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PetraSim 2017.1.0828

August 28, 2017
This release fixes problems with the HydrateResSim user interface, improves Petrel import support, and fixes crashes related to viewing results.  Read More...

PetraSim 2017.1.0509

May 9, 2017
This release fixes bugs leading to incorrect output for sources, sinks, and wells.  Read More...

PetraSim 2017.1.0405

April 5, 2017
This release includes bug fixes for Petrel grid import and maximum available sources and sinks. Read More...

PetraSim 2017.1.0209

February 9, 2017
This version of PetraSim includes updates to the TOUGH2 source code to add support for several new features, with an emphasis on improved support of geothermal simulation. Read More...

PetraSim 2016.2.0523

May 23, 2016
This release adds cell selection along internal boundaries to simplify fault editing, coloring by volume factor in the 3D view, and several bug fixes. Read More...

Hydrostatic Pressure Conditions in PetraSim/TOUGH

March 9, 2016
This is the first in a series of posts discussing the initialization of a TOUGH model to represent realistic natural state conditions.  In almost all cases, it is beneficial to run a model to steady state before adding transient boundary conditions, injection or pumping wells, etc.  We’ll give a very simple example first, where we’ve used EOS3 to establish a hydrostatic pressure gradient in a single phase model. Read More...

PetraSim 2016.1.0106

January 6, 2016
This release includes bug fixes, usability improvements, and changes the way some simulators are bundled with PetraSim. Read More...

PetraSim 2016.1.1221

December 21, 2015
This release includes bug fixes, usability improvements, and changes the way some simulators are bundled with PetraSim. Read More...

PetraSim 2015.2.0430

April 30, 2015

This release of PetraSim improves support for TOUGHREACT and TOUGH2-MP and includes several bug fixes. Read More...

PetraSim – How we extract a surface from a set of XYZ points

March 3, 2015
In the latest release of PetraSim we have improved the method we use to extract a fault surface from a set of XYZ points. The challenge is that we know the points are on the surface, but we do not know how the points are connected to define the surface.  Read More...