Results on published data

The 3D reservoir grid built inside the 3D model shown above.

In this example, we incorporate seismic data to refine the geological further. From the seismic interpretation, we add two listric faults and one channel belt into the turbiditic deposition environment. This example shows how our process-based modeling method can use seismic and geological interpretation to build constrained, realistic models.

The 3D view shows the reservoir grid modeled inside the 3D model fitting the 11 wells. The granulometry shown for each grid cell follows the river profile. The wells are mostly interpreted to be inside the point-bars as shown in the cross-section.

The model fits a tightly spaced set of pseudo wells interpreted along the outcrop, including a local erosion and a very heterogeneous deposition profile across the different wells.

2) ​​​​Campos Basin Turbidite (from Carlos Bruhn)

2) ​​​​Meandering river from Cranfield data (by Ismael Dawuda)

1) ​​​Turbidite Lobe (Outcrop data from Sébastien Rohais and al.)