Monday, April 3, 2017

Check out a free SimCentral Webinar with Hydrocarbon Processing: Simulation Driven Engineering for Process Utilities

SimSci SimCentral Process Simulation

Front End Engineering Design (FEED) has been stuck in the same workflow paradigm for decades. Simulation tools used by process engineers in the Oil & Gas, Refining, Utility and Chemical industries trace their origins to legacy architectures, operating systems and user interfaces. The typical FEED process is sequential and each major step in the plant lifecycle uses a separate modeling tool. Global competition, pricing pressure and energy alternatives are now driving the need for a new approach. The next generation of workers also expects modern, scalable and easy to use solutions with technology they now take for granted—high speed Internet access, mobile devices, touch screens and virtual reality. Join us for a free webinar today to see how Simulation is Driving Engineering for Process Utilities.

Simulation Driven Engineering for Process Utilities

Speaker: Robert Fernandez, Technical Sales Manager, Schneider Electric
Moderator: Lee Nichols, Editor/Associate Publisher, Hydrocarbon Processing
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 11am EDT, 10am CDT, 3pm UTC

Register Now to Attend this Free Webcast

Recent R&D developments have created new process simulation software, SimSci SimCentral, that allows multiple global users to collaborate within the same model at the same time. The new paradigm uses a single simulation platform as a single common point for the entire FEED process. At Schneider Electric, we are calling this new paradigm “Simulation Driven Engineering.” Benefits include:
• Unified Lifecycle Engineering: One environment to support steady state, fluid flow, and dynamic modeling
• Agile Process Development: Promotion of collaboration by allowing users to work concurrently on the same model, across departments and regional time zones and between Engineering Procurement and Construction companies
• Entices the Next Generation: Modern software architecture and interfaces in exceeding the expectations of users to accelerate adoption, usage and time-to-value

Learn more on the SimCentral Website - See how Unified Simulation is Unifying Engineering.