Case Study

Fluor Achieves Significant Time Savings in SRU Simulation

Learn how Fluor created a digital twin of their entire sulfur recovery unit, including recycle streams, in a single file using Aspen HYSYS® with Sulsim. Read this case study to find out how AspenTech’s solution for SRU optimization allows users to increase production, reduce OPEX and meet emissions regulations by modeling the complexities of the SRU and the full gas plant.

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Efficient Plant: Use Industry 4.0 To Elevate Sustainability

In this article, AspenTech's Paige Marie Morse delves into how digital-transformation technologies can help industrial organizations cut energy costs while reducing environmental impact. Download now to discover how AI and machine-learning technology combined can enable companies to predict asset malfunctions well in advance and have positive financial and sustainable results.

Case Study

Global Energy Company Improves Safety and Asset Integrity with Machine Learning

In this case study learn how a global oil and gas company was able to detect and predict a variety of pending equipment failures. Download today to uncover how Aspen Mtell enabled the company to correctly identify all reported events – as well as unknown problems.

Case Study

Refinery Gets Asset Failure Predictions with Nearly a Month of Lead Time

Because traditional diagnostic methods weren’t preventing equipment failures or identifying root causes of historic failures, a U.S. refinery turned to Aspen Mtell prescriptive maintenance to improve internal data science resources. Download this case study to learn how this refinery's pilot program with Aspen Mtell was able to predict failures with nearly one month of lead time, enabling planning for maintenance and rescheduling production.

White Paper

Acid Gas Cleaning using Amine Solvents: Validation with Experimental and Plant Data

Learn about the underlying technology and validation results for the Acid Gas - Chemical Solvents Property Package in Aspen HYSYS used for amine solvents in Gas-Liquid Systems, such as MDEA, MEA, DEA, PZ and PZ+MDEA.

On Demand Webinar

On-Demand Webinar: How Changes in the Claus SRU Impact Tail Gas Treating

Sulfur Recovery Units are often just one part of a process engineer’s responsibility, so when trouble arises in the SRU, it is helpful to turn to the experts. In this webinar, Sulphur Experts’ Ben Walton will join us to talk about how changes in the Claus reactors can impact, or not impact, the downstream Tail Gas Treating Unit, and how the overall recovery can be maintained.

On Demand Webinar

Design Pressure Relief Systems Using an Integrated Solution

This on-demand webinar provides an overview of process safety system design and rating using steady-state analysis, dynamic analysis and flare system analysis. Learn how this integrated solution saves the time of moving between software products, providing greater accuracy and efficiency.

Minimize Disturbances and Costs in Acid Gas Removal Units with Aspen HYSYS®

Acid Gas Removal is a necessary step for removing carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide, but operations can be troublesome and costly. With impurities, process recycles, column internals and process configurations that introduce complexities in analysis, operational improvements can be difficult to identify and implement. In this introductory webinar learn how you can improve column operations with rate-based modeling, elevate analyses of systems with impurities and much more!

White Paper

Solving Three Common Problems Through SRU Simulation

Small operational issues in the sulphur recovery unit (SRU) can lead to higher emisisons — or worse, a frustrating and costly shutdown. Simulation of the SRU can enable more reliable operations and fewer shutdowns through the prevention of issues and quick and effective troubleshooting. In this paper, we present three common operational issues and show how simulation was used to prevent or quickly resolve the situation.

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How to Optimize the Disposal System With Staggered Analysis Using BLOWDOWN™ Technology

In this guide, you will be introduced to the tools in BLOWDOWN that can be used to perform staggered blowdown analysis. You will configure a simple analysis by using the Staggered Analysis tool, as well as a rigorous analysis using the Multi-Vessel Template.

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