Process simulation software designed for heavy oil industry. Helps to optimize performance and increase plant capacity.
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Easy for simulating oil refining systems
Kommentare: I absolutely love ProII, it is easy from the start and all of the tutorials it has really help you, I would love if they helped you more in choosing thermodynamic models and sometimes the oil component area can be a little bit confusing
I really like how easy it is to use Simsci, especially ProII, you can simulate a whole oil processing plant really fast just by getting to know the design parameters of exchangers, dehydrators, coolers and other machinery and the thermodynamic models that apply to your system.
You really need to know a lot of chemestry, because simsci's help is not going to help you a lot when choosing your thermo model or oil components.
Great simulation software
Kommentare: ProII helped in predicting several scenarios in the plant, and to calculate the parameters for designing a new water processing system.
I've used ProII software from simsci and it is a really robust simulation software that allows precise industrial plant siimulations. It's flow diagram based simulations are really straightforward and it's predictions are really accurate.
It can be really challenging when first using it. Since it's a really specific software there is almost no help online, so you really depend on the built in tutorial.
Precise simulation of oil plants
Acurate process design, excellent graphics,facilitates process simulation. It has eveything that a process engineer needs for plant design and evaluation
Requires prior training for its use, systems support should be more accessible
Use it for the area of hydrometallurgical processes.
I liked the speed of the runs of the mass and energy balances as well as the incorporation of the environmental variable as part of the optimization of the processes
What I did not like is that it does not have a lot of support information in the case of metal recovery processes. I would like it to include separation processes for the Coltan