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TerraMod Basin Modelling Software Demonstrationof Thrust Models
TerraMod Thrust Modelling u Event Type = Thrust u Emplaces Older Layers on Younger u Define: Timing and Duration of Thrusting Layers Cut Out by Thrust Transient Heat Flow During Thrusting
Select Project: Thrusts
Select Event Type
Calibration Data are Vital for Accurate and Realistic Models
Example of Kinetic Data for Custom Source Rock
Pressure u Simulation Calculates Detailed Transient Pressure Histories Review Excess Pressure with Depth Plot ‘Time- Slices’ uExcess Pressure Plots - Measure Supra-Normal & Sub-Normal Pressures from Hydrostatic.
Select Excess Pressure Plot Type
Select Time-Slice to Plot
No Excess Pressures Prior to Thrusting and Associated Rapid Sediment Loading
Review Each Time Step for Development of Excess Pressures Associated With Thrust Loading
Slight Elevation of Pressures Above Hydrostatic (Note Auto-Scaling on X-Axis)
Development of Early Excess- Pressures From Rapid Sediment Loading Ahead of Thrust Front
Large Increase in Excess- Pressures (>30,000 kPa) Associated With Emplacement of Thrust Sheet
Excess-Pressures Decline to >5000 kPa
Continued Declining of Excess-Pressures
Declining Excess-Pressures Within 6 Myrs. After Thrust Emplacement
Increased Heating Rate and Peak Oil Generation Associated with Thrust Emplacement
Detailed Temperature History of Each Layer Tracked Through Time
Porosities of Individual Layers are Tracked Through Time
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