For over 40 years, process simulation has been the staple of engineers throughout the energy and chemical industry. The next step is to digitalize all processes into one simulation aligned with the asset lifecycle and value chain using one multi-purpose digital twin.
Joining data sources, people and processes together is critical. With the latest advancements in digital technology, it is now possible to create a seamless patchwork that supports rapid acceleration toward the single multi-purpose digital twin vision.
Download our article, from Hydrocarbon Engineering, where we explore the future value of process simulation based on three fundamental pillars:
- The science
- The people
- Digital technologies
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