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RMS 2010 - Enhanced Structural Modelling

Including isochore generation, giving the user even more precise control over the finest details of the model.

Central to the new structural modelling system is the generation of isochores. Isochores are critical in modelling accurately the thickness of intervals that aren’t resolved on seismic. This is very often the reservoir itself, so accuracy is vital.

RMS 2010 merges the isochore construction with the integrated model building system, ushering in the benefits of intelligent automation and single-step modelling. The system now follows the nested structureof modeller’s natural work practices. Interpreted horizons are modelled first, followed by isochore controlled horizons,which add in detail to the larger scale framework. And, at any stage, changes to the controlling picks can be carried through the RMS workflow manager to generate an automatic roll-out of the changes to all affected parts of the model.

The new isochore model building tools have access to all of the new system’s advanced adjustment and gridding calculations and include the output of initial, adjusted and final isochores to give the user complete information and total control over the workflow.

Improved horizon visualisation and greater user control on fault displacement and filtering around faults also allows precise control over the finest details of the stratigraphic model. With fault throw so exactly calculated, separation diagrams allow you to check the seal potential of your traps at the click of a button.

Improved horizon visualisation and greater user control on fault displacement and filtering around faults also allows precise control over the finest details of the stratigraphic model. With fault throw so exactly calculated, separation diagrams allow you to check the seal potential of your traps at the click of a button.