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The user can modify property and well information, if desired.
10.6.1 Write property informations into the XML file
The reservoir property section is located in the front of the XML file. It includes
the following information.
1.permeability --- <permeability>
2.porosity --- <porosity
3.water solubility --- <Sw>
4.fluid-type --- <fluid-type>
5.rock-type --- <rock-type>
6.fluid-table --- <fluid-table>
(3) <oil function>
(4) <water function>
7.rock-table --- <rock-table>
8.well information <<well name = "*" fluid = "*">
(1) <tube> (the vertex number of well)
9.reservoir initialization <event time = "0">
(1) <well name="*"> (open/close, type(injection/production), control methods (bhp
(2) <boundary> (domain boundary properties)
10.output scenarios <event time = )
A default property section is automatically attached and the user can modify
these properties. However, for well informations, reservoir initialization, and out-
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