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Schlumberger PIPESIM: Steady-State Multiphase Flow Simulator v2017.1 built 932 [Size: 1.28 GB] ... The new generation in multiphase flow simulation to overcome fluid flow challenges and optimize production. Tired of repetitive manual tasks? The Python toolkit empowers you to quickly perform many functions, ranging from model building and calibration to running simulations, without opening the PIPESIM UI. This is particularly useful for performing repeated actions such as bulk model updating and running batches of simulations. Additionally, the wide variety of freely available Python packages makes it easy for you to leverage the latest advancements in data science, machine learning, and other fields by integrating these tools with the PIPESIM simulator. The power and flexibility the Python ecosystem enables you to develop complex multistep workflows that can be shared. The GIS component has been significantly updated with PIPESIM 2017 to share the same visualization technology as the Petrel E&P software platform. The result is a significant improvement in performance, up to 5 to 10 times better for interacting with large networks, which can now include several thousand wells. One of the most useful new features is the ability to display results directly on the GIS model diagram using color gradients for rapidly analyzing results to identify flow assurance risks as well as find opportunities to improve production. The ability to quickly capture elevation data makes building models fast and easy. The new ESRI data source has global coverage, is more accurate than previously available services, and enables you to capture bathymetry data for subsea flowlines. Other improvements help you build and update models even faster. You can now extend existing networks by incrementally importing Shapefiles to create new wells and pipelines. Flowlines can be easily split to create junctions for tie-ins of new flowlines and wells.....

Schlumberger OLGA v2016.2.1 [Size: 778 MB x64] ... Dynamic Multiphase Flow Simulator: The industry-standard tool for dynamic multiphase flow simulation. Maximize production and minimize risk: Successful production system design and operations requires a detailed understanding of multiphase flow behavior. Flow modeling and simulation provides valuable insights into flow behavior, including the physics describing flow through the entire production systems, from reservoir pore to process facility. The OLGA dynamic multiphase flow simulator models time-dependent behaviors, or transient flow, to maximize production potential. Transient modeling is an essential component for feasibility studies and field development design. Dynamic simulation is essential in deepwater and is used extensively in both offshore and onshore developments to investigate transient behavior in pipelines and wellbores. Transient simulation with the OLGA simulator provides an added dimension to steady-state analyses by predicting system dynamics such as time-varying changes in flow rates, fluid compositions, temperature, solids deposition and operational changes. From wellbore dynamics for any well completion to pipeline systems with all types of process equipment, the OLGA simulator provides an accurate prediction of key operational conditions involving transient flow. Key flow simulation applications: The OLGA simulator enables key flow simulation applications, including: liquids handling + sizing separators and slug catchers + managing solids + simulating key operational procedures including start-up, shut-down, and pigging + modeling for contingency planning + assessing environmental risk in complex dee​pwater drilling environments.

Schlumberger PIPESIM 2014.1 build 709.2 x64 [Size: 1.21 GB] ... PIPESIM Steady-State Multiphase Flow Simulator: The new generation in multiphase flow simulation to overcome fluid flow challenges and optimize production. Safe and effective fluid transport: Modern production systems require designs that ensure safe and cost-effective transportation of fluids from the reservoir to the processing facilities. Once these systems are brought into production, the ability to ensure optimal flow is critical to maximizing economic potential. From complex individual wells to vast production networks, the PIPESIM steady-state multiphase flow simulator enables production optimization over the complete lifecycle. Continuous innovation incorporating leading science: For over 30 years, the PIPESIM simulator has been continuously improved by incorporating not only the latest science in the three core areas of flow modeling—multiphase flow, heat transfer, and fluid behavior—but also the latest innovations in computing, and oil and gas industry technologies. The simulator includes advanced three-phase mechanistic models, enhancements to heat transfer modeling, and comprehensive PVT modeling options. The ESRI-supported GIS map canvas helps deliver true spatial representation of wells, equipment, and networks. Networks can be built on the GIS canvas or generated automatically using a GIS shape file. The interactive graphical wellbore enables rapid well model building and analysis. Faster simulation runtime has also been achieved for all modeling though the implementation of a new parallel network solver to spread the computational load across all processors.Steady-state flow assurance, from concept to operations: The PIPESIM simulator offers the industry’s most comprehensive steady-state flow assurance workflows for front-end system design and production operations. The flow assurance capabilities of the simulator enable engineers to ensure safe and effective fluid transport—from sizing of facilities, pipelines, and lift systems, to ensuring effective liquids and solids management, to well and pipeline integrity. In addition, where dynamic analysis is needed to add further insight, the PIPESIM-to-OLGA converter tool enables rapid conversion of models. Shared heat transfer, multiphase flow, and fluid behavior methodologies ensure data quality and consistency between the steady-state and transient analyses.

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