A repository of open-source drilling models, test cases, and benchmarks for deep drilling problems. Models are distributed under the MIT license and are provided as-is and free of charge.
Version 0.1 was released on September 1, 2021. Additional models are being added regularly.
OSDC hosts a monthly seminar series highlighting the development, validation, and use of drilling modeling with speakers heralding from industry and academia. Click on the title of a seminar to see more details and view the recording.
Winter 2023 seminars are scheduled at 8:30am, central time, on the following dates:
- February 27th, 2023 – Introduction to Github: Part 1 (Eduardo Gildin)
- March 20th, 2023 – Introduction to Github: Part 2 (Eduardo Gildin)
- March 27th, 2023 – Rheological Model Calibration from Couette Rheometer and pipe rheometer (Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene)
- April 24th, 2023 – Packaging Open Source Code as a Microservice for seamless interoperability across multiple programming languages (Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene)
The Microservice Architecture for Scientific Applications – Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene – April 24th, 2023In this talk, Gilles Pelfrene and Eric Cayeux will discuss how open-source models could benefit from being packaged as microservices for seamless interoperability across multiple programming languages. Continue reading “The Microservice Architecture for Scientific Applications – Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene – April 24th, 2023”…
In this talk, Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene will discuss methods to calibrate a rheological model using experimental data from a Couette Rheometer and a Pipe Rheometer. Continue reading “Calibrating a Rheological Model – Eric Cayeux and Gilles Pelfrene – March 27th, 2023”…
This is the second part of a two-part series in with Dr. Gildin will talk about the ins and outs of git and github, how it is used to enable collaborative coding, and how we use it as part of OSDC. Continue reading “Introduction to Github: Part 2 – Eduardo Gildin – March 20th, 2023”…