Re: [ai-geostats] sand channel modeling
- Object-based models where first applied to fluvial channels, becouse the "simplicity" of their geometries, there is a lot of papers published regarding this subject:
Journel, A. G., R. Gundeso, E. Gringarten, and T. Yao. 1998. Stochastic modelling of a fluvial reservoir: a comparative review of algorithms. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 21.
Deutsch, C. V., and T. T. Tran. 2002. FLUVISIM: a program for object-based stochastic modeling of fluvial depostional systems. Computers and Geosciences 28:525-535.
Holden, L., R. Hauge, O. Skare, and A. Skorstad. 1998. Modeling of fluvial reservoirs with object models. Mathematical Geology 30:473-496.
Wich soft do you use?
"Shazly, Salah DSC92" wrote:
I am at the beginning of modelling fluvial sand channels using subsurface well data (logs &cores). I would appreciate if you could send me some tips on the optimum way to do this using object modelling and indicator techniques. Are there any published work dealing with the geometrical parameters (e.g. thickness, width, length, amplitude etc.). Is there some cross plots relating channels body thickness measured from the well data to width?
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