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Asstm Number Code The QuantityWare implementation will always perform a calculation and return a meaningful result. All changes are logged and the log can be displayed in any of these reports. An authorization check is executed to prevent misuse. All changes can be reset based on the integrated backup functionality.
The handling is the same as in the report described above. Therefore, when considering a change of standards i. These materials and the information therein are subject to change without notice.
The differences in results aetm such implementations can appear in the last digit of the rounded Volume Correction Factor VCF or in the last digit of the rounded Base Density.
To attain the highest degree of accuracy within such an implementation, it is important to handle the scale of the numeric data in such a way that the largest factor of possible significant digits is qstm. Assigning a new conversion group to each plant in production can be very time consuming.
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No statement within this document should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Below you will find a short overview of the procedures. QuantityWare provides three reports to assist in changing the settings of existing conversion groups.
Changing current productive system standard calculation The QCI calculation engine is controlled by the conversion groups. The conversion groups are assigned to materials on plant or network level. To avoid operating systems dependencies To avoid hardware dependencies To increase calculation performance To stabilize calculation reliability.
Petroleum Geomechanics Petroleum Geomechanics. Inherent in the Petroleum Measurement Tables is the recognition of the present and future position of computers in the petroleum industry. The test program follows the design of all test programs delivered by QuantityWare. All assignments in the application and the existing documents will not be touched. Customizing Conversion groups for all functions tables are included See chapter 3.
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adtm For further information, please refer to the online documentation of the report concerned. This inflexibility is not acceptable in a business-based production environment where the measurement data available may be out of range, but is still valid. Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard. Remember me Forgot password? Changing current productive system standard calculation On releases based upon SAP 4.
No differences were found. These tables are provided for standardized calculation of measured quantities of petroleum fluids regardless of point of origin, destination, or units of measure used by custom or statute. It can restore selected conversion groups or make a full restore of all conversion groups of the current client. Active view current version atm standard.
Some customers have changed implementation coding to allow the ranges to be extended. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
The settings can be easily changed to use either of the two standards. The implementation of Fixed Point Arithmetic differs between the compilers and runtime libraries. Petroleum System Full description. Handling of Calculations that are out of range Customizing settings, which are needed in every client in which this standard will be used, are included in the delivery package.
The actual standard represented by the Petroleum Measurement Tables is neither the hardcopy printed tables nor the set of equations used to represent the density data but is an explicit implementation procedure used to develop computer subroutines for Tables 5, 6, 23, 24, 53, and Therefore it is not possible to always guarantee exactly the same results by using different compilers or operating systems.
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website. Within the Petroleum Measurement Cockpit, you can display all configuration data for this implementation. Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering.
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Installation The technical implementation is provided as d11250-80 part of a QuantityWare support package. Hence, the published implementation procedures are the primary standard, the distributed subroutines are the secondary standard, and the published tables are produced for convenience. The calculation developed in ABAP will always provide the same results. Absolute adherence to the outlined procedures will ensure that all computers and computer codes of the future, meeting the stated specifications and restrictions, will be able to produce identical results.