The Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, NTNU has obtained the digital rock physics software suite GeoDict for simulation of injection processes in porous media, with the purpose of modelling enhanced oil recovery. Main contact point at our department is Post-Doctoral fellow Hamid Hosseinzade Khanamiri.
The GeoDict software suite at NTNU comprises multiple educational licenses and enables petroleum engineering students at NTNU to access state-of-the-art technologies for Digital Rock Physics. GeoDict is developed and marketed by Math2Market GmbH in Germany and the department acknowledges their engagement in advancing the education of our students.
For details on the GeoDict software click here.