Geomodelr

The first web geological modeling platform.

What's Geomodelr?

  1. It's a full 3D geological modeling platform that works entirely from the web.
  2. It can help a geologist to gather and visualize all his information in a single site from anywhere.
  3. It has a modeling methodology that produces always solid (simulation ready) 3D geological models.
  4. It has interfaces for groundwater modeling platforms, mining software and others.

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Load Information

  1. It can receive structural data, boreholes, vector layers, and raster layers.
  2. It can support formats like ArcGIS shapefiles, GeoTiffs, images and excel files.
  3. Information can be visualized in 3D or projected in 2D.

Shale Oil model in Canada

Model from cross sections.

  1. Cross sections are the simplest way for geologists to interpret geological knowledge.
  2. Geomodelr takes a set of cross sections and guarantees that the interpolation algorithm passes exactly through them.
  3. Geomodelr helps you interpret by generated interpolated cross sections which you can fill to finish the interpretation.

Basic Geology Model.

Visualize the model in 3D.

  1. To visualize the result of the interpolation you can use visualizations in 3D of single units, faults or block diagrams.
  2. You can also visualize boreholes, the cross sections or the geological map.
  3. You can use any image loaded into the cross sections, be geophysics or other.

Geothermal systems.

Presentations, Sharing, VR.

  1. You can create presentations and add visualizations in 3D and 2D.
  2. You can share visualizations, maps and cross sections in other websites.
  3. You can visualize in VR.

Copper mine.

Export to mining and groundwater modeling platforms.

  1. Export directly to MODFLOW and FEFLOW.
  2. Use different kinds of meshes.
  3. Follow units, boreholes, and others.

Modflow

Modflow

Modflow

Fefllow

Fefllow

Fefllow

How to use geomodelr query tool


In [1] import geomodelr as gm
In [2] geo_model = gm.model_from_file('my_file.json')

# Units of the model
In [3] geo_model.units
Out[3] [u'unit_1'
u'unit_2'
u'unit_3'
.
.
.
u'unit_n']

# Value of a point (x,y) in the topography
In [4] geo_model.height( [x, y] )
Out[4] topo_value

# Geological unit and distance of a point in the space
In [5] geo_model.closest( [x, y, z] )
Out[5] (u'unit_i', distance)

# Get the faults of the model
In [6] geo_model.faults
Out[6] {u'Fault_1': [((x0_0, y0_0, z0_0),
(x0_1, y0_1, z0_1),
(x0_2, y0_2, z0_2)),
((x1_0, y1_0, z1_0),
(x1_1, y1_1, z1_1),
(x1_2, y1_2, z1_2))
.
.
.
((xn_0, yn_0, zn_0),
(xn_1, yn_1, zn_1),
(xn_2, yn_2, zn_2))

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.

u'Fault_q': [((x0_0, y0_0, z0_0),
(x0_1, y0_1, z0_1),
(x0_2, y0_2, z0_2)),
((x1_0, y1_0, z1_0),
(x1_1, y1_1, z1_1),
(x1_2, y1_2, z1_2))
.
.
.
((xm_0, ym_0, zm_0),
(xm_1, ym_1, zm_1),
(xm_2, ym_2, zm_2))  ]}


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