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Simulation of Oil Refinery with set point controls
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Chemical Process Reactor
We design units of operations, including mixers, and reactors, and set up the control units ...
Simulation of Chemical Processes
Simulations are used to model chemical processes for easier optimizations of unit operations. We use the best software available to give you the best output from your chemical processes.
We provide detailed process simulations for chemical processes, oil and gas processes. Our process simulation also includes process flow charts, cost estimations, material flow data, mass and energy balances, energy utility, various operating conditions, unit of operation sizing and more.
Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID)can be incorporated to process simulation to provide control to the systems.
Importance of Chemical Processes Simulation
Reduce energy consumption and save resources.
For Oil Refinery, we will be able to model the unit of operations and see the output we can derive from the specified crude feed and the capacity required (20,000 barrels/day)
Waste Minimization: The simulation will provide a number of products that can be produced and optimisation can be carried out efficiently.
Detects risks, thereby protecting human lives. For example which unit has a high temperature and as such needs to be controlled more effectively
Efficiency Improvement: maximise the crude feed by converting some part of it to useful product
The simulation will provide Investment risk reduction since you know the unit of operations you need.
Process Flow Diagrams
This is a powerful tool used by chemical engineers to sequentially link units of operations together to carry out material balance, Energy balance, and various important parameters that affect the whole process.
Each of the unit operations can be easily identified and optimisation carried out.
Process Dimensional Analysis
At times unit of operation in a subprocess might be so complex that it's not easy to work out how the important parameters are related to each other. This is where we bring in the "Big guys", so to speak. Dimensional analysis can be used to relate all the parameters together. And with the help of experiments, we can narrow down the equation to manageable numbers to find ways to optimise your process. Of course, we will still make use of data from your unit of operations. The equation below is one of the thousands of equations derived for processes using the right combinations of parameters.