DOE/BC-89/3/SP. Handbook for Personal Computer Version of BOAST II: A Three- Dimensional, Three-Phase Black Oil Applied Simulation Tool. Bartlesville Project Office. January 1989. 82 pp. NTIS Order No. DE89000725. FORTRAN source code and executable program. Min. Req.: IBM PC/AT, PS-2, or compatible computer with 640 Kbytes of memory.
BOAST 3: FORTRAN source code and executable program. User's Guide and Documentation Manual. Bartlesville Project Office, October 1996. BOAST 3 is a modified version of BOAST II containing Post Processors B3PLOT and COLORGRID. The executable was compiled with the 32-bit Microsoft PowerStation FORTRAN and is 100% Windows compatible. Min. Req.: 386/486 PC environment.
BOAST98: (Version 4.2.4) FORTRAN 90 source code and executable program. Visual, dynamic, and interactive update of BOAST3. Rock region saturations corrected by WOC and GOC. Interacts with EdBOAST. Beta tested. User's Guide and Documentation Manual. National Petroleum Technology Office by TRW Petroleum Technologies, December 1998. Compiled with Lahey FORTRAN 90 and ISS/Interacter. Min. Req. Windows95, Windows NT, or Windows 3.1 with Win32s installed. Recommend 32 MB memory. Anticipate need of 40 to 100 MB disk space.
BOAST-NFR: BOAST-NFR is a reservoir simulation tool based on BOAST (Black Oil Applied Simulation Tool) and it is a modified version of BOAST-VHS program code. Therefore, BOAST-NFR also allows specification of any combination of horizontal, slanted, and vertical wells in the reservoir. BOAST-NFR program was designed to be used in Windows environment. Input and output data are written in MS EXCEL spreadsheets while the main computer code executes subroutines in Visual Basic (VB). The user's guide gives a detailed explanation about the input data required for running BOAST-NFR, a black-oil reservoir simulator for naturally fractured formations using a dual-porosity, dual-permeability model. The program was prepared by Dr. Michael Wiggins (Principal Investigator), Jose G. Almengor, Gherson Penuela, Raymon L. Brown, Faruk Civan, and Richard G. Hughes of the Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering, The University of Oklahoma under the DOE contract (DE-AC26-99BC15212). User's Guide. Min. Req. PC/AT, PS-2, or compatible, Windows NT, Windows 1998 or later, MS-EXCEL 98 spreadsheet or later.
BOAST-VHS: FORTRAN source code and executable program. User's Guide and Documentation Manual, NIPER-542, National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Research (NIPER). January 1992. 92 pp. NTIS Order No. DE92001021. Min. Req.: IBM PC/AT, PS-2, or compatible computer with 640 Kbytes of memory. Math coprocessor optional.
EdBOAST: (Version 1.3.3) FORTRAN 90 source code and executable program. Dialog oriented reservoir data editor for input files directed to BOAST98 and BOAST3. Graphic plots and spreadsheet import / export features. Interacts with BOAST98. Beta tested. User's Guide. National Petroleum Technology by TRW Petroleum Technologies, December 1998. Compiled with Lahey FORTRAN 90 AND ISS / Interacter . Min. Req. Windows98, Windows NT, or Windows3.1 with Win32s installed. Recommend 32 MB memory.
Gasdel: GASDEL is a program designed to use in evaluations of single well gas deliverability tests including the conventional backpressure test, the isochronal test, and the modified isochronal test. Contained as options in GASDEL are a simplified backpressure analysis (SBA) and a laminar-inertial-turbulent (LIT) analysis employing pseudo-pressure.
DOE/BC-91/2/SP. MASTER: Miscible Applied Simulation Techniques for Energy Recovery - Version 2.0. User's Guide and Technical Manual. Morgantown Energy Technology Center (METC). February 1991. 192 pp. NTIS Order No. DE91002222. FORTRAN source code and executable program. Min. Req.: See Users Guide.
MASTER 3.0: Miscible Applied Simulation Techniques for Energy Recovery - Version 3.0. User's Guide, Technical Manual, and 5 sample problems. Modified version of MASTER containing additional features such as a foaming option. Strategic Center for Natural Gas and Oil, July 2005. Modifications by New Mexico Petroleum Recovery Research Center (PRRC). FORTRAN source code and executable program. See Users Guide for system requirements
Microbial Transport Simulator: The microbial transport simulator (MTS) is a three-dimensional, three-phase, multiple-component numerical model that permits the study of the transport of microorganisms and nutrients in porous media. Microbial parameters incorporated into MTS include: microbial growth and decay, microbial deposition, chemotaxis, diffusion, convective dispersion, tumbling, and nutrient consumption. Governing equations for microbial and nutrient transport are coupled with continuity and flow equations under conditions appropriate for a black oil reservoir. The model's mathematical formulations and preparation procedures of data files for conducting simulations using MTS are described in the electronic manual. Min. Req.: IBM PC/AT, PS-2, or compatible computer with 640 Kbytes of memory. Math coprocessor optional.
NIPER-705. PC-GEL: A Three-Dimensional, Three-Phase, Permeability Modification Simulator. IIT Research Institute, National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Research (NIPER). October 1993. 190 pp. NTIS Order No. DE94000104. Executable program. Min. Req.: IBM PC/AT, PS-2, or compatible computer with 640 Kbytes of memory. Math coprocessor optional. Note: When decompressing, be sure to use the -d or switch that recreates subdirectories.
DOE/BC/20006-18. TRACRL-Single-Well Chemical Tracer Test Simulator. A deliverable as part of "The Single-Well Chemical Tracer Method for Measuring Residual Oil Saturation- Final Report". Bartlesville Energy Technical Center (BETC), predecessor to National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Research (NIPER). October 1980. 190 pp. FORTRAN source code and sample input datasets for both PC and Apple environments. Executable program for the PC.
UTCHEM: A Three-Dimensional Chemical Flood Simulator, version 5.1, May 1992. Developed under the Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery Research Program at the Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin. This software is not distributed or supported by the DOE. Call Dr. Gary Pope at (512) 471-7234 for details.