The secondary feedzones of a well is the location, enthalpy, and mass flowrate (or drawdown relationship) of each feed zone that is above the well's primary, deepest feedzone. A feed zone can produce or accept fluid. Read more about feedzones.
You only need to enter a secondary feedzones for a well it the well has secondary feedzones above the well's primary, deepest feedzone. And do not enter the primary, deepest feedzone in the secondary feedzones (because you will specify the primary feedzone in the output or injectivity simulation for the well.
This tutorial shows you how to enter the secondary feedzones for the well MY WELL:
This help guide mostly assumes that MYWELL does not have any secondary feedzones, so this tutorial is just an example to show how to enter the secondary feedzones; the secondary feedzones you enter here is not used anywhere else in this help guide.
If you are not sure what to do here, review the tutorial to enter a geometry configuration.
This requires measurements or estimates at each secondary feedzone.
In the sample database, click
Secondary feedzones under .
Right-click in a row under
Description to pop up a menu; click
New. WellSim creates a new, empty secondary feedzones dataset.
Enter data for one linear feedzone at 1300 m:
Measure all depths relative to the same point at the wellhead read more.
Click to check, apply and save the data, then exit.