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|dc.creator||Schindler, H. E.|
|dc.creator||Leaver, E. W.|
|dc.creator||Shewchuk, C. F.|
|dc.description.abstract||The usefulness of models of plant utility systems largely depends on the capabilities of the process system simulator which uses them. SACDA has been engaged in a multi-year development of a versatile and powerful steady-state simulator which has been satisfactorily applied to both on-line and off-line applications for plant utility and other process systems. Designated as MASSBAL MK II, the simulator has a unique architecture, menu and/or graphic driven user-friendly inputs and outputs, and checking facilities. It also provides for data reconciliation and an advanced optimizer. The program is already widely used for design, and more recently for on-line advanced control of a large plant utility system. It is suitable for testing DCS and expert systems as well as being integrated into those systems as their "calculation engine".||en|
|dc.publisher||Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.eslwin.tamu.edu)|
|dc.subject||Plant Utility Systems||en|
|dc.subject||MASSBAL MK II||en|
|dc.title||A Versatile and Powerful Simulator for Design, Advanced Control and Expert Systems||en|
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