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The Intergraph Cloud Stress Test - Putting Cloud Technology to the test on a $10B Global Energy Mega Project
| By Hexagon
As global energy demands increase, the oil and gas industry is under pressure to keep up. This is a trend that is expected to continue - analysts forecast that nearly US$40 trillion in capital investment will be directed into energy projects over the next 20 years to meet consumer demand.
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Lean Construction: Technological Advances in Lean Construction
| By Hexagon
This white paper will explore lean construction and how advances in technology are making implementation of lean construction practices achievable for the industry, with core functionality built into the products as standard out-of-the-box features. By embedding these lean principles in the software, technology is creating lean tools that will become a major differentiator in shifting the construction paradigm, and delivering maximum value to the industry.
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Smart 3D Interop: Intelligent Referencing
| By Hexagon
In today’s market, it is rare that a project is executed by a single entity or even with a single engineering solution. However, combining all of these engineering solutions is key to provide high quality, safety, and performance.
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Plant Information Management
| By Hexagon
A strategic white paper: Intergraph process, power and marine, a division of Intergraph corporation.
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BlueCielo - Improving Operational Efficiency at RWE
| By BlueCielo ECM Solutions
With almost 60,000 employees supplying energy to over 16 million electricity customers and 7 million gas customers, RWE AG is one of the leading power generation companies in Europe. The company produces energy by regular and brown power stations, as well as nuclear and regenerative power plants. RWE continually works on methods to improve and optimize the efficiency of its new and existing power stations. Optimization is a key aspect in the engineering, design and construction of new and existing power stations. Efficiency is an important factor in the planning of the operations and maintenance of the power stations.
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PM Piping Power Generation - Adding Value to Projects
| By PM Piping
PM Piping is proud to present its dedicated supply solutions for the Power Generation industry. It offers complete “Packages” to major projects for the Energy, Oil, Gas, and Renewables Industries. PM Piping also specialises in providing materials to Linepipe, Process Piping, Power Generation, Offshore, Renewable Energy, and Compressor Stations/Gas Storage projects.
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Alphatec uses their expert regrouting to repair Wind Turbine foundations
| By Alphatec Engineering
Alphatec Engineering has been repairing concrete foundations, and regrouting all types of rotating machinery, since 1977. During the past 40 years we have worked on diesel engines, reciprocating and centrifugal compressors, turbo-machinery, pumps, blowers, fans, kilns, grinding mills, crushers, shredders, gearboxes, electric motors, presses, etc.
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Generate Clean Energy More Efficiently With Powerful Data Analytics
| By CAMO Software
Advanced data analysis tools can help renewable energy companies operate more efficiently, from R&D - such as developing more efficient solar panels and more robust wind turbine blades - to solving common problems such as predicting turbine breakdowns and optimising the use of equipment depending on local conditions and demand.
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Real-Time Process Monitoring
| By CAMO Software
If you are running a manufacturing of industrial process, you’ll appreciate the value of being able to identify and correct deviations before they become a major problem. Now you can have real-time process monitoring using powerful multivariate analysis, without the inflated price tag or complex installations of other solutions
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Optimize Refining Processes & Reduce Costs From Distillation to Blending
| By CAMO Software
CAMO Software has worked with petrochemical refineries for many years. Their world-leading multivariate data analysis software can be used for process modelling, rapid analysis and early event detection.
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Combining First Principle Models with MVA and DOE
| By CAMO Software
Chemical engineering is a discipline that to a certain degree relies on deterministic or first principle models. These models may describe flow rates, mass balance, energy and other principal properties of a system. But to quote the famous chemist/statistician George Box: “All models are wrong but some are useful”.
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Multivariate Data Analysis an Essential Tool in the World of Big Data
| By CAMO Software
Multivariate data analysis (MVA) is increasingly used across a wide range of industries from R&D and engineering, to manufacturing, quality control and preventative maintenance programs. Below are some examples of how our clients are using multivariate data analysis to get a competitive edge.
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CAMO Delves into Assumption Free Modeling and Monitoring of Batch Processes
| By CAMO Software
Modeling strategies currently in use for the monitoring of batch processes wheremultivariate data are available have some limitations, particularly for batches where the true starting or end point are not the same on an absolute time scale, or the batch progression varies among batches.
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PLEXOS Study of the Italian Power System and Market in the Medium-Term: Realities and Expectations of Renewables Integration
| By Energy Exemplar
One of the main developments of the last few years on the Italian power market has been the significant increase of renewable capacity in the form of wind and solar power plants. Using a PLEXOS dataset based on data available from Terna and various utilities, we have modeled the Italian power market considering the six geographical zones and created the medium term expected scenarios from the Terna information available for 2012 and the published 2013 grid development plan.
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