Tetra Pak has always needed to check that its internal processes and working procedures are compliant with Customer requirements before installing a new plant.
This is why Tetra Pak has chosen Dymola, with the aim of optimizing development process efficiency while giving adequate solutions to Customers. Thanks to the Dymola simulation platform, Tetra Pak is able to make the instrumentation more efficient and to reduce product time-to-market, achieving a considerable performance improvement.
Engineering and Aeronautical Departments of La Plata National University (UNLP), one of the most eminent Argentinian educational institute, has integrated the learning of main professional software used in the industry inside the educational program. Dassault Systèmes products are the support enabling UNLP to build a new professional engineer generation which will be responsible of new products/services design, test and maintenance.
Ceres Power chose Dymola and Abaqus for developing a combined heat-power (CHP) efficient production unit being an alternative to the standard centralized energy generation. Ceres Power used Dassault Systèmes
products for making simulations and evaluations about system performance and design options cost-benefit ratio, without the need of building expensive prototypes. DS PLM solutions helped Ceres Power to reduce risks and to speed up innovation giving a technical and commercial forecast about set-up design and parameter change effects.
Optimation is a Swedish company focused on production process optimization by means of control techniques and dynamic simulations. Its Customers come from several different fields, such as construction sites, power stations, mineral processing and iron and steel industry.
An optimized process control can actively contribute to save energy, improve product quality and increase production. On the other side, not well organized and set-up control systems can cause production costs and inefficiencies. Optimation has adopted Dymola as tool for improving process efficiency and pursuing its mission.
Dassault Systèmes (DS), a leading worldwide company for 3D solutions and technologies devoted to the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), announced that Solvina, a Swedish technological consultancy company, has chosen the Dymola-based modelling and simulation platform for optimizing control strategy development focused on plant productivity and energy consumption.
“In a Swedish paper factory we reduced consumptions by 20 MWh/day, achieving a global saving of about 500.000 Euro/year”: this is what Veronica Olesen, Solvina design and system engineer, said. In the paper and cellulose industry, the vapour handling optimization assures the highest energy efficiency and the reduction of oil overheating. In this way there is no more need of discharging vapour and pressure levels are almost constant to all vapour consumptions. In order to handle this kind of problems, Solvina has applied Dassault Systèmes Dymola features for identifying and setting-up the optimal control. Consequently plant production and energy consumption have been optimized too.
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BMW has chosen Dassault Systèmes (Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA) PLM V6 platform for development the new generation electric, electronic and embedded software (E/E) architecture of its vehicles. The German automotive leading company has adopted the Dassault Systèmes V6 product thanks to its versatile and flexible PLM infrastructure and to the wide range of “out of the box” functionalities it offers for what concerns system engineering.