AspenTech enhances Hysys solution for oil & gas and refining markets

Cambridge, MA - Aspen Technology recently announced a new release of its Hysys steady-state and dynamic simulation software.

03/26/2003


Cambridge, MA - Aspen Technology recently announced a new release of its Hysys steady-state and dynamic simulation software. In response to client demands to improve engineering productivity and enhance decision-making across the enterprise, Hysys 3.1 incorporates a number of new features, including an innovative separation model that allows accurate simulation and understanding of the liquid and gas separations that occur in oil and gas plants.

The ability to reliably predict phase separation is critical to the safe operation and performance of the capital-intensive rotating equipment employed in many upstream oil and gas processes. Gas properties available in Hysys simulations have been extended to include virtually all the key performance indicators used by the oil and gas industry to make better operation and engineering decisions.

Hysys 3.1 also provides tighter integration with the AES Icarus Economic Evaluation and the AES HTFS Equipment Design & Rating products to help companies make optimal design and investment decisions.

For more information, visit www.aspentech.com

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Dave Harrold, Senior Editor
dharrold@reedbusiness.com





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