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Conference Papers Year : 1998

3‐D structural modeling: A new approach to interactively modify complex surfaces

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3-D Structural modeling requires to build a consistent model with integration of many different data types [1] (picked horizons, well data, etc.). It also usually involves to interactively manipulate and modify horizons or faults surfaces. Two kinds of surface representations are often used in the oil industry: triangulated and parametric surfaces. Triangulated surfaces are suitable for modeling complex geometries [2] but cannot easily be modified interactively whereas parametric surfaces cannot be used in very complex cases but are easier to manipulate. We present here a method that conciliates these two representations and enables easier interactive manipulations of triangulated surfaces through the use of parametric patches.
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hal-04044207 , version 1 (24-03-2023)

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David Segonds, C. Bennis, Jean Laurent Mallet. 3‐D structural modeling: A new approach to interactively modify complex surfaces. SEG Annual Meeting 1998, 1998, New Orleans (Louisiana), United States. pp.707-709, ⟨10.1190/1.1820559⟩. ⟨hal-04044207⟩
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