directly from your project
How will GeoModeller  benefit business?
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Comprising an intuitive editor, drill holes and grids/mesh managers, and modules for 2D/3D geophysical and geothermal modelling, and  airborne EM inversions - you can manage and interpret your oil and gas, minerals, geothermal, hydrogeological or engineering projects with comprehensive functionality and import/export options.

Geological Editor
Contour map with orientation data including strike and dip readings

    Implicitly models 3D surfaces constrained by primary geological data (contacts and orientation data together) and/or drill hole intercepts
    Adheres to rule-based modelling of fault networks and relationships of the pile                                                         

Drill hole & grids/meshes management

    Fully supports drill holes and attributed dataDrillhole Data editor in GeoModeller
    Offers a range of interpolation methods including domain kriging (to mimic geology formation shape avoiding un-folding prior to kriging)
    3D grids/meshes calculator
    3D viewer and slicing tools                                          

Forward & inverse geophysics modules

Using stochastic inversion techniques

    2D profile modelling of gravity and magnetics and synthetic seismographs
    3D forward modelling of gravity, magnetics (including remanence), full tensor gradiometry (FTG)
    3D forward computation of temperature, vertical heat flow and geothermal gradient
    3D litho-constrained stochastic geophysical inversion of gravity and magnetics (separately or jointly)


    Driven by comprehensive GUIs and wizards
    Modelling can commence from a GeoModeller model, or an imported lithology voxet
    Handles variable rock properties through look-up tables (probability distribution functions) or custom voxets
    Browses to reference geophysical grids
    Comprehensive post-inversion products including quantified uncertainty of geology-geometry and rock properties                                                                                                   

    The GeoModeller inversion method is non-deterministic. Inversion continues beyond a satisfactorily low misfit level (referencing observed geophysics at set precisions) – exploring and keeping a range of allowable models, and presenting distilled statistics of these, in terms of probabilities of geology-geometries and rock properties.



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