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MySep Training

Process engineers and facility operations engineers with basic knowledge of separation vessels and internals will be able to use MySep for basic design and verification work. However, in order to take full advantage of all the capabilities of MySep and create reliable and optimised designs, a more in-depth understanding of separation equipment is required. To achieve this, it is recommended to follow a specific MySep training course teaching the use of the program and designing separation equipment.

What you will learn:

  • How MySep works and how the knowledge from the bullet points below is applied using MySep
  • How the design parameters are related
  • About design criteria
  • The iterative methodology for designing new build separation equipment
  • How to assess the operational performance of existing separation equipment using MySep
  • Impact of inlet piping size and subsequent flow regimes on the performance of the vessel
  • About the performance characteristics of various types of inlet devices
  • About the separation performance capabilities of various type of demisting equipment
  • Understand liquid-liquid separation
  • The importance of gas and liquid flow distribution
  • How to size separation equipment (slug catchers, 2-phase and 3-phase separators, scrubbers, flare drums) and select suitable separation internals using the knowledge gained from the previous items above.
  • How to assess performance and troubleshoot/debottleneck existing separation equipment that is in operation
Our courses can also be tailored to meet your particular commercial needs, with more focus on areas that are important to you.