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This course presents an introduction to the practical use of RockSI, an interactive rock physics program from HampsonRussell, as well as an overview of rock physics theory.
Geophysicists, geologists, engineers and technical staff who want to understand the theory and learn how to apply these increasingly critical techniques. Experience with HampsonRussell Software is NOT a prerequisite for this workshop, although students will become familiar with the functionality through attendance
Introduction to rock physics and the RockSI software program
Log analysis using RockSI
Rock Physics Template (RPT) and Petro-Elastic Model (PEM) theory
Facies creation using Petro-Elastic Models (PEMs)
Uncertainty analysis using Monte Carlo simulations of PEMs
Combining LithoSI and RockSI (Note that LithoSI is a seismic petro-facies program which is a companion program to RockSI)
Explains both the theory and practice of rock physics using the RockSI (and LithoSI) modules
Shows how RockSI is fully integrated into the HampsonRussell Geoview interface
Teaches the user how to apply RockSI (and LithoSI) using a real North Sea oil sand example
Duration: 1 day Software used: HampsonRussell RockSI Course Format: Instructor-led, workflow-based, in-person classroom or virtual Prerequisites: Experience with HampsonRussell software is NOT a prerequisite for this training course, although students will become familiar with the functionality through attendance of this class.