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SimSci-Esscor unveils Dynsim

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BANGALORE: SimSci-Esscor, an operating unit of Invensys plc, has announced the launch of Dynsim, a powerful, cost-effective improvement over legacy dynamic simulators for today's process industry plants. The product sets new standards in the process industries, enabling customers to leverage dynamic simulation model equity.

Dynsim enables plants to use the same model in multiple applications such as process design studies, control evaluations and checkouts, operator training and operational analysis.

With less time needed by engineers to redevelop models for each application, plants can significantly reduce costs and increase engineering productivity. In addition, by incorporating the same model in each application, users also can avoid discrepancies in their data, thus realising improvements in technical accuracy and producing reliable results.

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