Optimize Column Performance with Column Analysis in Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus V9
Having insight into the hydraulic performance of trays and packing can empower you to make better decisions and get the most out of new and existing columns. With the new Column Analysis feature in V9 of Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus, interactive visualization and new and updated correlations can enable you to understand the behavior of the column and its effect on the full process.
More Efficient Data Management with Aspen IP.21
Discover the power and flexibility of Aspen IP.21 with aspenONE Process Explorer and how it allows you to use your existing metadata, while reducing tag consumption.
Dow Chemical Makes Better Scheduling Decisions in its Coatings and Polyurethanes Businesses with Aspen Plant Scheduler
The Dow Chemical Company has been leveraging Aspen Plant SchedulerTM to improve customer service and maximize asset utilization for over 20 years. Dow’s internal center of excellence has found Aspen Plant Scheduler to be well suited to address the complex schedule requirements of many of its manufacturing sites. In this presentation, Dow will review how Aspen Plant Scheduler is enabling it to make better scheduling decisions for both its Coatings and Polyurethanes Businesses, optimizing raw material, production and loading rack scheduling against complex constraints and varying demand. Dow has deployed Aspen Plant Scheduler to over 50 plants and has plans to for additional global rollouts. Come hear how Dow Chemical leverages Aspen Plant Scheduler to improve its scheduling capability in support of changing market and customer expectations.
Petroleum Supply Chain Planning at Marathon Petroleum Corporation
Aspen Petroleum Supply Chain Planner™ (PSCP) helps solve multi-commodity, multi-period transport optimization problems. In this webinar, Supply Planning Engineer Mike Gallo shares how Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) uses PSCP to optimize and evaluate logistic plans.
On Demand Webinar: EPC Perspectives - New Revenue Streams From Operations and Maintenance
Paul Donnelly of AspenTech will share the results of a recent survey on how Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) firms are pursuing new sources of revenue from the operations and maintenance (O&M) phases of a project’s lifecycle.
Optimize Plant Utility Costs with Aspen Utilities Planner
During this free webinar, learn how Aspen Utilities Planner and Aspen Utilities OnLine Optimizer help process and plant engineers manage and optimize energy cost using accurate modeling and optimization of utilities systems.
Non-Linear Modelling with PIMS-AO
Non-linear modelling is a key capability of PIMS-AO, enabling users to develop more accurate models in critical areas such as reactors and complex plant constraints. This feature is being used by a number of petrochemical companies and there are benefits for refining and aromatics. This webinar will showcase how this technology can be leveraged, including concrete examples for refining, aromatics and olefins companies.
Restore Smooth and Optimum Column Performance using Aspen Plus®
Learn how leaders in the chemical processing industries increase distillation column efficiency, reduce energy and solve problems faster with interactive hydraulic visualization of distillation.
On-Demand Webinar - EPC Perspectives: Concurrent Process Engineering for Improved Project Outcomes
In this webinar, Paul Donnelly, Industry Marketing Director of AspenTech, will share the results of a recent survey on how EPC firms are avoiding the pitfalls and delays caused by sequential engineering to create accurate bids faster, and deliver project designs that save CAPEX and energy for their owner/operator clients.
On-Demand Webinar: Drive Higher Productivity and Profitability through Prescriptive APM featuring LNS
According to LNS Research, companies that pursue asset performance management (APM) focused solely on reducing downtime are missing the opportunity to increase productivity and improve profitability. During this webinar, LNS Research Fellow Dan Miklovic will describe why sometimes the most reliable assets are not the most profitable assets.