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KBC IoE Webinar - Review of Utility-Related Equipment in Petro-SIM

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A new feature of Petro-SIM™ is the capability to model steam systems. This webinar is the first of two webinars which focus on steam modelling in Petro-SIM™.
In this webinar we will show how to define utility-related equipment in Petro-SIM™:
• Boilers
• Steam Headers
• Steam Turbines
• Process steam users and generators
• Deaerators

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KBC IoE Webinar - Review of Utility-Related Equipment in Petro-SIM

  1. 1. © 2015 KBC Advanced Technologies plc. All Rights Reserved. Review of Utility-Related Equipment in Petro-SIM KBC Webinar 20 August 2015
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction • Demonstration  Steam headers  Boiler  Turbines  Steam users/generators  Deaerators 30 July 2015 4PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
  3. 3. Selecting the Modelling Approach 30 July 2015 PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 5
  4. 4. Petro-SIM Utility Modelling 30 July 2015 6 • Part of Petro-SIM environment • Unique Utility-related unit operations  Steam Header  Steam producer and user groups  De-aerator  HRSG  Burner  Desuperheaters  Gas Turbine Model: GT-SIM  Utilise all the Petro-SIM functionality for meters, reporting, time series/scenario, hydraulics …  Truly integrated models  Model compressor and turbine driver in a single model  Predict and calculate steam/fuel/power balance as a function of process changes Petro-SIM Equipment unit operations  Environment Drag and Drop Performance Monitoring  Online Optimisation  Rigorous GT Model  Process+Utility Integrated Modelling  Hydraulics 
  5. 5. © 2015 KBC Advanced Technologies plc. All Rights Reserved. Petro-SIM Demonstration KBC Webinar 20 August 2015
  6. 6. Closing > Questions? > Future webinar topics in energy: – Review of utility-related equipment in ProSteam – Steam modelling in Petro-SIM v6 and ProSteam – Energy-SIM demonstration – HX Monitor and fouling studies – Dashboards – Using the data from your historian in your model – Petro-SIM GT model > We welcome suggestions for future topics – please email kbc-marketing@kbcat.com > Next webinar information will go out shortly. > Thank you for joining us! 30 July 2015 PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 8
  7. 7. Questions > Where can I find more information about the units operation? - Just click on the unit operation you want to know more about and press F1. This will open the help for the specific unit operation > I see there is an “ASME Steam” on the property package, what is the difference between this and the “NBS Steam” package? - ASME steam is based on ASME 1967 steam tables and there are limitations on these tables in terms of pressure less than 15,000psia and temperatures greater than 32ºF and less than 1500ºF. - NBS steam uses IAPWS steam tables from 1984 (IAPWS – international association property of water and steam), which are meant to have better calculations near Critical Point. 30 July 2015 PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 9

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