ECLIPSE (reservoir simulator)
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ECLIPSE is an oil and gas reservoir simulator originally developed by ECL (Exploration Consultants Limited) and currently owned, developed, marketed and maintained by SIS (formerly known as GeoQuest), a division of Schlumberger. The name ECLIPSE originally was an acronym for "ECL´s Implicit Program for Simulation Engineering". Ian Cheshire was amongst the engineers which developed the program.
- ECLIPSE 100 solves the black oil equations (a fluid model) on corner-point grids.
- ECLIPSE 300 solves the reservoir flow equations for compositional hydrocarbon descriptions and thermal simulation
- Intersect, a next generation reservoir simulator developed in partnership with Chevron.
- "ECLIPSE 2010 Reservoir Engineering Software" Schlumberger.
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