Pall, a global leader in filtration and purification system technologies, provided a filtration station for the Yeosu oil plant in South Korea. The
filter system processes sluggish oil to remove solid particles and water before sending the oil for further processing. The filtered water is then
recycled. The scope of this USD 5. 5 million project extended from basic and detailed engineering to completion of the layout within one year.
Pall saved time by using deliverables and built-in libraries from AutoPLANT modules. During design reviews, the 3D model generated from
AutoPLANT enabled the customer, South Korean energy company GS Caltex, to see the details and suggest modifications. These more
efficient processes cut the design time by 50 percent and enabled the team to deliver error-free reports, when compared to previous projects.
Pall | Yeosu, South Korea
VGO FCC MCB Filtration System (Slurry Oil Backwash Filter System)
Queensland University of Technology and GHD | Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
FEED Solution for the Sugar Industry
Innovation in Process Manufacturing
Sugar Research Limited (now Sugar Research Australia) invested in an AUD 250,000 front-end engineering design (FEED) project for a
greenfield sugar production plant in Asia designed to process 925 tons per hour (tph) of sugarcane and produce up to 40 tph of refined sugar.
The entire project was completed within six weeks and within budget. Using Bentley AXSYS.Process reduced the schedule by 54 percent.
GHD, a global professional services company, and Queensland University of Technology (QUT), an internationally recognized research
institution, leveraged the combination of GHD’s experience in FEED solutions and Bentley products, and QUT’s sugar processing design
expertise within the Centre for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities. The team reconfigured Bentley AXSYS.Process to support sugar
industry requirements and integrate an interface that allowed data to be imported from the industry-standard software, SUGARS.