Rockfield are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the upcoming Glasstec Dusseldorf Trade Fair 2022, 20th – 23rd September where we will be demonstrating the capabilities of our Elfen GD Software for 3D forming simulations of round and non-round containers. Bookings for the live demonstration are available.
Rockfield have updated the Geomechanics Database provided by both Rockfield and the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA). The database enables the user to visualise in 2D and 3D the elastic and plastic surfaces associated with the Rockfield SR3 material model and Mohr Coulomb for some North Sea and generic sandstone formations.
Rockfield have collaborated with the Oil & Gas Authority to provide a training course to operators involved in the UKCS. The course will focus on the mechanical properties of geo-materials commonly found in the UKCS. The OGA & Rockfield are offering approximately 30 places on this course. The course will be run over 6 half day sessions, beginning on the 14th June 2021.
Our CTO, Adam Bere, will join Nick Kirk, Technical Director of Glass Technology Services for their next expert glass webinar to discuss how proactive glass bottle design can reduce the risk of technical problems later down the line.
Join us for the webinar 19 May 2021.
Rockfield is pleased to offer a free trial of our Elfen wellbore Version 1.7.1 with integrated Elfen well log software.
This trial package is completely free and can be used for up to 14 days. A quick start guide and manual are also included.
A sample of Rockfield's "Critical State Material Behaviour and Implications to Sub-surface Operations" training course, to demonstrate some of the material that is covered. This training course is available to everyone, with discounts for groups of 3 or more from the same organisation.
A video presentation, "Assessment of Wellbore Rupture Modes and the Influence of Bedding Plane Slip in Deviated Wellbores and Anisotropic Formations" provided by Alexandra Tsopela and Adam Bere of Rockfield at the recently held virtual ARMA-DSG-SEG Symposium in 2020.
Rockfield is pleased to announce the commercial release of Elfen wellbore Version 1.7 with integrated Elfen well log software.
Elfen well log is a simple yet powerful tool which conducts analytical calculations to predict the onset of plastic yielding and damage around a wellbore. Elfen well log is directly integrated with Elfen wellbore to overcome the limiting effect of analytical assumptions.
Rockfield are delighted to host our first Critical State Material Modelling training course over 6 half day sessions at the beginning of November 2020 for our long standing Major European Operator who are at the very top of their industry. For further information please refer to - Critical State Material Behaviour and Implications to Sub-surface Operations - or speak to one of the Rockfield team
Rockfield has presented a Forward Modelling case study for the Journal of Structural Geology, titled, "Integrating Kinematic Restoration & Forward Finite Element Simulations to Constrain the Evolution of Salt Diapirism & Overburden Deformation in Evaporite Basins".
Rockfield are delighted to have added to their repertoire of training courses by providing a short course on Critical State Material Behaviour and Implications to Sub-surface Operations. This course has been designed to be provided through a variety of web-based teleconference facilities to suit the client.
Rockfield are delighted to be supporting this event which is bringing together the only geomechanics conference in a virtual setting during 2020. We have the honour of being Silver Sponsor for this event both in 2020 & 2021, with John Cain (CEO) sitting on the Organizing Committee Rockfield is demonstrating its full commitment to ARMA DGS SEG and are looking forward to being a major part of this conference.
Rockfield had the honour of presenting at the 54th Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium in a virtual setting. This presentation has a snapshot of the capabilities contained within the Elfen wellbore software module and includes Well inclination, strain softening and anisotropy within the field of excavation.
Dr William Ferguson, one of Rockfields leading Project Managers, attended AAPGs Workshop in Bahrain this week - Rift Basin Evolution and Exploration: The Global State of the Art and Applicability to the Middle East and Neighboring Regions GTW.