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White papers: Inprocess Technology and Consulting Group, S.L.

Inprocess is an independent process simulation services and consulting company established in 2006. Headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, the company has representative offices in the US (Houston), Middle East (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Southeast Asia (Kuala Lumpur) and South America (Argentina).

Inprocess offers its clients cutting-edge services and solutions that span from engineering design to plant operation, including operator training simulators and online digital twins for optimisation and maintenance. The company’s team, which is made up of more than 90 chemical and process engineers specialised in dynamic simulation and process optimisation, provides value through innovative applications and expertise within the hydrocarbon and chemical processing industries. Inprocess has accumulated a wide variety of experience by delivering more than 450 projects in 65 countries. Clients include major operating companies in the oil & gas, refining, petrochemical and chemical industries, as well as major EPCs, process licensors, instrumentation providers, and equipment manufacturers.


How can dynamic analysis improve gas turbine feed system reliability and availability?

Gas turbine power plants are vital assets that require high availability (>90%). Minimising unit trips is critical in achieving this goal. This white paper will outline the key characteristics of these systems, and the significant benefits of employing dynamic simulations in their design.

Published on the 01 November 2023

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Relief Flare Analysis using a Dynamic Simulation Model of your Plant

This white paper provides evidence of the benefits of using dynamic simulation models for relief flare analysis instead of commonly used steady state simulation models.

Published on the 01 June 2023

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Design and Troubleshooting of Compressor Systems by using Dynamic Process Simulation

The use of dynamic process simulation has been established in the last few years as a reliable and effective tool to analyse the behaviour of processing equipment and systems during transient events.

Published on the 01 June 2022

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