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July 8, 2009

Invensys releases new version of simulation software

To allow users build and run case studies directly from the Excel software without opening the simulations

By CBR Staff Writer

Invensys Operations Management has unveiled the new version of its SimSci-Esscor PRO/II software, a ‘steady-state’ process simulator for designing and analysing chemical processes.

The new simulation software reportedly includes features that have been previously available only by keyword from the graphical user interface, extending its functionality to the users. It includes thermodynamic upgrades and enhancements for CAPE-OPEN compliance.

The company said that the new simulation software has been integrated with an upgraded version of the SIM4ME Portal and Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software interface, allowing users to link and pass information between PRO/II simulations or between PRO/II and Pipephase simulations. The interface also allows users to build and run case studies directly from the Excel software without opening the simulations.

Joseph McMullen, PRO/II product manager of Invensys Operations Management, said: Many of the features and functionality of our PRO/II 8.3 simulation software came directly at the request of our clients. Its most innovative feature is the customisable language module that allows the graphical user interface, error messages and warning messages to be viewed in many languages, starting with Japanese. Support for other languages will follow. These new features will enhance the user experience of all of our clients.

Invensys Operations Management, a division of Invensys, is a provider of automation and information technology, systems, software services and consulting to the manufacturing and infrastructure industries.

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