Topic Version1Published09/11/2015
For StandardRESQML v2.0.1

The most basic representation has only a single mandatory element, which is simply a count of the number of streamlines. Streamlines use “lines” as their indexable element. The line index may be used to represent properties whose values do not vary along a streamline. For example, in Figure , each streamline takes on a different color based on the producer. These streamline bundles show the drainage volumes of each producer. Other examples of properties represented in this way are the flux injected or produced per streamline or the total time of flight between an injector and a producer.

Figure Streamline visualization of the drainage volumes of the producing wells in a reservoir.