DWSIM is an open source, CAPE-OPEN compliant chemical process simulator for Windows, Linux and macOS systems. Written in VB.NET and C#, DWSIM features a comprehensive set of unit operations, advanced thermodynamic models, support for reacting systems, petroleum characterization tools and a fully-featured graphical interface.
According to TMRResearch (Tailor-Made Reports) and their analysis, the global advanced process control and online optimization market will witness a steady growth rate in the period 2017 - 2025. Major vendors will continue to offer advanced process control and online optimization across end-user industries to enable improved energy efficiency, enhanced production, accurate monitoring, and performance control.
Ready to test your process simulation skills? Join the Process Simulation Cup! Process Simulation Cup (PSC2017) is a global student competition. The contest has been running for the 3rd year now. Thus far it witnessed 500 student submissions from more than 70 universities worldwide.
Schneider Electric is bringing their process simulation tools to the cloud meaning that three Schneider Electric simulation products can now be accessed via the cloud, using Microsoft Azure: PRO/II Process Engineering, DYNSIM Dynamic Simulation, Operating Training Simulators.
University College Cork in Ireland and their Advanced Process Design Class are using dynamic simulation as a tool to learn and practice process operation and control. They are using process dynamic simulator and lectures prepared by Simulation Solutions, Inc (USA).
Technology, engineering and project management company Neste Jacobs releases new digital game called NAPCON Games Distiller. It is developed for operator training and operator testing purposes for the process industry and training institutes, and is available for licensing.
A new add-on thermo library is available for open source simulator DWSIM 5.0 running on Windows, Linux and MacOS.