September 1998

Misc

Consider dynamic simulation

Dynamic simulation is so powerful, why aren't more people using it? So asked Greg McMillan, with Solutia, Inc., during his presentation at Hyprotech's recent Dynamic Simulation Solutions Seminar.1 It ..

Kane, L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Dynamic simulation is so powerful, why aren't more people using it? So asked Greg McMillan, with Solutia, Inc., during his presentation at Hyprotech's recent Dynamic Simulation Solutions Seminar.1 It seems the other speakers agreed, and gave several examples of substantial savings from using this technology. Benefits of dynamic simulation. Unlike steady-state simulation, dynamic simulation permits modeling process transients. This provides a deeper understanding of the process, which usually results in improved performance and profitability. Designing and testing control systems before they are implemented is one application. For example, high condensor temperatures in a react

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