Process Simulation is an approach to building a logical model of a real process and experimenting with the model to obtain insight about the behavior of the process or to evaluate the impact of changes in assumptions or potential improvements to it. Process simulation is used in business to address complex operational problems. Process simulation is suitable for viewing process instances and to evaluate the structure of processes ex-ante that is prior to finalizing a model. Process simulation is a well-established tool for the analysis of continuous chemical processes.
Process tanks include product tanks and isolated intermediate tanks. Process tanks are welded structures specified with water-tight welds. Process tanks are normally constructed at small fabrication shops that possess limited fabrication and welding capability.
Process troubleshooting is based on the determination of the standard process limits and then on determining what process parameter has changed. Each of the following process failure scenarios can be dealt by performing tests to establish the process window. This application can also involve looking at a number of other issues, such as access permissions. The first level of troubleshooting is provided in the help files that are included with your service profile. This troubleshooting information makes it possible for many problems to be resolved directly for the user.