Object-oriented hierarchical data structure for Framework Atmospheric Model
Abstract. The history matching problem in connection to an effective reservoir model concept is defined as a multi-well data inversion problem for a class of process-driven deterministic reservoir models. A two-stage strategy of the production data inversion has been introduced and considered in detail. The strategy includes parametrical upscaling as a pre-processing part and model calibration as a final part. The computer aided approach has been recommended for the parametrical upscaling. It is based on combination of standard step-wise local optimization techniques and active expert-user interface. The fully automatic approach is suggested for the model calibration process. The relevant data inversion algorithm is developed, which combine multi-start strategies (Evolution and Simulated Annealing) with the multi-start mode of a gradient method. The pilot computer programs are created and tested on 2D testbed and on multidimensional synthetic prototypes of a real history matching problem. The results are analyzed based on set of parametrical upscaling and calibration sessions.
Keywords: atmosphere, ionosphere, numerical modeling, model integration
Printed reference: Martynenko O.V., Gladkikh M.M., Artamonov I.V. Object-oriented hierarchical data structure for Framework Atmospheric Model // Vestnik of MSTU. 2010. V. 13, No 3. P. -.
Electronic reference: Martynenko O.V., Gladkikh M.M., Artamonov I.V. Object-oriented hierarchical data structure for Framework Atmospheric Model // Vestnik of MSTU. 2010. V. 13, No 3. P. -. URL: http://vestnik.mstu.edu.ru/v13_3_n40/articles/03_martynen.pdf.