SIMULATION MODELS INCREASE PROCESS EFFICIENCY

More efficient daily process operation with rigorous simulation models

In chemical engineering, the use of rigorous simulation models is common practice in the case of new process design, optimization studies, or for trying out different operation scenarios. However, once a process in a chemical plant is up and running, limited improvements are generally made. In 2013, the Institute for Sustainable Process Technology (ISPT), in collaboration with Eindhoven University of Technology, FrieslandCampina, Corbion and DSM, started the project IMPROVISE (Improved Process Operation via Rigorous Simulation Models) to develop model-based technology for improving daily process operation. The IMPROVISE-project was successfully completed in 2017, and proves that the use of dynamic models not only leads to better control of the plant, but also saves valuable resources. A follow-up project, called INSPEC, is already running.

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