SimSci-Esscor adds Excel to PipePhase software
PIPEPHASE software simulates multiphase flow in oil and gas wells and pipeline systems. It provides the power and flexibility to model applications ranging from the sensitivity analysis of key parameters in a single well, to a multiyear facilities planning study for an entire field. PIPEPHASE version 9.2 now incorporates the recently introduced SimSci-Esscor SIM4ME Portal, which enables the Microsoft Excel interface.
Communication between the flow simulator and Excel is bi-directional and requires absolutely no coding skills on the part of the user. Using the Portal users can quickly and easily create intuitive interfaces for manipulating their simulation models.
The ability to access any model parameter easily, change its unit of measure, and determine its status as either an input or calculated value, from within Excel puts the user in the drivers seat for data manipulating and integration said Jim Browne, SimSci-Esscors fluid flow manager. By combining our SIM4ME Portal with PIPEPHASE software, we make it very easy to create custom interfaces in Excel without having to code a single line of Visual Basic. Microsoft Excel provides an ideal platform for engineers to create an operations interface that can be used by PIPEPHASE experts and non-experts alike, tapping the users imagination in ways that would be all but impossible with a pre-configured interface.
PIPEPHASE version 9.2 is available immediately.
Invensys Process Systems is the industry leader in industrial asset performance management. Invensys Process Systems encompasses industry-leading brands such as InFusion, Foxboro, Triconex, SimSci-Esscor, and Avantis and provides advanced products, services, and solutions to leading industrial plants and facilities across the world.
The Invensys Group is headquartered in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange, with approximately 30,000 employees working in 60 countries.
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