Your takeaways


Inprocess staff participate in congresses, meetings and events where we explain our successes and work in general in the form of presentations and reports.

In this section you can find a variety of informative articles which are free to download.


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    Lifecycle OTS: Dynamic Simulation Studies

    Base your design decisions on rigorous engineering calculation results:

    • Check the design size of critical equipment
    • Determine adequate protection systems
    • Validate proposed control strategies and philosophies
    • Design and test operational procedures
    • Determine the operational envelop, check the safety limits and select piping material
    • Use the digital plant as a process intelligence repository
  • Early OTS

    Lifecycle OTS: Early OTS

    Train operators earlier in their careers. Be independent of DCS database delivery:

    • Detect operational limits of the system
    • Familiarize operators with the processes in the plant-to-be
    • Train operators to become accustomed to the designed Human Machine Interface
    • lnvolve experienced operations personnel in testing and enhance initially proposed operational procedures, already under timing and transitions conditions
  • DCS Check-out

    Lifecycle OTS: DCS Check-out

    Ensure DCS database is error free before plant commissioning:

    • Use the plant model to check out and debug the configuration of the logic in the Distributed Control System
    • Also check out the logic implemented in the Emergency Shutdown system and the procedures in Automated Sequences
    • Decide the values of the alarms against simulated plant responses
    • Pre-tune control loops before commissioning
    • Check operability of HMI screens configuration
  • Startup support

    Lifecycle OTS: Startup support

    Avoid delays in plant start-ups using the expertise of Inprocess' OTS engineers

    • Establish the knowledge and know­-how requirements for the operations team; design a training program to fill the gaps, and then implement it
    • Evaluate on-site alternative procedures for start-ups
    • Troubleshoot potential issues with controllers tuning, alarms settings, start-up procedure, safety systems ...
    • lntegrate the control room and the field operators into a single operations team
  • Operator Training System

    Lifecycle OTS: Operator Training System

    Train your operations staff with an exact replica of the control room configuration.

    • Train your control room operators trained on start-up procedures sufficiently in advance
    • Train operators on plant normal operation; on load changes; on emergency situations; on planned plant shutdowns and start-ups, from hot- and cold­- conditions
    • Coach staff on how to react faced with equipment and instrumentation malfunctions
    • lnvolve field operators with 3D lmmersive Training Simulators and Virtual Reality