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L&T Infotech Dip Calculator To Event Tracker
By L&T Infotech
Plug-in Attributes
Platform:
Petrel
Domain:
ECCN:
India w/ US Content, EAR99
Version
  • 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
User Manual
Others
Overview
Horizons have always been a key element of interpretation. Lack of interpreted horizons may lead to misinterpretation of the geological models. So this plug-in enables highly accurate and denser horizon tracking, helping the interpreter for better insight into the areas of depositional history and can come up with precise and highly data driven geological model & low frequency model for inversion.
Specifications
  • Dip Calculator To Event Tracker utilizes slope calculation based on time shift of the resemblance factor k of the amplitude magnitudes.
  • Standard input should be post stack seismic SEGY file.
  • This application is employing Dip calculator to generate horizon related attributes and Event tracker to generate the horizons utilizing the dip attribute.
  • This tool can generate excellent results while implemented with a broad understanding of the local geological variation, guided and segmented by the interpreter.
  • Processed cube can be placed flexibly under the same seismic collection or as a separate folder.
  • This application facilitates to choose the level of horizon density.
Features
This tool computes the dip and azimuth of an input seismic volume and generates the attribute cubes, useful to understand the broad structural variation within the volume and verify the continuity of seismic reflectors.This soft tool is primarily useful for the tracking of continuous but weakly correlated events. This tool specifically deals with post stack seismic volume.