On September 22-23, 2010, Martin GAINVILLE from IFP Energies Nouvelles and leader of the CO-LaN Hydro SIG was given the opportunity to report and present the current status of the CAPE-OPEN hydrodynamic module interface specification to the members of TMF5 (TMF stands for Transient Multiphase Flows). The TMF projects aims at improving the industry’s ability to understand transient multiphase flows. The TMF projects are jointly funded by Industry and the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the UK’s Department of Trade and Industry.
Data Exchange for the Process Industries
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New release of ProSim software
Includes CAPE-OPEN Unit Operations CO-ProSec and CO-ProSim PHE
Release of aspenONE® V11
Adoption of 64-bit architecture for all software implementing CAPE-OPEN
Presentation of a Unit Operation model developed by BASF and wrapped as a CAPE-OPEN component
Rate-based parallel column model for DWC
Enhanced Dividing Wall Column model deployed within a CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation
Support to COBIA-based developments
Consultancy Service requests approved for KBC Advanced Technologies and for Heat Transfer Research Inc.: CO-LaN capitalizes on…
New BP representative in CO-LaN
From March 2019 Dr Kathryn Yearsley will be representing BP on the CO-LaN Management Board.
Kat obtained an…
New DOW representative in CO-LaN
From February 2019 Michael Berger will be representing the Dow Chemical Company on the CO-LaN management board.
Capital Gain Consultants as new Associate Member
A specialist in interfacing for process simulation
Call for Consultancy Service Requests
Take advantage of advanced expertise on CAPE-OPEN: five requests received.
The Chemical Engineer features CAPE-OPEN
A short viewpoint piece reaching out to a wide audience
Process optimization using CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation
Further use of CAPE-OPEN at NTNU
Fischer-Tropsch reactor model in CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation
Additional use of CAPE-OPEN at NTNU
CAPE-OPEN in a review on natural gas processing
Interoperability for thermodynamic models
CAPE-OPEN in ProSim News November issue
Enhancing awareness on CAPE-OPEN