Thursday, September 24, 2015
The typical paradigm within process simulation software is for only one person to have access to a given simulation at any one time. That paradigm is inherently limiting in that typically you need several different people to work on the same simulation, sometimes in different areas, as part of the engineering design lifecycle. This creates all sorts of time delays and potential issues in making sure that the final simulation incorporates feedback and changes from various departments. It is clear that industry requires simulation software to be more collaborative than it is now. Read the full post here
Monday, September 21, 2015
From Chemical Processing: Prevent Simulation Meltdowns: Avoid the five most common pitfalls of steady-state process modeling
Check out "Prevent Simulation Meltdowns: Avoid the five most common pitfalls of steady-state process modeling" on Chemical Processing.
Friday, September 11, 2015
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