeled into a set of small control volumes. ... Grids may be structured or unstructured. A structured grid means that the volume elements are well ordered, and a simple scheme (e.g., I,J,K indices) can be used to label elements and identify neighbors. ... Another technique is to keep the ...
Read MoreJun 11, 2019 In some cases, a single structured grid system cannot match the overall structure of a reservoir, so a block grid or domain-based grid is used. ... C.W. 1988. Gridding Techniques in Reservoir Simulation. Proc., First Intl. Forum on Reservoir
Read Moregrids. A thorough review of structured gridding meth-ods (as well as unstructured) is available in . In the present work, the technique used to generate high as-pect ratio structured cells in the viscous region is a f\ Q hyperbolic method based on the work of ' . Grid points are placed according to the specification of the cell volumes and angles
Read MoreContrast seeking gridding Industry standard oil reservoir simulators can handle local reﬁnement or coars-ening within a structured grid. One could therefore create a grid that aligns well with geological structures by putting grid cell boundaries at high-contrastsurfaces. This idea was put forward by Li, Cullick, and Lake [7].
Read MoreStructured mesh generation for regular grids is an entire field itself, with mathematical techniques applied to ensure high-polynomial-order grid lines follow the solution space smoothly and accurately. In block-structured meshing, the domain is divided into large subregions, each of which is a structured
Read MorePaper 112, CCG Annual Report 11, 2009 (© 2009) 112-1 Unstructured Grid Generation Considering Reservoir Properties John G. Manchuk and Clayton V. Deutsch Accurately representing the structure of reservoirs is a non-trivial task and current practices utilize
Read Moretechnique for optimal gridding. Hence, there is a need. to introduce novel methods with the ability to capture. ... The major area of attention of this book is structured grid techniques. However ...
Read MoreJan 05, 1999 To be fair, you should use the same code to solve the problem using both the structured mesh and the unstructured mesh. Also you should use the same code to grid the simple problem and the complex problem. To answer your second question first. For simple problem, say a single block problem, the gridding time would be about the same.
Read MoreJun 03, 2015 Gridding techniques. The majority of reservoir simulation studies conducted today use Cartesian or corner-point structured grids with some application of local grid refinement to evaluate infill well locations or to more accurately calculate water and/or gas coning in a well.
Read MoreFORT WORTH, TX (2 September 2014) – Advanced Structured Gridding will be the topic of the short course presented during the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 in Anaheim, California. The course, chosen by a vote of Pointwise users, will be on 29 October and will highlight methodology for quickly conceptualizing and building complex structured ...
Read MoreFORT WORTH, TX (2 September 2014)—Advanced Structured Gridding will be the topic of the short course presented during the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 in Anaheim, California. The course, chosen by a vote of Pointwise users, will be on 29 October and will highlight methodology for quickly conceptualizing and building complex structured grids.
Read MoreThis technique is then combined with a flow-based grid generation procedure that is able to provide flexible, structured grids for geometrically complex, generally anisotropic systems. The permeability upscaling and gridding techniques will each be shown to lead to improvements in the accuracy of coarse scale reservoir descriptions relative to ...
Read MoreGrid generation techniques • Structured grids • Ordered set of (locally orthogonal) lines • Several Techniques can be used to Map a computational domain into a physical domain: Transfinite Interpolation, Morphing, PDE Based, etc. • The grid lines are curved to fit the shape of the boundaries • Unstructured grids
Read MoreJun 11, 2019 In some cases, a single structured grid system cannot match the overall structure of a reservoir, so a block grid or domain-based grid is used. ... C.W. 1988. Gridding Techniques in Reservoir Simulation. Proc., First Intl. Forum on Reservoir
Read MoreGridding is the process of subdividing a region to be modeled into a set of small control volumes. ... Grids may be structured or unstructured. A structured grid means that the volume elements are well ordered, and a simple scheme (e.g., I,J,K indices) can be used to label elements and identify neighbors. ... Another technique is to keep the ...
Read MoreThis technique is then combined with a flow-based grid generation procedure that is able to provide flexible, structured grids for geometrically complex, generally anisotropic systems. The permeability upscaling and gridding techniques will each be shown to lead to improvements in the accuracy of coarse scale reservoir descriptions relative to ...
Read MoreStructured mesh generation for regular grids is an entire field itself, with mathematical techniques applied to ensure high-polynomial-order grid lines follow the solution space smoothly and accurately. In block-structured meshing, the domain is divided into large subregions, each of which is a structured
Read MoreContrast seeking gridding Industry standard oil reservoir simulators can handle local reﬁnement or coars-ening within a structured grid. One could therefore create a grid that aligns well with geological structures by putting grid cell boundaries at high-contrastsurfaces. This idea was put forward by Li, Cullick, and Lake [7].
Read MorePaper 112, CCG Annual Report 11, 2009 (© 2009) 112-1 Unstructured Grid Generation Considering Reservoir Properties John G. Manchuk and Clayton V. Deutsch Accurately representing the structure of reservoirs is a non-trivial task and current practices utilize
Read MoreThe Advanced Gridding Upscaling module provides a detailed, yet intuitive workflow to take the static geomodel structure and property definition to a coarser more simulation-appropriate gridding resolution where engineers and geoscientists can ensure correct property sampling and
Read MoreJan 05, 1999 To be fair, you should use the same code to solve the problem using both the structured mesh and the unstructured mesh. Also you should use the same code to grid the simple problem and the complex problem. To answer your second question first. For simple problem, say a single block problem, the gridding time would be about the same.
Read MoreFORT WORTH, TX (2 September 2014)—Advanced Structured Gridding will be the topic of the short course presented during the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2014 in Anaheim, California. The course, chosen by a vote of Pointwise users, will be on 29 October and will highlight methodology for quickly conceptualizing and building complex structured grids.
Read Morestructured gridding method is a better approach to model Faults and complex wells present two important types of inter-nal boundaries to resolve in reservoir simulation. Faults are physical boundaries, which may form local barriers or con-duits to fluid flow. In structured grid simulation, fault surfaces
Read MoreSeveral methods have been proposed Uniform Fast Fourier Transform (LS-NUFFT) reconstruction method to perform a rapid acquisition, including echo planar imaging [1], [12–15] was developed from NUFFT [16,17] and is similar to gridding. compressed sensing [2], and parallel imaging with restriction to LS-NUFFT obtains good performances thanks to ...
Read MoreGridding and coding techniques (Section 4.1) are the basic techniques for constructing structured low altitude; Remote sensing (Section 4.2) and surface object extraction technology are important sources of surface geographic information for low-altitude structural construction, which can meet the demand of high dynamic updating of information ...
Read MoreA method of generating a hybrid grid allowing modelling of a heterogeneous formation crossed by one or more pipes such as, for example, an underground formation where one or more wells have been drilled, in order to form a representative model, for example of fluid flows in the formation in accordance with a defined numerical pattern is disclosed.
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