Atmos team to present at the PSIG Conference
The Pipeline Simulation Interest Group (PSIG) was formed in 1969 and its purpose is to facilitate the interchange of information and to advance the state of the art in modelling, simulation, optimization, steady-state and transient flows, single and multiphase flows, and related subjects as applied to fluid pipeline systems. They hold an annual meeting that is attended by about 170 people who represent major gas companies, major oil companies, specialized consultants, and universities in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia.
Atmos will have three representatives attending and presenting:
Garry Hanmer (Senior Project Engineer) and Victor Mora (Senior Simulation Engineer) – Modelling of Rapid Transients in Natural Gas Pipelines
Jason Modisette (Chief Simulation Scientist) – A Slack Flow Model With Moving Regime Boundaries