Exa Corp.’s DigitalRock (DR) software was highlighted in a BP presentation at the 2017 SPE/ADIPEC conference in Dubai. BP’s Gary Jerauld presented multi-year trials of DR’s approach to computing relative permeability from micro-CT images of rock using Lattice Boltzmann flow simulation. The approach reduces the time and cost of measuring relative permeability by and uses smaller rock volumes than traditional laboratory techniques. The authors believe that this could mead to the replacement of costly coring operations with side-wall cores.
As aerodynamic design moves away from the wind tunnel, ex-BMW design chief Chris Bangle explains the benefits of simulation software
For the first time, operators and drillers can leverage predictive computational software to assess relative permeability, which is used to accurately and efficiently assess reservoir output and rock formations. As a result, reservoir analysis time is reduced from up to 12 months to just a few days or weeks. David Freed, vice president of Exa Corp.’s oil and gas division, called the technology a huge disruption in the way downhill rock formations are valuated and how wells are drilled.
Exa Corp announces that its DigitalROCK solution, the first predictive computational solver for relative permeability, is available on the cloud at digitalrock.com. (Page 100)
VELIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, France — November 17, 2017 — Dassault Systèmes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA) today announces the completion of the cash tender offer by its wholly owned subsidiary, 3DS Acquisition 3 Corp., to purchase all of the issued and outstanding shares of common stock of Exa Corporation (NASDAQ: EXA) (“Exa”) at an offer price of $24.25 per share in cash, without interest, subject to any withholding of taxes required by applicable law.
Exa® Corporation, a global innovator of simulation software, announced today that its DigitalROCK™ solution, the first predictive computational solver for relative permeability, is now available on the cloud at DigitalROCK.com. Deemed the “holy grail” of th
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Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, today announced that its Board of Directors has unanimously agreed to be acquired by Dassault Systèmes in a transaction valued at approximately $400 million or $24.25 per share.
- Keynote speaker Chris Bangle to share his perspective on the future of automotive design
- BMW, Bentley, Continental, Denso, Doosan, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Opel, MAN, Scania and SDF to present how they are leveraging PowerFLOW simulations to develop better products
- Exa to exhibit at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt (Halle/FG 4.1, Stand-Nr. C37)
Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, today announced that its President & Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Remondi and Chief Financial Officer, Richard Gilbody are scheduled to present at the upcoming Canaccord Genuity 37thAnnual Growth Conference to be held in Boston.
OEMs are increasingly focusing on the acoustic efﬁciency of components and subsystems in search for an overall reduction of the main noise contributors in passenger cars. This is particularly true with rotating machinery. Exa Corporation and Mahle Luxembourg investigated the prediction of an automotive HVAC module blower using a three-dimensional compressible and unsteady Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver based on the Lattice-Boltzmann Method.
There is a century of design evolution behind the shape of modern cars- vehicles that have been built around the packaging of the powertrain and the need for a passenger cabin that seats X number of adults in comfort, while providing a driver with an acceptable field of vision. Aerodynamics has always been a part of the former requirement, providing cooling to the powertrain and latterly brining performance benefits (in most cases drag reduction and thereby improved fuel economy), evolving the aesthetic and function layout into the form seen today.
New 3D multi-phase flow simulation technology makes it possible to predict the flow of both oil and water through rocks using only rotary sidewall cores
BP is working to push digital rock testing into the mainstream of conventional development.
The latest step in its decade-long journey was a deal with Exa, a software firm that partnered with BP to develop a program modeling two-phase flow in conventional reservoirs based on data from virtual 3D images of small samples of reservoir rock.
Compared with methods used by traditional core labs, this approach significantly reduces the time and cost required, and offers the processing software in a form that could help broaden the use of this disruptive technology.
"Our first-quarter revenue was within the upper half of our guidance range and both net income and adjusted EBITDA were better than our guided ranges," said Stephen Remondi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Exa. "Exiting Q1, we are encouraged that the business visibility into our customer renewal and consumption trends in the automotive end-market has improved, supporting increased optimism in our full year expectations.
Exa® Corporation, a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, has announced the keynote speakers for its eleventh annual PowerFLOW® Solution Forum, taking place on June 2nd at the Tokyo Conference Center in the Shinagawa district of Tokyo, Japan.
Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator of engineering software for simulation-based design, today announced that its Chief Financial Officer,
Exa® Corporation (NASDAQ:EXA), a global innovator of engineering software for simulation-based design, today announced that it will release its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2018, ended April 30, 2017, after market close on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. On that day, management will hold a conference call and webcast at 5:00 p.m. ET (2:00 p.m.
As a result of three years of cooperative research and validation, Exa is now bringing to market the first predictive computational solver for relative permeability, a goal that has long been elusive for the oil and gas industry. This new capability will help engineering teams make more informed decisions on wells, production facilities and resource progression, including enhanced oil recovery.
BP Plc (NYSE: BP) and Exa Corp. signed an agreement for Exa’s DigitalROCK relative permeability software solution, which a senior adviser at BP said would be used by BP.
The two companies have a multiyear commercial agreement. The product will aid decision making on EOR, wells and production facilities, the press release said.
HOUSTON – BP’s proprietary digital rocks technology program is getting a key upgrade from a new multi-year commercial agreement with Exa Corporation, which will enhance BP’s ability to predict the flow of oil and water in digital images of reservoir rock.
BP's proprietary digital rocks technology program is getting a key upgrade from an agreement with Exa Corp., which will enhance BP’s ability to predict the flow of oil and water in digital images of reservoir rock.
The multi-year commercial agreement is for Exa’s DigitalROCK relative permeability software solution based on the company’s multi-phase fluid flow simulation technology.
HOUSTON -- BP’s proprietary digital rocks technology program is getting a key upgrade from a new multi-year commercial agreement with Exa Corporation, which will enhance BP’s ability to predict the flow of oil and water in digital images of reservoir rock.