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Web Enabled Drilling Simulator for Research, Education and Development of Future Drilling Technology.

16.03.2016

IRIS is profiled in Oil & Gas European Magazine with an article on the web enabled drilling simulator from the Drilling and Well Modeling group.

The Oil & Gas European Magazine picked Amare Leulseged's presentation from Celle Drilling 2015 as one of the most interesting talks at the conference. He presented the ongoing work at group 709 to make an advanced training simulator accessible through internet for the research community. IRIS' web enabled drilling simulator is wrapped with a simple and user-friendly GUI to control the entire system and enabling the end-users to focus on the simulation execution and its results, rather than on the operation of the software. The simulator is installed and has been tested at the Federal University of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. The simulator can run scenarios spanning from simple educational use to more advanced expert training. It can be used to teach students the basic drilling process or for the most advanced research purposes with large complexity. You will only need internet connection! The simulator will now be further developed in the Virtual Arena project. University of Stavanger will take a version of the web enabled drilling simulator into use at selected courses in the spring semester 2017. 

Virtual Arena is a large infrastructure project funded by The Research Council of Norway (INFRASTRUKTUR). Virtual Arena is on the Norwegian roadmap for research infrastructure 2016.




 
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International Research Institute of Stavanger
Mailing address:
Visiting address:
P.O. Box 8046, N-4068 Stavanger, Norway
Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger


Phone:
Fax:

+47 51 87 50 00
+47 51 87 52 00

General email address: firmapost@iris.no