Reduce Engineering Time and Cost with Simultaneous Multi-Disciplinary Analysis
Maximize energy efficiency using the insights and energy-saving suggestions provided by pinch technology and utility planning solutions.
Optimize CAPEX and OPEX by rigorously modeling heat exchangers within the larger process with rigorous HX models and seamless data flow across disciplines.
Maximize profits using a plant-wide simulation solution that combines unparalleled accuracy and engineering collaboration with time-saving workflows.
Maximize safety, throughput and profits by optimizing the entire site in one environment using accurate, industry-validated simulation and time-saving workflows.
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This video showcases the streamlined workflow enabled by AspenTech Concurrent Engineering applied to a carbon capture project. The workflow enables the creation of state-of-the-art process simulation,...Video
How do you consider capital and operating expenses while developing process designs? With Activated Economics, process engineers can quickly and accurately identify the economic impact of design decis...On-Demand Webinar
To remain competitive, companies must develop new levels of operational excellence, gaining agility, flexibility and insight via digitalization.Blog
Learn how to save on energy, CAPEX and OPEX by improving the fidelity of your process simulation flowsheets using rigorous heat exchanger models. Now it is easier than ever to generate rigorous heat e...Video
Discover how PETROLTERV saved significant CAPEX on a revamp project due to greater design accuracy enabled by the integrated aspenONE Engineering suite of products. Due to efficiencies gained from usi...Case Study
LG Chem increases capacity by 15% and saves energy through heat integration using Aspen Plus®, Aspen Energy Analyzer, and Aspen Exchanger Design and RatingCase Study