TopGS01 - Installation and learning guide Topaze Guided...

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Installation and learning guide Topaze Guided Session # 1• TopGS01-1 Saphir 4.00 © KAPPA Engineering 2005 Doc. V. 4.00.03 • 09-05 Topaze Guided Session # 1 A01 • Requirements The guided tour provides a description of the facilities of Topaze through a synthetic oil example. We recommend that you follow this session before anything else. The guided tour uses the files TopGS01.asc and TopGS01.rat located in the Examples sub-directory of your Topaze installation directory. B01 • Creating a Topaze document Start Topaze. The main program window is displayed with a control panel to the left, several toolbars at the top, and an empty area that will subsequently be used for the plots. Every toolbar has a “grip control” (shown with 2 vertical lines) that can be used to drag the toolbar and dock it at a different position, or leave it as a “floating” toolbar inside the plotting area. Fig B01.1 • Startup screen The control panel contains 3 different “pages” that may be activated by clicking on the corresponding button: Settings, Analysis and Output . When the mouse cursor is moved on top of any toolbar or control panel button, a brief description of the corresponding option appears in a popup window and in the status bar. Settings is the open page when Topaze is started, this mode can be used to define permanent user settings. Create a new document using the New icon in the toolbar (or the New option in the File menu). The dialog in B01.2 is displayed with the 4 tabs:
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Installation and learning guide Topaze Guided Session # 1• TopGS01-2 Saphir 4.00 © KAPPA Engineering 2005 Doc. V. 4.00.03 • 09-05 Main options : Reference time, Fluid type, and basic test parameters. Information : They can be typed in or pasted from the clipboard. They are printed in the report page. Units : document units. Comments : a text zone where any relevant information can be typed. Fig B01.2 • Main options Leave the reference phase as Oil, and keep the default test parameters, rw, h, and φ . Press Next The PVT parameter dialog is opened. In an Oil case, only the formation volume factor, the viscosity, and total compressibility are requested. They can be input or calculated using to invoke a Black Oil model. Change B to 1.2, and the viscosity to 0.3 Create Fig B01.3 • Oil PVT parameters The document is created and the control panel now shows the Analysis page, Fig B01.4. At the top of the main window are a new toolbar, and a series of tabs for accessing editing facilities, the 2-D map, etc. Those will be illustrated later.
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