[Opm] Guidelines for running an Eclipse model on OPM-Flow
caranha at cs.tsukuba.ac.jp
Fri Jun 1 00:47:53 UTC 2018
As you said, I did not have a lot of hope, but decided to ask anyway.
Thank you for the quick answer!
I'm not a Petroleum Engineer actually, but a BlackBox Optimization
person. I will definitely try to get the PEs in our group to help.
If there is interest in implementation of (metaheuristic) optimization
algorithms pluggable to OPM, I'd be happy to contribute once I get
something decent working.
On 2018å¹´05æœˆ30æ—¥ 20:00, Alf Birger Rustad wrote:
> Hi Claus,
> It seems you already know the answer to your question. You need to use keywords supported by OPM as outlined in the manual. The opm-data and opm-tests repositories contain many example input decks that are supported. Basically, you need to remove unsupported keywords from the deck, possibly replacing them with supported functionality that achieves the same effect.
> If you have followed us for a year, you have probably noticed that we add on new keywords and new functionality frequently. AQUFET is currently not planned, but aquifer support is on it's way in these days. You will find an example deck with the soon to be supported keywords here:
> Patches are welcome, so if you are an experienced developer, you can attempt implementing support for whatever you are missing yourself and contribute it.
> Fra: Opm <opm-bounces at opm-project.org> på vegne av Claus Aranha <caranha at cs.tsukuba.ac.jp>
> Sendt: 30. mai 2018 12:38
> Til: opm at opm-project.org
> Emne: [Opm] Guidelines for running an Eclipse model on OPM-Flow
> I'm Claus. In the past few years, I have been researching
> meta-heuristics for Reservoir History Matching using a (very crude)
> python wrapper for Eclipse made by myself.
> Today I found about the OPM project, and it would be FANTASTIC if I
> could replace Eclipse with OPM on my workflow (or at least do the
> initial development of the optimizers on OPM, and then the final testing
> on Eclipse using opm-ecl).
> However, after successfully running the tests and tutorials, I am having
> difficulties running our models on OPM. For example, our simplest model
> fails to run with the error:
> "Keyword AQUFET not recognized"
> (And indeed, the keyword is not in the OPM manual)
> So I was wondering if there is some sort of manual, tutorial or
> guidelines for making ECL models compatible with OPM Flow. I looked
> around the documentation, project page, and the last year or so of the
> mailing list but could not find anything.
> Thank you very much!
> Claus Aranha
> University of Tsukuba, Department of Computer Sciences
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