The word “simulation” is often used as generic term for computer-aided engineering (CAE). Several design simulation approaches have become standard components of product development in many industries, and they continue to grow in importance as inexpensive, faster computers and affordable, easy-to-use design simulation software allow users to address new technologies and applications.
Simulation models are sets of mathematical equations representing the behavior of the system in a physical domain of interest. The complexity of the mathematics depends on availability of data and varies in function of the application and the design stage.
Simulation is widely used in the process industry to optimize existing operations, cutting down the operating cost, conducting sensitivity analysis for various existing processes. Other than field optimization, simulation packages are also used to evaluate lab & pilot data to check feasibility of commercial deployment.
Working on simulation mimics the world environment. User can work on multiple approaches for solving problems and get an insight on the optimization without field trials. The pathways selected can be used to limit real life trials thus saving time and capital required for pilot trials.
Our hands-on workshops designed to tailor your students’ needs and curriculum are comprehensive, practical and skill based. We can handle a range of simulations, most popular ones being:
Our Coursework provides detailed technical reference information on simulation for process industries, background information about the unit operation models and the physical properties methods and models available in Simulation software, and a wide range of other reference information along with hand on use of the simulations.