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Rezen

Simulation Project Manager

Rezen provides a hierarchical data structure for managing all the simulation runs in a reservoir simulation project. A project contains one or more ensembles, each ensemble representing a scenario the engineer wishes to investigate. Within each ensemble a number of simulation decks can be created, edited and run. The output data vectors can be analysed and plotted on an ensemble or deck basis.

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Simulation Deck Generator

Rezen provides reservoir simulation deck generation capabilities, using a template based system to process uncertainty or history match variables according to directives inserted in the template file.

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Simulation Run Management

Rezen provides reservoir simulation run management capabilities, supporting a range of industry standard reservoir simulators.Simulation decks can be submitted individually or as a group. Rezen's own job manager can be tailored to each site or Rezen can be interfaced to your existing queueing system.

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Experimental Design Algorithms

rezen provides a range of experimental design algorithms that can be used by the engineer to generate new simulation deck input files. Algorithms include Tornado, Plackett-Burman, Central Composite Face, Box-Behnken, Fractional Factorial, Full Factorial, Monte-Carlo etc.

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Comprehensive Plotting Facilities

Rezen provides a comprehensive range of plot type. For example, any output data vector can be plotted for all the successfully run simulation decks in an ensemble (a collection of related decks).

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Extensive Plotting Options

Rezen including line style,colour and width, marker style,colour and size

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Objective Functions

The user can define one or more objective functions to calculate from the output data of  the simulation decks that have been generated and successfully run through the simulator

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Proxy Simulator, Proxy Decks and S-Curve Plot

Given a user specified objective function, Rezen can build a proxy simulator equation from the output of the experimental design generated reservoir simulation runs. This proxy simulator is a function of the uncertainty variables. By assigning a probability distribution to each uncertainty variable, proxy decks can be generated and objective function values quickly calculated with the proxy simulator. These values are then sorted and plotted as an S-curve from which p10,p50,p90 values can be extracted.

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Review

3D Visualization

Review provides 2D and 3D visualization capabilities for viewing and animating reservoir simulation output data

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2D Visualization

Review also provides multiple 2D views of the simulation grid and attribute data in either the I, J or K viewing directions.

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Local Grid Refinement

Review supports the visualization of simulation grids with grid coarsening and/or local grid refinement including nested LGR.

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Uncertainty Modelling

Rezen uses experimental design and probability distribution based algorithms to generate multiple reservoir simulation input decks based around a common core input model.

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Run Manager

Simulation decks can be submitted individually or as a group. Rezen's own job manager can be tailored to each site or Rezen can be interfaced to your existing queueing system.

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Objective Functions

The user can define one or more objective functions to calculate from the output data of  the simulation decks that have been generated and successfully run through the simulator

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The Gantry Framework is the foundation of the features and functions of the template.

Notably, it provides for a rich, friendly user interface to control major theme elements.


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Module Variations allow you to individually style a module Enter any available suffixes at Extensions → Module Manager → Module → Module Class Suffix

There are 28 suffixes: box1-8, title1-4 , nobox, notitle. and shadow1-8; flush, flushtop, flushbottom; plus standardcase, uppercase and lowercase.

Note: You can compound multiple suffixes together such as title2 standardcase flushbottom.

  • Box: 8 variations to change the background of the module.
  • Title: 4 variations to change the title of the module.
  • Nobox/Notitle: 2 variations to disable the module's background and/or title.
  • Shadow: 8 variation to add a box shadow around the module.
  • Standard/Upper/Lower Case: change the case style of the module title.
  • Flush/FlushTop/FlushBottom: removes the margin/padding around the module surround.

There are 68 module positions. If no module is published to a position, it will not appear, collapsing the entire area.

Non-Standard Elements

There are non-standard elements that are injected into the template grid structure when enabled via the template parameter, such as the logo into header-a. These features stack vertically with any modules published to that position.

You can change the positions of these elements at Extensions → Template Manager → rt_modulus_j15

Layout Control

Control all modules positions with Gantry, in terms of widths within the module row, and left/right/middle placement for the mainbody/sidebar area.

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Gantry Framework : Layouts Documentation

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