Geomechanics models are often constructed from and calibrated to 1-dimensional data sets – along well trajectories – because that is how the data is typically acquired and organized. Examples of 1-dimensional data sets include drilling histories, well logs, mud weight profiles, field stress tests and laboratory test results from rock core. In this presentation, we explain how a 1-dimensional geomechanics model can be built from data acquired along a well trajectory, and how the model is calibrated to best fit that data and to produce a 1D geomechanics model. We also describe the benefits of constructing 1D geomechanics models, including how results of 1D models may be used to construct a 3D model that includes infill locations for which there is no well control.
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