When entering the trajectory module, you will be met by a view like this.
In the left hand menu you will find three choices. The + sign in each menu lets you add a new item in each menu.
Area for defining geographical locations and geomagnetic data
Area for creating and designing new wells
Area for defining well targets
In the top right corner you will find two menus
Lets you import wells from other projects or sources
Area for project settings including error modeling and anit-collision
Open the sites area by clicking on the predefined site titled "Site Name" .
Enter a Site name and a site location by selecting one of the three coordinate formats offered. You can input your geographical position in:
Latitudes and Longitudes
You can add geomagnetic site data by selecting a date. The geomagnetic data will be retrieved from the IGRF model supported by the British Geological Survey web services .
To view the geomagnetic data populated by the model press "Model Settings" . All inputs can be manually inputted by selecting "Manuall Settings".
Additionally, you can define various other locations to your projects (such as relief well sites) by pressing the "+" sign under Sites in the left hand menu.
To create and enter the targets page add a new target by clicking on the "+" sign under Targets in the left hand menu and select the newly created target.
Here you can specify predefined targets for your well under the targets page. This can be reservoir targets or targets/way points you want to hit along the well trajectory. The targets you define here can later be found when constructing well trajectories and in build-functions that need way points as input. You can add targets at any point in the well trajectory process.
In the target menu you can set the Target Name and specify your target parameters, geographical location and the shape of the target.
Azimuth and Inclination are optional inputs
You may import already existing wells, either planned or drilled. You can import existing wells from other projects in WellDesign or other sources.
To import an existing well from WellDesign press WellDesign Lookup. A list of the closest wells in distance will appear. Select the project that you wish to select a well from, and press “import selected…”. The imported well can then be found in the list of wells to the left, with its original name.
In the settings menu you will be able to view and set wellbore and uncertainty values for error modeling and anti-collision.