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In this course, participants will learn how to build a static model and generate the final output as a table that can be used by a simulator or in Petrel Reservoir Engineering to initialize a dynamic model.
Participants will learn how to use two guided workflows, the rock type to table generation workflow and the End points to table generation workflow. You will be thought how to use the rock type to table guided workflow to prepare data for the simulation of an Oil-Water system using end point scaling approach. You will also be thought how to use the end points to table guided workflow to prepare data for simulation of Oil-Water, Gas-Water, or Gas-Oil-Water systems in a parameterized approach.
Participants will learn to use the import from Excel option to import data, generate deterministic rock Typing group, generate relative permeability and capillary pressure from end points, and generate an output table for the simulator.
The class will take participants through several methods of correcting capillary pressure data and modify relative permeability data. You will learn about the capillary pressure methods of closure correction, clay-bound water correction, pressure conversion and average capillary pressure curves by groups.333
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