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The editors of Control have published a great resource for the operations manager ready to invest in an operator training system or automation development system, An Essentials Guide to Dynamic Simulation.
With the new dawn of the process industry, it's time to apply dynamic simulation for operational improvement.
The value of using dynamic simulation in the process industries has been proven time after time. But not everyone is using a dynamic simulator who would benefit from one. Why don’t all process plants have a dynamic simulator? A key reason is that many simulation software providers do not address the needs of operations in process plants. The user then has to settle for incorrect technology decisions or project implementation methods that result in costly investments with deficient life cycle returns. Essentials of Dynamic Simulation provides a concise guide to technology and implementation decisions for this important technology.
The editors of Control expound upon essential topics for consideration including:
- Life cycle application approach
- How to evaluate process modeling methods
- Best practices for solution implementation
- Typical return on investment of dynamic simulation solutions
Our thanks to Keith Larson, Paul Studebaker, and the Control editorial team for publishing this guide to the application of this valuable technology.
Other Resources to Review
- Life Cycle Dynamic Simulation with MiMiC
- Business Case for the Virtual Plant Using MiMiC Simulation Software
- MYNAH #1 in Simulation Software - 2014 Control Reader's Choice
I look forward to your comments, questions, or suggestions.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Mart Berutti, 03/28/14
Martin Berutti is the President and COO of MYNAH Technologies. Areas of expertise include process simulation, control system and network design, and information integration. Martin has been with MYNAH and Experitec (parent company of MYNAH) for over 19 years and has held positions of Systems Engineer, Performance Consultant, Project Manager, Director, Performance Technology, and Business Director. Previous employers included Fisher Controls, Rosemount, and Applied Automation. Mart has a BS in Chemical Engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla.