Choose the type as CPS3 Lines ASCII An example of a fault polygon data exported

Choose the type as cps3 lines ascii an example of a

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4. Choose the type as CPS3 Lines (ASCII).
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An example of a fault polygon data exported FFASCI 0 1 "LINES" 0 1e+10 FFATTR 0 1 ->1 451309.956589 6784133.797227 -2316.304932 451336.592189 6784209.365300 -2303.599609 451355.544100 6784251.757585 -2297.081299 ->2 451663.028925 6784675.233661 -2262.185303 451664.702583 6784769.058489 -2234.315186 451665.639634 6784799.121277 -2225.755127 Note: The fault polygon will be imported in OFM as contour data. Therefore, the fault in OFM can only be used for visualization purposes. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exporting Grids from Petrel 1. Make a surface from horizon. See step 1-2 in ‘Exporting Contour Data from Petrel’ above. 2. Right-click on the surface and select Export. 3. Save the file as type CPS3 Grid ASCII. 4. Open the file using Notepad or WordPad. An example of a grid data exported FSASCI 0 1 COMPUTED 0 0.1E+31 FSATTR 0 0 FSLIMI 450700.000000 458900.000000 6780200.000000 6790200.000000 1683.750122 2364.189209 FSNROW 201 165 FSXINC 50.000000 50.000000 ->MSMODL: Surface of z1 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 0.1E+31 5. On the 7 th line, change “MSMODL: Surface of z1” to “Grid”. An example of a grid data ready to be imported in OFM FSASCI 0 1 COMPUTED 0 0.1E+31 FSATTR 0 0 FSLIMI 450700.000000 458900.000000 6780200.000000 6790200.000000 1683.750122 2304.793457 FSNROW 201 165 FSXINC 50.000000 50.000000 ->Grid
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