- Loren Wilson, Shell Global Solutions (U.S.) Inc.
- Damo Vedapuri, Tridiagonal Solutions
This session will stress the importance of having “good” physical property and phase equilibria data and models for real-world refinery and chemical plant applications. The focus will be on: (a) best data methods and practices to use in modern process simulation, (b) applying practical experience to meet property and phase equilibria needs, (c) avoiding pitfalls in methods / data selection, (d) thinking “out-of-the-box” to design products and processes, (e) building awareness of available “state-of-the-art” data / methods resources.
|8:30am-8:54am||Process Simulation in Support of Materials Testing and Selection||Raymond French, Shell International Exploration & Production (U.S.)|
|Optimizing Simulation of Refinery and Petrochemical Reactors with Molecular Structure Fluid Lumping and Object Oriented Unit Design||Glen Hay, Virtual Materials Group|
|9:18am-9:42am||Optimization Approach for Planning Application of Ethylene and its Downstream Businesses||Bhieng Tjoa, Optience Corporation|
|10:07am-10:31am||Solving Granular (Particulates) Flow Problems Using Discrete Element Methods||Mothivel Mummudi, Tridiagonal Solutions Inc.|
|10:31am-10:55am||Outlier Detection and Analysis in Batch and Continuous Processes||Peter Ryan, Response Process Consulting|