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Simulation software speeds development of digital twins

By Chemical Engineering |

Emerson

A new release of this company’s Mimic Simulation Software (photo) makes it easier for plants to develop a more accurate digital twin. New modeling capabilities, usability enhancements and tuning options will help engineers more easily create, modify and integrate dynamic simulations for process improvements across the plant lifecycle. New online stream-flow views in the latest release of Mimic significantly speed engineering changes. Users can quickly see all process elements in a single table with changeable parameters, making it possible to view and tune entire processes from front to back – all while keeping the simulated processes online. — Emerson, St. Louis, Mo.

www.emerson.com/mimic

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