EcrGS01 - Installation and learning guide Ecrin Guided...

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Installation and learning guide Ecrin Guided Session # 1• EcrGS01-1 Ecrin 4.00 © KAPPA Engineering 2005 Doc. V. 4.00.03 • 09-05 Ecrin Guided Session # 1 A01• Ecrin overview At installation time, you are given the choice to install Ecrin as an integrated workstation or a stand-alone application. If the choice is for a stand-alone application, the installation program asks which application to install (e.g. Saphir or Topaze). Although the same program (Ecrin) is installed, it will act as if it was the chosen application (e.g. Saphir or Topaze). In fact, the executable is renamed from Ecrin.exe to the standaloneapplication.exe (e. g. Saphir.exe). If this is the case, you will not have access to the module selections in the Application Settings panel or to the toolbar used to switch between modules . To change from a stand-alone application to workstation, you need to reinstall the program. However, the stand- alone executable name can also be changed to Ecrin.exe with the same results. If the choice is the workstation, the installation program requests which module(s) to install. By default, all modules are installed. Again, the same program will be installed but it will allow reading and creating files for all the installed modules (provided a valid license is found). If a module is installed that you do not have the required license for, the reader of that license will be available, this is indicated in the switch module toolbar with and ‘R’ superimposed on the icons . Note : For this guided session it is assumed that you have installed the Ecrin workstation and have a valid license for Diamant, Saphir and Topaze. B01 • Objectives The objective of this document is to introduce the key features of the Ecrin suite of software and introduce you to the easy and intuitive interaction between the modules: Diamant, Saphir and Topaze. You will be guided through the startup of the project with the loading of Permanent Gauge Data in the Data Management module Diamant. The loading will illustrate the data filtration and updating. You will then see the techniques of transferring this data with ease to the Pressure Transient Analysis module, Saphir, and you will be guided through a partial analysis of this data to highlight some of the features of the software. Finally the data will be dragged and dropped to the Production Analysis package, Topaze, and a production analysis and a production forecast will be performed for illustration. B01.2 • Requirements The rate and pressure data used in this session consist of three files: EcrGS01q.txt, EcrGS01p.txt and EcrGS01qSimplified.txt. The three ASCII files are stored in a zipped file named “EcrGS01.zip” which can be downloaded from the KAPPA site, use the menu WEB in the main menu bar of Ecrin and choose to connect to Ecrin download.
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