TopGS02 - Installation and learning guide Topaze guided...

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Installation and learning guide Topaze guided session # 2 • TopGS02-1 Ecrin 4.00 © KAPPA Engineering 2005 Doc. V. 4.00.03 • 09-05 Topaze Guided Session # 2 A01 • Requirements The following guided session uses the file TopGS02_FieldMap.bmp installed during the set up of Topaze stand alone or Ecrin Workstation. It is assumed that the user has at least studied the Topaze guided session #1. Launch Topaze and go through the process of starting a new project using the default path. Standard test, oil and default PVT, well and reservoir parameters. B01 • 2D Map Click on the tab “2D Map”. The “Reference well” has been defined in the middle of the default rectangle and the coordinates of the well is at (0,0). Fig B01.1
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Installation and learning guide Topaze guided session # 2 • TopGS02-2 Ecrin 4.00 © KAPPA Engineering 2005 Doc. V. 4.00.03 • 09-05 Double click on the Reference well and the well radius can be set and the coordinates can be confirmed at (0,0). The well can be a limited entry type or radial composite. The geometry of the well can be vertical, horizontal or fractured set in the geometry droplist. You enter or load the production of the well under the tab “Production”. The rate history of the tested well can also be loaded through the analysis page. As the objective of this section is to illustrate the use of the 2D Map only we will not load a production history. In the 2D Map toolbar click on to load the bitmap file TopGS02_FieldMap.bmp. This and all the other 2D Map options are also accessible, and mirrors the toolbar, through the popup menu available with a right click in the 2D Map area. Fig B01.2 Load bitmap The tested well can be moved to PO1 using the mouse. The use of the bitmap is to help you in defining contours, other wells, faults and setting the scale. Define the other vertical wells using the icon. Fractured and horizontal wells can also be defined using the toolbar or the popup menu. Define P03 as a fractured well, click once to set one end of the fracture and click a second time to terminate. The position of the well can be changed interactively afterwards using the mouse. By clicking on the well the fracture length and orientation can again be changed. Double clicking on the well allows the specification of the exact fracture half length and orientation. Double click on each of the wells to change the name in the well dialog to the appropriate well name indicated on the bitmap. In the well dialog the properties of the wells can be changed and the production histories loaded or entered. The sense of the reference well can be changed to other wells and any wells
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