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29 Ways to Understand Your Reservoir


Overview of Tecplot RS

  1. Bookmark specific views and configurations with the Plot Gallery. Export all views as images in batch.
  2. Spatially visualize individual well data with Pie Chart Bubbles. Assign variables to the pie segments.
  3. Display faults with an I-plane cross section. Watch how fluid moves across the fault.
  4. Compare two grid solutions side by side. Compare up to ten grid solutions at a time. Take the difference between the data sets and visualize the delta grid.
  5. Create custom multi-frame grid displays, and display multiple views at the same time. Take full control of what you want to see.
  6. Save layouts as templates to use on future projects.
  7. Understand the distribution of variables using histograms. Watch how the distribution changes over time.
  8. Analyze correlations in your data by creating cross-plots. For example, create a permeability vs. porosity cross-plot.
  9. View specific well data and grid solutions side by side.
  10. Probe cells and display property value vs. depth for a column of cells. Watch the changes over time.
  11. Isolate cells that include a well path (in one click!)
  12. Blank cells based on selected constraint variables. View animations of blanked cells over time.
  13. Draw a polyline to blank cells based on selected boundaries. Animate the blanked cells over time.
  14. Cut slices through the grid at arbitrary points. For example, take a slice between four wells and watch how the water saturation changes over time across the slice.
  15. Blank out I, J, and K planes using interactive sliders.
  16. Select specific planes to display. Easily move through other planes.
  17. Create isosurfaces at specified variable values.
  18. Sum all of the K layers in one click!
  19. Probe and display values at specific cells.
  20. Integrate grid properties. Apply a volume variable to the integration. Bin your integration results by another variable.
  21. Calculate Periodic Production Rates on the fly. Calculate weekly, monthly, and annual rates base on cumulative variables.
  22. Derive new variables on the fly with the Interactive Calculator. The new derived variable will be listed as a grid property.
  23. Perform conditional IF THEN statements with the Grid Equations calculator.
  24. Compare production data from multiple runs with historical well data. Easily scan through the entities one by one.
  25. Plot multiple entities for a single variable.
  26. Calculate the sum of a group of wells with one click!
  27. Create customer multi-frame plots. Step through the entities one by one.
  28. Create and view completion profile plots. View oil and water production rates.
  29. Analyze the quality of your history match. Set deviation bands and calculate the history match efficiency.