Graphical User Interface
In tNavigator, run-control monitoring and simulation result postprocessing are done using a single multi-window graphical interface. tNavigator GUI is a universal data analysis and visualization module. It can be used standalone for viewing existing simulation results generated by tNavigator and third party binaries, or integrated with a tNavigator simulation engine to provide interactive run control and instant results monitoring at calculated time steps. The distribution of initial and calculated model grid properties can be viewed as 2D and 3D views, cross-sections, well fences, and 1D or 2D histograms. Calculated and historic production data at the field (when available), group, well, perforation levels can be viewed as graphs, cross-plots, summary tables, bubble maps, contours, and profiles along well trajectories. The interface allows loading of LAS data, trajectories, and comparison with dynamic well profiles. At each time step, the calculated pressure in the grid blocks is used to generate 2D and 3D streamlines. The streamlines are used to calculate injector-producer allocation factors summarized in the form of a drainage table or visualized as 2D drainage network. The 2D map of any grid property can be overlaid by a set of contour lines.
- Mouse control simulation: start, pause, restart.
- Visualization of 2D and 3D dynamic maps and graphs during calculation.
- Graph templates, bubble maps, contours, cross-plots, 1D, 2D histograms, well profiles, reports.
- Graph calculator to create user graphs via Python scripts.
- Waterflood optimization: interactive tracers, streamlines, drainage graphs and colored tables.
- Sector modelling: automatic split and merge.
- Advanced property calculator: build any grid properties and filters to analyze data.
- A Remote Graphical Interface is available to control calculations running on cluster.