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.
Webinar: Supporting the development of plant operators’ competence
Plan and follow-up operators’ professional development by digitizing and centralizing in a single training environment all new and old learning material.
Manel Serra, Marc Massó
Webinar: Real-Time Optimization opportunities in NGL recovery plants
APC has been applied broadly in NGL recovery plants, but there are still some millions left on the table that can be captured by RTO applications, since optima do not sit on corners.
José María Ferrer
Ensuring a successful FPSO start-up by phased lifecycle approach of process Digital Twins
JoseMaria Ferrer & José María Nougués
FPSO Brasil Congress LIVE 2020
Abstract / Summary
Confirming FPSO process design/sizing, Control Narrative and ESD design is adequate and safe for all loads, transients and trips. Providing early Operator Training and refining your Operating Procedures before the ICSS is implemented. Detecting Bad Actors and process anomalies with online process Digital Twins
Miguel-Ángel Navarro and Miquel-Àngel Alós (Inprocess)
2020. Hydrocarbon Engineering. October, Pages: 81 – 84
Abstract / Summary
During a flare release, the temperature of the flare network has a strong dependence on the relief source and on ambient conditions. During a relief of hot gases, contraction of the gases could occur due to the cool-down to ambient conditions. The rate of contraction velocity is accelerated if cooling leads to condensation of the contained gas components. The risk associated with this contraction is the depression of the header below atmospheric pressure, allowing outside air to enter into the flare system. Infiltration of air can lead to flame burn back, which in turn could initiate a destruction detonation in the system. The most common method for the prevention of air infiltration through the stack exit is to introduce purge gas. The amount of purge gas required depends on the released gas and on the gas purge composition, as well as the size and design of the flare.