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The geological model of Gorzów block shows the upper 5 000 m of the sedimentary stack of the block: from the roof of the Carboniferous up to the Quaternary. The model is based on most of the geological data collected so far in the area: 23 seismic volumes covering a total of 5500 square km, over a thousand 2D seismic lines, and wireline logs from 300 deep boreholes. Existing geological maps and gravimetric data were used in addition.
The spatial model of geological structure of Poland presents the geological structure of Poland from depth of -6000 m above sea level to the surface. Three-dimensional solid models, geological cross-sections and blokdiagrams as well as spatial animations allow for analysis of deep geological structure. The model was implemented in two stages (from -6000 to -500 m above sea level and from -500 m above sea level to topo surface), using a variety of modeling tools.
Project provides a detailed numerical model of the shallow geological structure of the urban agglomeration of the Warsaw area and its visualization within internet browsers. It presents the visualization of the common elements of the geological structure, i.e. the Żoliborz-Szczęśliwice valley, the deposits of Miocene brown coal.
3D geological model of the Lublin Basin is the first step of the continuous programme of of 3D modelling of Poland's main sedimentary basins run by Polish Geological Survey (PSG). It is a methodical challenge in the light of the achievements in this field both in Poland and other countries, especially due to the huge data resource used in the model.
Test 3-D model of simple salt diapir for test of visualizatuion of P property (dummy one here) on the surface of the layer. The parameter can be so far displayed only on the envelope of the layer. Visualization of the parameter inside the solid i.e. on the slices and cross-sections is still under development. To diplay P just expand Salt object tree and check P parameter.
Glufaks is an oil & gas field in Norwegian part of the Noth Sea shelf. It is in operation by Statoil since 1986.
The parametric model of distribution of reservoir and sealing rocks within the Carboniferous deposits of the Lublin Basin was carried out as part of the national research and developmental program "Recognition of Formations and Structures for Safe Geological Storage of CO2 along with their Monitoring Program".
The use of stochastic simulation methods is aimed at presenting models of sequestration systems and determining zones and structures with optimal properties taking into account basic geological criteria as well as safety and environmental impact.
The project aimed on indicating geological areas and structures with the most favourable conditions for the location of closed geothermal systems. An indirect objective of the project was to enrich the database of petrophysical parameters of rocks, including thermal parameters and to perform geophysical surveys. Precision and reliability of this work are decisive for the correct assessment of the modelled structures.