ResInsight has two main windows, one for 3D related visualizations and one for 2D graphs and plots.
The two main windows has a toolbar button each, that directly opens and raises the other window.
Each of the windows can also be closed freely, but if both are closed, ResInsight exits.
Each of the main windows has a central area and several docking windows surrounding it. The different docking windows can be managed from the Windows menu or directly using the local menu bar of the docking window.
Result Info and Result Plot is described in detail in Result Inspection
Use several Project Trees and Property Editors: If you want to pin the property editor for a certain object, you can add a new Project Tree and Property Editor by using the command Windows->New Project and Property View.
A selected subset of actions are presented as controls in the toolbar. The different sections in the toolbar can be dragged and positioned anywhere as small floating toolbars. Management of the toolbar is done by right-clicking on the toolbar and then manipulating the displayed menu.
In the main area of the application, several 3D views or plot windows can be open at the same time. One of them will be active and the active view can be either maximized to use the whole main area, or restored so that you can see the open windows.
Standard window management for applying minimized, normal and maximized state is available in the upper right corner.
Commands to arrange the windows in the standard ways are available from the Windows menu
Most of the settings and features of ResInsight is accessible through the Project Tree and the Property Editor. Selecting an item in the Project Tree activates the corresponding Window, and shows the item properties in the Property Editor available for editing.
Toggling a checkbox next to an item in the Project Tree will toggle visibility in the window. Toggling a checkbox for a collection of items will affect the visibility for all items in the collection . Right-click menu commands are also available to do special operations on a selected set of items.
ResInsight stores all views and settings in a Project File to easily continue the work in a subsequent session.
Model Navigation describes how to interact and manipulate the 3D model.
A Case in ResInsight means a Grid model with a particular set of results or property data. There are three different types of Eclipse cases and one type of Geomechanical cases.
The following Eclipse cases can be imported into ResInsight via the File->Import->Eclipse Cases menu, see Import Eclipse Cases:
This is a Case based on the results of an Eclipse simulation, read from a grid file together with static and restart data. Multiple Cases can be selected and read from a folder.
This Case type is based on a
*.GRDECL file, or a part of an Eclipse Input file. This Case type supports loading single ASCII files defining Eclipse Cell Properties, and also to export modified property sets to ASCII files.
Each of the Eclipse properties are listed as separate entities in the Project Tree, and can be renamed and exported.
See Grid Import and Property Export
This is a Case type that belongs to a Grid Case Group and makes statistical calculations based on the source cases in the Grid Case Group. See Grid Case Groups and Statistics .
This is the case type listed in the Plot Main Window, and represents an
*.SMSPEC file. These Cases are available for Summary Plotting. See Summary Plots .
There are only one type of geomechanical
cases, namely the ABAQUS-odb case type.
When ResInsight is compiled with ABAQUS-odb support,
*.odb files can be imported by selecting the menu item:
File->Import->Geo Mechanical Cases->
Import Geo Mechanical Model.
The geomechanical cases are sorted into its own folder in the project tree named Geomechanical Models as opposed to the Grid Models folder where the Eclipse cases and Grid Case Groups resides.
See Build Instructions on how to compile ResInsight with odb-support.
A Grid Case Group is a group of Eclipse Result Cases with identical grids, but generally different active cells, initial values and results. These cases are called Source Cases. The purpose of a Grid Case group is to make it easy to calculate statistics across the source cases both for static and dynamic Eclipse Properties. See Grid Case Groups and Statistics .