[Numpy-discussion] Interpolation question

Friedrich Romstedt friedrichromstedt at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 17:44:10 EDT 2010

2010/3/30 Andrea Gavana <andrea.gavana at gmail.com>:
> However, from the first 100 or so interpolated simulations, I could
> gather these findings:
> 1) Interpolations on *cumulative* productions on oil and gas are
> extremely good, with a maximum range of relative error of -3% / +2%:
> most of them (95% more or less) show errors < 1%, but for few of them
> I get the aforementioned range of errors in the interpolations;
> 2) Interpolations on oil and gas *rates* (time dependent), I usually
> get a -5% / +3% error per timestep, which is very good for my
> purposes. I still need to check these values but the first set of
> results were very promising;
> 3) Interpolations on gas injection (cumulative and rate) are a bit
> more shaky (15% error more or less), but this is essentially due to a
> particular complex behaviour of the reservoir simulator when it needs
> to decide (based on user input) if the gas is going to be re-injected,
> sold, used as excess gas and a few more; I am not that worried about
> this issue for the moment.

Have a nice time in Greece, and what you write makes me laughing. :-)
When you are back, you should maybe elaborate a bit on what gas
injections, wells, re-injected gas and so on is, I don't know about


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