Step 1: Host the Eclipse format reservoir simulation model on GitHub
A Eclipse format reservoir simulation model is a .data file.
Figure 1 is a model (End Scale study) that is hosted on GitHub.
Figure 1 Hosting a reservoir simulation model on GitHub
Also copy the URL in the browser address bar for the text input box in Figure 3, for example https://github.com/ReservoirSimulator/Case-BlackOil-EndScale as shown in Figure 1
Step 2: Sign in to XXSim Cloud Computing
Once you’ve opened the main page, click on the “Sign In” in the upper right corner to sign in, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 XXSim Reservoir Simulation Cloud Computing Home Page
Step 3: Click on the “Cloud Computing” menu
Figure 3 Cloud Computing Page
Figure 4 Pasting reservoir simulation model address, submiting and starting cloud computing
Step 4: View and download the results
Once the model is submitted, you will get the feedback page shown in Figure V, and paste the results on the browser address bar for access by pasting the results Url https://reservoirengineering.online/Home/Result
Figure 5 Getting a URL to view the results of the computing
Open the URL of the results in the browser, you can see download linkages similar to Figure 6, click any link to download.
Each reservoir simulation model outputs 4 files, suffix DXX (the converted XXSim format of reservoir simulation model), LOG (running log), SMSPEC and UNSMRY (can be openned with XXSim’s post-processing software or Eclipse’s Office software) showing the calculation result curve.
Figure 6 Results Download Link