RockWorks 一直是用於石油，環保，岩土工程和採礦行業方面等地下數據的可視化的標準程序，因為他有許多流行的工具，如地圖，原木 ，橫截面，柵欄圖，實體模型和測量容積等工具。它還提供多種方式分析你的地下數據，和接受許多不同的數據類型，比如岩層情況、岩性、井下數據、斷裂數據、水文和蓄水層數據。除了其令人印象深刻的收集能力以外，最新的版本還有許多新的功能，包括MDB鑽孔數據庫、交互式測井設計、生動的編輯工具等。
New in RockWorks2020: Playlists, time-based modeling, interface updates and much more!
All of the modeling and graphic power of RockWorks17 is now offered with an improved interface, easy-to-use Playlist for program automation, time-based modeling and animation, search tools, and many other new features and functionality.
New Interface Features
- New Search option lists the programs that contain your search terms.
- Favorites Option: Create your own menu list of frequently-used programs
- Dock/Undock: Arrange main RockWorks program tabs in any configuration.
- Full-Expand Option: Stretch the main RockWorks menu across multiple screens.
- Expanded Project Dimensions Summary: View more information at a glance.
- New Layout Options: Save and retrieve up to 5 different main menu layout configurations.
- Consolidated Application Menu Ribbon: No more switching between program tabs.
- Borehole Manager Tab: New features including database comparisons.
- Playlist Tab: Automate multiple tasks in an interactive fashion.
- Faults Tab: Redesigned to manage all faults in 3D as a database.
- Execution History Tab: Review program history to diagnose problems.
- Videos Tab: Access the entire library of RockWorks instructional videos.
- Application Descriptions: Read program abstracts as you move your cursor over items within the pull-down menus.
- Nested Tab Menus: Replace hard-to-read expanding/collapsing menu trees.
- Expanded Spatial Filtering: Moved to the top of menu and now applied to most applications.
- Expanded Time Filtering: Moved to the top of menu and now applied to most applications.
- Instructions Checkbox: Enable/disable help messages.
- Playlist Button: Add the current application to the Playlist.
- Favorites Button: Add the current application to your Favorites List.
- Output Options: Export diagrams and reports directly to the desired output format.
General functionality, Data, Modeling and Display
The new RockWorks Playlist offers easy automation – just click a button to add a program to the current Playlist. Then, click a button to run your Playlist to create models, maps, diagrams while you have lunch. Available for Basic (5 items), Standard (5 items) and Advanced (unlimited items).
The Playlist provides:
- Turn-key tools for colleagues or clients who need to use RockWorks capabilities without any downtime spent learning how to use it.
- A memory aid for projects that are infrequently re-visited.• An audit trail to serve as a record of what was done and all of the associated menu settings.
- Automation of data processing in which new data is being introduced on an ongoing basis (e.g. resampling and monitoring).
- A template for processing different data sets/sites using a streamlined workflow.
New RockWorks Command Scripting for Advanced users – start with a Playlist and go for it!
Embellishments: To eliminate additional steps in combining and appending diagrams, common embellishments have been added to the programs that create sections, profiles, projected sections, maps, 3D diagrams and charts.
- Sections, Profiles & Projected Sections – Additional diagram layers include perimeter annotation, surface profiles, faults, infrastructure, up to five 2D graphics overlays, peripheral annotation (titles, title blocks, legends, and image), and a border.
- Map Embellishments – Additional map layers include a background image, labeled axes, map overlays, up to five additional 2D diagrams, peripheral annotation (titles, title blocks, legends, scalebar, and image), and a border.
- 3D Diagram Embellishments – Additional 3D layers include striplogs, draped images, floating images, control point spheres, a perimeter cage, legends, 3D infrastructure, 3D faults, and up to five additional 3D diagrams.
Expanded Output Options: 2D, 3D, Google Earth, and Reporting programs now include output and export options that remove post-processing steps and facilitate uninterrupted Playlist scripting.
- All programs that generate 2D diagrams now include options for simultaneously exporting the output to PDF (as raster images) and/or PNG.
- New 3D output tab includes options for exporting the diagram to a PNG image using a variety of user-specified viewing parameters.
- New Google Earth output tab includes options for specifying the initial viewer location and viewing direction.
- Programs that create reports now provide options for direct output to CSV (Excel), Txt (Notepad) or RTF (Word).
