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First-Principle Dynamic Simulations emulate real process units and can thus predict the dynamic response of process units under both normal and transient conditions.  Because of this, they are an invaluable tool to validate the design of control strategies, the implications for equipment design and the lifecycle impact of specific operational regimes.  Furthermore, it provides a way to analyze future plant behavior under upset conditions, such as rapid load changes and plant trips.
Typical financial benefits derived from simulations include:

  • Reduced training costs

A greater understanding of process dynamics and characteristics makes operators more proficient at responding to plant upsets and helps build confidence in startup procedures. The result is:

    • Reduced costs associated with environmental excursion
    • Reduced damage to equipment

  • Improved long-term profitability and agility through better process design

Processes can be simulated during the preliminary engineering phase of a project so that unnecessary bottlenecks and constraints can be identified and the design of the process modified accordingly

  • Reduced commissioning time and zero downtime

During the implementation of new advanced control technologies. New Advanced Control Technologies are fully tested using a simulator prior to their implementation as part of the real process

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