Imperial College London

DrCarlJacquemyn

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Research Fellow
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7384c.jacquemyn Website CV

 
 
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Location

 

440/34Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Surface-based reservoir modelling: Generating realistic geological heterogeneity for reservoir modelling and simulation

Authors: Carl Jacquemyn, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J. Hampson
Presented as a poster at Geological Society of London conference on: Capturing Geoscience in Geomodels.
Animations and posters are not very compatible, so we have assembled the animations here.

Animations

Conjugate normal faults flow simulation
Figure 1. Example of a surface-based reservoir model of alternating high and low permeability strata, displaced by a conjugate set of normal faults. It shows the initial tetrahedral mesh before simulation. Simulation of a waterflooding experiment across the model. The tetrahedral mesh is adapted during simulation to focus computational effort where needed.
Surface-based model of fluvial and shallow marine deposits
Figure 6. Example of surface-based reservoir model representing an upper Brent Group sequence, comprised of channelised fluvial deposits overlain by 2 parasequences of prograding shoreface clinoforms.

Cross section through surface-based model of meandering channel deposits
Figure 7. Example of surface-based reservoir model representing a meandering channel. Lateral accretion deposits are shown alternating in grey and yellow and oxbow lake deposits (dark grey). The cross section of the final channel volume (white) shows curvature-dependent asymmetry