Programs that read data from the Datasheet now include an Example button, which will list one or more sample files that can be used to demonstrate the application.
Fault Handling – Management of faults is accomplished via a database table that is accessed from a new tab within the main menu. These faults can be plotted as 2D maps or 3D surfaces. All modeling (gridding and solid-modeling) and subsequent diagrams based on these models can be constrained by the 3D faults. Available for Basic (3 faults), Standard (3 faults), and Advanced (unlimited faults).
New database comparison tool provides a quick and easy report of the differences between borehole data in different projects. This capability is especially useful when the same database has “diverged” (e.g. multiple users working on the same database without a shared version on a network server).
RockWorks now supports over 5,800 coordinate systems.
New T-Data Multiple Solids program automatically creates “snapshot” models at designated time intervals which can be constrained by a permeability model and output to a variety of animation programs.
New animation tools have been added for creating videos in which XYZ data, grids, and solids are transitionally “morphed” to show geochemical migrations over time. The output can be saved to AVI, Animated GIF, MP4, WMV, individual frames or exported as a Google Earth animation.
New Automatic Polygon Clipping – All solid modeling programs now include an option for clipping the model based on an automatically-defined convex polygon defined by the control points, analogous to stretching a rubber band around the boreholes.
New Spatial Filtering – All programs that involve coordinates now include a spatial filtering option so that subsets (including zones between surfaces) can be selectively analyzed/modeled.
New Time-based filtering options have been added to the Hydrochemical utilities (i.e. Durov Diagrams, Piper Diagrams, Stiff Diagrams and Stiff Maps) as well as any programs that might include striplogs (in order to filter water levels and/or T-Data).
Striplogs – New PDF Bulk Exporter – All of the boreholes within a database can now be exported in one step to a multi-page PDF (as raster images) file that can serve as a report appendix.
Minimum requirements for RockWorks2020:
- Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10
- (Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98 and ME are not supported)
- 64-bit Operating System
- 4+ of RAM
- Plenty of free disk space
- Read/write privileges to a %Userprofile%My Documents directory
- Display set to 1920 x 1080 pixels (100%). This is for optimal program display, though other resolutions and percents are also supported.
- The Earth programs and Google Earth exports require installation of Google™ Earth, available from Google.
- The RockWare Network License Administrator – for network licenses – runs under Windows Server 2008 (or newer) or Windows 7 (or newer).
You’ll have better results with more RAM, a faster processor, and enhanced video (graphics card with dedicated RAM) for modeling and 3D display.
Advanced level licenses support SQL Server databases.
RockWorks2020 is offered with three different feature levels: Basic, Standard, and Advanced. Which is right for you?
All three levels include the RockWorks Datasheet and the ModOps, Utilities, and Graphics menus. These menus offer numerous programs for mapping XYZ data, modeling XYZG points, creating stereonets and rose diagrams, creating Piper, Stiff, and Durov plots, and much MUCH more. This is the general RockWorks “toolbox.”
All feature levels also include the three Graphic Output programs: RockPlot2D, RockPlot3D, and ReportWorks.
All three levels also include the Borehole Manager and its local database for storing and managing borehole-based data. Here is where the feature levels apply:
- With Basic, the borehole processing tools are limited to observed data – no modeling: Borehole location maps, 2D and 3D strip logs, and striplog profiles and cross sections. Simple correlation panels are offered for Stratigraphy, I-Data, and P-Data in 2D section diagrams. Basic users can create playlists with up to 5 items each, and can manage three 3D faults.
- With Standard, you get all of the borehole modeling tools for the subsurface data offered in the Lithology, Stratigraphy, I-Data, T-Data, P-Data, Fractures, Aquifers, and Vectors menus, and all of the 2D and 3D diagrams and maps these menus contain. Standard users can create playlists with up to 5 items each, and can manage three 3D faults.
- With Advanced, you can connect to a SQL-Server database on a network, create playlists with unlimited items, run RockWorks command scripts for advanced automation, apply unlimited 3D faults to surface and solid models. You also have access to the tools in the well Production menu, and can import commercial PLSS land grids
|RockWorks Feature Levels|
|ModOps, Utilities, and Graphics menus||V||V||V|
|Logs & Sections||V||V||V|
|SQL Server, Command Script Automation||—||—||V|
|Playlist Automation||5 items||5 items||unlimited|
|3D Faults||3 faults||3 faults||unlimited|
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