See benefits of MySep modelling featuring process applications and features of the products in the video links below
MySep Studio for New Build Design
A step by step introduction to designing a production 3-phase separator with MySep Studio. Starting from a process simulation, use autosize, evaluate performance, export carry-over to simulation and generate a datasheet
MySep Engine in a Steady-state Simulation
MySep Engine allows users to access the rigour of MySep's gas-liquid separation modelling within process simulations. The capability is available in HYSYS, UnSim, DYNSIM and further integration is under development by other leading simulator vendors. Within a simulation of an offshore Oil and Gas production system see how a steady state model can be used to explore if the processing capacity can deal with a tie-back to a new well.
Introduction to MySep Studio
For an offshore Oil & Gas Production application, this video steps through design of a 2-phase 1st Stage Separator, a 2nd Stage Separator with 3-phase capability and a Compressor Suction Scrubber. The importance of inlet conditions and droplet size distributions on resulting performance is shown. The effect of a plate pack coalescer on water-in-oil carry-over is shown as well illustrating the performance of demisting devices, such as mesh pads and vane packs.
The value of MySep Engine in Process Simulations
In a dynamic simulation, the value of rigorous gas-liquid separation modelling is clearly revealed. The impact of carry-over in a low temperature separator is shown to strongly influence hydrocarbon dew point of export gas. There are potentially major consequences for the profitability of the operation.
Liquid carry-over fundamentally impacts heat and material balances. Effects on downstream separator, heat exchanger and compressor unit operations are discussed.
Slugging and Separation with MySep Engine in UniSim
This 2 minute video shows how MySep Engine, working within the UniSim Design simulator, can reveal how slug flow in production pipework can affect processing. This reveals the value of rigorously modelling gas-liquid separation phenomena in dynamics.