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  • September 18, 2012

Russian Hydrodynamic Modeling, Prediction, and Visualization in Java

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager

JSC "SamaraNIPIoil", located in Samara, Russia, provides the following applications for internal use.

  • SimTools. Used to create & manage reservoir history schedule files for hydrodynamic models. The main features are that it lets you create/manage schedule files for models and create/manage well trajectory files to use with schedule files.




  • DpSolver. Used to estimate permeability cubes using pore cube and results of well testing. Additionally, the user visualizes maps of vapor deposition polymerization or permeability, which can be visualized layer by layer. The base opportunities of the application are that it enables calculation of reservoir vertical heterogeneity and vertical sweep efficiency; automatic history matching of sweep efficiency; and calculations using Quantile-Quantile transformation and vizualization of permeability cube and other reservoir data.

Clearly, the two applications above are NetBeans Platform applications.

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Comments ( 4 )
  • guest Wednesday, September 19, 2012

    You know Russian. Good!


  • Yuri Trukhin Wednesday, September 19, 2012

    Awesome. Cool guys


  • guest Wednesday, September 19, 2012

    Very good)


  • Peter Kirkham Thursday, September 20, 2012

    Nice find there Geertjan.

    Looking at the screenshots this isn't technically hydrodynamic modelling. It looks as if the application is actually a tool to help prepare input files for the Eclipse numerical reservoir simulator which is a very commonly used application in oil and gas. Not that it matters too much; just in case you were wondering where to classify it in your ever growing list of 'NetBeans spotted in industry' list.


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