MUGI 2019
Breakout Sessions

Monday and Tuesday afternoons are dedicated to Breakout Sessions designed to provide practical information that can be used immediately. The Breakout Sessions, organized in tracks, cover a broad range of topics. (updated 8 February 2019)

Working with Initial Estimates - new
Dr. Kathy Nelson, Haverly Systems Europe
In this session we will look at means of reviewing and updating initial estimates. The contents and applications of the 181 file will be reviewed and we will look at how to build up a starting point for multi-period and multi-location models from running partial cases. Multi-start will be demonstrated, with advice on how to set up comparisons to assess model changes. We will also look at using the Recursion Monitor and Report Generator to review values. We will look at using the 181 tables to override default values and at creating a report template to generate updated input values from a solution.

Modernizing your GRTMPS Model - new
Paul Tromans, Haverly Systems Europe
Take advantage of newer GRTMPS features, and prepare your model for G6. We will review some older GRTMPS features that we are encouraging users to move away from. We will also discuss changes that will make updating to future GRTMPS versions easier.

Combining H/CAMS Tools - new
Malek Masri, Haverly Systems
H/CAMS includes several functionalities and tools developed through the last 20 years that can be used combined to achieve more for business daily tasks. This Break Out will demo through real examples updating and estimating crude and product assays using Ranking option, Flash assay, Product assay and ICDM functionalities combined. A second part will cover fine tuning crude towers simulations using Yield Blend and Set Specs option.

AutoSmoothing in iCDM - new
Dr. John Slaby, Haverly Systems
This breakout session will cover the AutoSmoothing functionality in iCDM and how it can be used to improve cut property predictions. How it is applied to yield, gravity, distillate and residue curves as well as the special cases of PNA, Cold Properties and Viscosity will be discussed. How the GC property curves are generated will also be presented.

What's New in GRTMPS  
Shari Whelan & Victor Haverly, Haverly Systems
Features of the GRTMPS 5.5 release will be presented. GRTMPS continues to improve in the area of adherent recursion and PSI modeling. In addition, this release includes enhancements to the PUP definition and Crude Select panels in the user interface, and improvements to PSI-2, H/CAMS Direct, Queue Manager, the contemporary HTML, and more.

Importing Assay Data into a GRTMPS Model - new
Nicola Elby, Haverly Systems Europe
Abstract to come.

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