Computer simulation data using CST software

Published: 09-04-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kvtxc2w4sj.1
Muhammad Naeim Mohd Aris,
Hanita Daud,
Khairul Arifin Mohd Noh,
Sarat Chandra Dass


The seabed logging (SBL) data were generated using computer simulation technology (CST) software. The data consist of magnitude of electric field (E-field) and source-receiver separation distance at five different hydrocarbon resistivities (90, 180, 270, 360 and 450 Ohm.m) and five different frequencies (0.0625, 0.125, 0.25, 0.375 and 0.5 Hz).


Steps to reproduce

The 3-D canonical synthetic models of typical SBL (length: 20000m, width: 20000, height: 5000m) for hydrocarbon exploration were replicated using CST EM Studio package. The SBL model consisted of background layers (e.g., air, seawater and sediment), and hydrocarbon layer was positioned inside the sediment layer. The thicknesses of air, seawater and sediment layers were kept at 300m, 1000m and 3500m, respectively.