MIPSPro provides detailed analysis and clear visualisation, enhancing the interpretation of caliper and pipe thickness log data. MIPSPro works with all types of caliper data and includes the following features:
MIPSPro gives the analyst a comprehensive set of processing options to prepare the data for interpretation. These include:
- Centralising field data – almost always required for accurate analysis of pit depths
- Depth Correction
- Merging and Splicing of multiple runs
- Orientation to top of hole
- Editing of poor data
- Recalibration to known IDs
MIPSPro assists in efficient interpretation of log data through:
- Automation of time consuming processes
- Quick access to commonly used commands
- Pre-population of default options for workflows
- Semi-automated collar identification allowing joints to be quickly identified and interactively edited prior to further analysis
An extensive statistical analysis of penetration and restriction data provides the basis for quantitative interpretation. With more than 30 statistical results available for each joint, the analyst has full flexibility in the reporting of pipe integrity.
The integrated reporting module in MIPSPro allows the analyst to produce structured, custom built reports in Word, PDF or TIFF format. Structure, format and content can be tailored to analyst, service company or end user reporting standards and re-used for consistent presentation. Features of the statistical reporting include histograms, bar charts, joint analysis tables and pipe grading.
Log sections, 2D cross sections and 3D views are all easily captured and added to the written report. Introductory and concluding text sections complete the report. MIPSPro reports are supported with API style log plots, LAS output and presentation of data in MIPSView. Many elements can be pre-prepared and reused for time efficient reporting.
MIPSView is provided with MIPSPro as a license free version of the 2D and 3D viewers for distribution to the client, allowing interaction with images exactly as the analyst viewed them. Visualising data in this way aids communication and understanding of the results. The analyst can define scenes in MIPSPro and the client can open these again in MIPSView.