Simsci pro ii 8.2(C) Invensys

Invensys Process Systems (IPS), a global technology, software and
consulting firm, has released the newest version of SimSci-Esscor's
PRO/II software, a steady-state process simulator used to design, analyze
and improve chemical processes. In addition to the numerous
infrastructure upgrades and enhancements that address the emerging needs
of the hydrocarbon and chemicals processing industries, PRO/II simulation
software can now be used on Microsoft Vista Enterprise & Business
operating systems, and IPS has provided an updated install procedure and
support for Microsoft Office 2007.

PRO/II 8.2 simulation software includes improvements for modeling heavy
oils and electrolytic systems and for generating pure component
properties. The PRO/II 8.2 simulator improves heavy-oils modeling with
the addition of a new liquid viscosity prediction method that prevents
viscosity from being skewed by the heaviest petroleum component. PRO/II
8.2 software has also integrated the Mixed Solvent Electrolyte model, the
latest electrolyte model from OLI Systems, capable of reproducing
speciation, chemical and phase equilibria, applicable to
water-organic-salt systems and aqueous solutions from dilute to the
fused-salt limit.

The newest version of the software is also integrated with ProPred, a
property prediction tool from the Computer Aided Process-Product
Engineering Center of the Technical University of Denmark that allows pure
component properties to be predicted from structure based on a multi-level
group contribution method and can be used directly with PRO/II software.

"PRO/II 8.2 software shows our dedication to both the hydrocarbon and
chemicals processing industries. We have developed features for each
industry, as well as introduced features and infrastructure upgrades that
will enhance the user experience of all of our customers," said Joseph
McMullen, PES Product Manager for IPS. "Our technological advancements in
the area of modeling heavy oils truly set PRO/II simulation software apart
from the competition, which continues to have issues accurately modeling
heavy oils."

The new integration with Microsoft Vista Enterprise & Business operating
systems and support for Microsoft Office 2007 means that IPS clients can
now integrate simulation and modeling functionality and data more easily
with other enterprise applications.

About IPS (Invensys Process Systems)

Invensys Process Systems (IPS), headquartered in Plano, Texas, is a global
technology, software and consulting firm leading significant change in
process manufacturing, plant optimization, business operations and
enterprise performance. IPS clients are some of the world's most important
industrial organizations -- companies that operate large oil refineries;
plants that process chemicals, gas, LNG, power, pharmaceutical and
minerals; and pulp and paper mills. IPS solutions, used at over 50,000
locations across the globe, include field devices and controls from
Foxboro and Triconex, advanced applications from SimSci-Esscor, operations
management from Avantis, and the world's first truly open enterprise
control system, InFusion(TM).

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