We are pleased to announce that we are able to provide OpenSim as part of the StudioSL platform, from StreamSim Technologies.
StudioSL is a platform that allows reservoir engineers to conduct uncertainty analysis, history match and optimization workflows using streamlines simulations (see webpage link below for further details). By using the integrated solution, StudioSL users can now run those same workflows using our 3D finite-difference simulator OpenSim, capable of running black-oil simulations standalone or coupled with geomechanics.
Below, we display some snapshots of StudioSL with validations cases (SPE1, SPE9, SPE10, Brugge) comparing OpenSim with Eclipse 100, and additional results for unconventional reservoirs as well as examples of coupled flow/geomechanics. We also show some snapshots of StudioSL History Match workflow using OpenSim as wells as the Streamlines generation and Well Allocation Factor calculation logic from StudioSL.
Visualizations are all made with StudioSL https://www.streamsim.com/technology/studiosl
Ref: Christie, M. A., & Blunt, M. J. (2001, Aug 1). A Comparison of Upscaling Techniques. SPE 66599. doi:10.2118/72469-PA
Ref: Peters, L. et al. (2010,). Results of the Brugge Benchmark Study for Flooding Optimization and History Matching. SPE. doi:10.2118/119094-PA
Concentration of Polymer around fracture (878 days), with 1 water injector at the center and producers in symmetrical locations around the injector
Ref: Odeh, A. S. (1981, Jan 1). Comparison of Solutions to a Three-Dimensional Black-Oil Reservoir Simulation Problem. SPE. doi:10.2118/9723-PA
Ref: Killough, J. E. (1995, Jan 1). Ninth SPE Comparative Solution Project: A Reexamination of Black-Oil Simulation. SPE 29110. doi:10.2118/29110-MS.