There are two options for the dlim value: "dlimexponential" and "dlimhyperbolic". When using the "dlimexponential", the decline will transition such that the exponential portion of the decline will have an effective decline rate of the dlimvalue specified. When using the "dlimhyperbolic", the decline will transition when the hyperbolic portion reaches the specified dlim value. The exponential portion will then have an effective decline rate that is different from the dlim value. The stretched exponential decline method is a variation of the traditional Arps method, but is better suited to unconventional reservoirs due to its bounded nature.