Inprocess is an independent process simulation services and consulting company that was established in late 2006, by a group of experts in the field, with the aim of accompanying our clients in their success in achieving safer, greener, more reliable and more profitable industrial operations.
We are the only company whose core business is Process Simulation Services.
We are the only Services Company that shares its knowledge with its clients.
We are independent of any technology provider, either in dynamic process simulation or in ICSS emulation.
For engineering firms
EPC firms can overcome challenges and achieve results faster when applying dynamic simulation to their projects even in the early phasesRead more
For operating companies
Grow your asset profitability while maintaining safety with the help of your plant Digital Twin. Improve the Competence of your Operations Team with an OTSRead more
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Training & Courses
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Steady state process simulation
The course content covers the basic needs of process simulation users. The basic unit operations are introduced in a stepwise manner with the objective of being able to build flowsheets by the end of the course. The use of several software functionalities will show users how to explore operating alternatives for the processing plant units that are being studied.
Process control for process engineers using dynamic simulation
Process Engineers are heavy users of simulation tools (HYSYS, UniSim, A+, …) to design new processes or revamps. They mainly work in steady-state mode, but frequently they have to interact with the Control Engineers to discuss how the process will be controlled and operated. Then, many process dynamics and control concepts need to be clearly understood by the Process Engineers to effectively design the production process and their corresponding control philosophy.
Dynamic process simulation
With current dynamic process simulators, it is possible to create a reliable representation of an operating plant on a PC - including all process equipment, all instrumentation and controllers and having it running several times faster than in real time. Dynamic Process Simulation provides flexible interaction between the engineer and the tool, making the user easily understand the consequences of his/her operational and/or design decisions - leading to better and quicker decision making and furthermore improved confidence in the decisions taken.
Selected Success Stories
CDU/VDU Pre-heat Train Performance Monitoring and Cleaning Schedule Evaluation ToolRefinery
Determination of Dry-Ice Formation during the Depressurization of a CO2 Re-Injection SystemUpstream
Development of two new OTS for the CCR and CDU refinery units, and upgrading of the existing OTSs for the FCC and the MHC unitsRefinery
Inprocess would like to invite you to the webinar entitled: “Flare Systems Revalidation: From PSVs to Dynamic Flare Networks”