OpenFlow Suite 2019 is another step forward in the continuous development of Beicip-Franlab E&P software suite.
This version brings better performance through improved workflows and ergonomics as well as high-level science with the release of unique algorithms resulting from IFPEN research projects.
This version is supported on Windows 7, Windows 10 and Linux RH6. TemisFlow and PumaFlow calculators only are also compatible with Linux RH7.
After a full rewriting of its calculator on a new generation platform, DionisosFlow keeps evolving towards better performance and science to answer exploration and reservoir geologists needs.
DionisosFlow 2019 introduces the organic matter module, resulting from several years of IFPEN R&D with industrial partners. DionisosFlow is now able to simulate the deposition and preservation of terrestrial and marine organic matter along with the transport and deposition of sediments to ultimately predict source rock presence and potential through the calculation of initial hydrogen index and total organic content (HI and TOC).
DionisosFlow 2019 is also getting closer to seismic interpretation and characterization with the possibility to generate a synthetic seismic from simulated sediment proportions. This new capability brings new possibilities to validate and calibrate the model to geophysical data.
Among other improvements for both model building and post-processing, the calculator has been strengthened and the results import capabilities sped-up, facilitating the use of CougarFlow for uncertainty modeling and multi-realization workflows.
KronosFlowTM, TemisFlowTM, CougarFlowTM
KronosFlow 2019 is the second commercial version of KronosFlow, our new tool for the kinematic restoration of 2D sections.
Building on the acquired knowledge of the first version of the software, this new release enhances the user experience and completes KronosFlow step-by-step workflow with two major restoration capabilities: the possibility to improve an existing restoration scenario by modifying a given step without losing the overall scenario consistency; and a layering option to refine the stratigraphy of a model once a first restoration scenario is made. This last functionality is a tremendous time saver to include, for instance, petroleum system elements such as source rocks or thin reservoir beds without re-doing all the restoration.
On the basin modeling side, TemisFlow 2D Complex Tectonics 2019 has also come under major improvements with, among others, a brand-new pre-processing Section Editor supporting unstructured meshes for an easier edition of sections properties and boundary conditions.
More classically, TemisFlow 2019 revamping has carried on in 2019 for a smoother experience with improved ergonomics and the integration of numerous users’ requests. Focus has especially been made on models’ creation and edition both in 2D and 3D.
New simulation options such as the geometrical loop or downward ray-tracing migration are also available, increasing the calculator robustness and capabilities.
TemisFlow also benefits from CougarFlow 2019 GUI evolution for sensitivity and risk analysis.
Reference solution for fractured reservoir modeling, FracaFlow keep evolving to enhance users’ productivity.
FracaFlow 2019 benefits from many improvements in terms of software friendliness and ergonomics. Among other enhancements, the display of results in the fracture and fault analysis modules have been enriched by new features and DFN computation performances and DFN display flexibility have also been increased for a better productivity during the fracture modeling stage.
PumaFlowTM, PVTFlowTM, CougarFlowTM
Reservoir engineers are expecting productivity and flexibility. PumaFlow 2019 focuses on both aspects allowing to import seamlessly external data and to open new features recently developed in keywords in the calculator without having to wait for user interface for advanced physical process.
PumaFlow 2019 thus comes with a new set of tools that will help users in many ways. Numerous improvements are coming from users feedback and improve existing functionalities such as the GRDECL import report or the homogenization of chemical units for EOR simulations.
PumaFlow 2019 is still intimately connected to PVTFlow for fluids modeling and CougarFlow for uncertainty modeling and assisted history match.
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