9.3 Examples: How to Use RESQML in the Life Cycle of an Earth Model
|For Standard||RESQML v2.0.1|
This section walks through several examples that show how RESQML can be used to facilitate the earth modeling process.
- 9.3.1 Example 1: Creating an Earth Model 9.3.1 Example 1: Creating an Earth Model is a step-by-step example that shows how to create an earth model in RESQML. It begins with two slightly different seismic interpretations by team leads Paul and Peter. The asset team select's Peter's interpretation and develops it to a non-sealed surface framework, performing tasks and exchanging data between various RESQML-enabled software.
- 9.3.2 Example 2: Possible Next Steps: How to Reuse/Update a Complete Earth Model for Static Property Modeling and Flow Simulation 9.3.2 Example 2: Possible Next Steps: How to Reuse/Update a Complete Earth Model for Static Property Modeling and Flow Simulation extends the first example; the asset team decides to look at Paul's interpretation. The section explains some possible next steps to update the earth model created in the first example.
- 9.3.3 Example 3: Strategy to Re-Engineer an “Ancient” 3D Grid 9.3.3 Example 3: Strategy to Re-Engineer an “Ancient” 3D Grid shows how RESQML can help in reading and updating "ancient" grid from an old project.
NOTE: There are different ways to implement RESQML into software. Typically, a developer may only be concerned with the RESQML format when the user explicitly choses an option to save to this format or export to RESQML. However, in this example, to help map RESQML constructs to an earth modeling business process, the RESQML concepts are discussed in parallel throughout the example.