A method for fitting 3D shapes to real reservoir data

in: 54th EAEG Meeting, pages 76--77

Abstract

In the Reservoir Engineering world, simulation of reservoir geometry is a crucial problem for further exploration planification. In the stochastic field, a great deal of methods exists for representing a 3D model of the reservoir, but in most cases, either the data are hardly fitted or the geometrical shape of the geological bodies are hardly discernible ([1]) . We propose a new method for positioning elementary shapes in the reservoir in such a way that all data requirements be respected.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{wietzerbin:76,
    author = { Wietzerbin, L. and Mallet, Jean-Laurent },
     title = { A method for fitting 3D shapes to real reservoir data },
 booktitle = { 54th EAEG Meeting },
      year = { 1992 },
     pages = { 76--77 },
       doi = { 10.3997/2214-4609.201410486 },
  abstract = { In the Reservoir Engineering world, simulation of reservoir geometry is a crucial problem for further exploration planification. In the stochastic field, a great deal of methods exists for representing a 3D model of the reservoir, but in most cases, either the data are hardly fitted or the geometrical shape of the geological bodies are hardly discernible ([1]) . We propose a new method for positioning elementary shapes in the reservoir in such a way that all data requirements be respected. }
}