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Merge several input 3D seismic cubes
The user interface allows the user to easily define several input seismic cubes of different sizes, orientation, geometry, amplitude values and sampling rates. It also allows input cube prioritization and definition of a set of polygons to select seismic regions that are more valuable to the user, ignoring dead traces or traces with poor quality
Easy visualization of the output cube in Petrel
The output cube defined by the user can be easily visualized in Petrel. This image shows the result of merging the input cubes shown in the previous image. The amplitude values are normalized and only traces inside the polygons are written. The input cubes do not necessarily have the same Z top values
Provides a unified vision of large areas
Merge several input cubes that potentially cover very large areas (e.g., 500x700 km). Output cubes with millions of traces and hundreds of GBs can be easily handled by the plug-in. There is no limit to the number of cubes and polygons that can be used in merging process. The output cube size is only constrained by the user's storage capacity
Define complex polygons for input cubes
This image shows the complexity of polygons the user can define. It also shows how the input cubes can have overlapping areas that the merge process will manage using, or not, the specified priority order of input cubes. The merge is also available as a workstep in the Petrel workflow manager