CET Group | Process Modelling
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Process Modelling

Practically all CET Group projects begin with form of Process modelling.  CET Group have developed techniques and are excellent at adapting a model to suit the process.

CET Group has also undertaken many assignments to optimise or de-bottleneck existing processes.

One project involved shaving off time for a complicated process that involved many unit operations.  Real plant data was collected and entered into the developed model and a number of optimisations were discovered.  The model was run in real time with the process and the benefits of the optimisations resulted in the required time savings for the process.  No new equipment was necessary to achieve the time saving.

For Existing Plants Modelling can be beneficial to:

  • De-bottlenecking;
  • Increasing process robustness;
  • Reducing down times
  • Cycle time reduction;
  • Increase output;
  • Minimising material wastage;
  • Lowering power consumption
  • Determine optimal Labour requirements and shift patterns;

For new projects Modelling can be beneficial to:

  • Select the optimal number of units (equipment);
  • Size the equipment;
  • Determine the consumption and size of inputs – service plants such as water, air, power, reagents;
  • Size outputs such as Effluent plants;
  • Determine cycle time;
  • Optimise the process and times of unit operations;
  • Establish the maximum plant throughput;