Hydrate formation in natural gas processing is a design and operating consideration that must be handled properly in order to avoid costly production losses or serious safety hazards. A series of methodologies are available for engineers to predict hydrate formation and inhibitions strategies. The Hydrate Extension implements the most widely used methods together with recent rigorous methods for hydrate formation calculations in such a way that it is easy to compare the results from all of them in a single environment.
The Saturate Extension is a convenient way to calculate the amount of water required to saturate a dry gas stream at given temperature, pressure and composition. The extension reports on water content in the wet gas and may be used to evaluate under saturated conditions as well. Note that this extension is useful for HYSYS versions previous to 8.0 where the Saturate Unit Operation was included in the HYSYS base program.
Extends flash calculations for the detection of liquid mercury formation in cryogenic gas processing facilities
Gathers all cost information built into the simulation model using custom variables and reports on total operating cost
Water treatment suite for SAGD with OLI integration
Implements models for Skim Tanks, Oil Removal Filters, Lime Softening and Ion Exchange
Peng-Robinson EOS package for LNG processing
Implements the P-R EOS model with considerations for simulations near the critical region
Includes a simplified representation of a SAGD reservoir to consider SOR, GOR and retention rates in a simulation model
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