Conversations with OLI Experts Webinars
on the Science of Electrolyte Chemistry
Welcome to OLI's new series, Conversations with OLI experts Webinar Series. These are complimentary 60-minute webinars with our technology experts on the science of electrolyte chemistry applications
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Rigorous and Accurate Electrolyte Simulation for Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment
November 30, 2021
This presentation provides a technical introduction to OLI Systems, Inc.’s electrolyte model and its application to mineral scaling in complex systems. Practical applications of the OLI software to simulate water and wastewater applications will be demonstrated and case studies for mineral scaling will be reviewed.
Extraction of Rare Earth Elements (REEs) from secondary sources using electrolyte simulation
September 23, 2021
The demand for rare earth elements (REEs), a group of 17 metals naturally found in the environment, including 15 lanthanides, scandium, and yttrium, has increased significantly due to their indispensable use in numerous advanced materials for electronics, energy, transportation, defense, and communications applications.
Thermodynamic Modeling Mineral Scaling in Oil and Gas environments up to Ultra High Pressures and Temperatures
August 24, 2021
Mineral scaling is a serious problem that has a high impact on operation costs in the oil and gas production industry. With the advance of new exploration and production technologies to higher pressures the problems become more challenging.
Technical architecture and capabilities of the new OLI Cloud Platform
July 13, 2021
Digital transformation is at an inflection point from a technological point of view. The advancement of cloud-based technology and the API economy democratizes the use of software without boundaries.
The new OLI Cloud Platform for industrial digital transformation
May 18, 2021
OLI Systems brings fifty years of electrolyte simulation to join clients in partnership towards their digital transformation goals. This discussion will center around the V11 capabilities which OLI has developed to be that strong partner – specifically the OLI Cloud APIs for automation of electrolyte calculations and OLI Cloud Apps to empower all types of users with electrolyte insights.
Electrolytes in practice: Thermodynamic modeling of aqueous systems
April 29, 2021
In this webinar, OLI’s CTO, Dr. Andre Anderko, will explain the importance of electrolyte modeling and how to handle speciation, wide temperature and pressure ranges, phase and chemical equilibria.
HF Alkylation in Refining: Thermodynamics and process simulation to mitigate corrosion
March 23, 2021
The HF alkylation process converts low molecular-weight alkenes and iso-paraffins into larger branched-chain paraffinic hydrocarbons with a high-octane number (MON and RON) and low RVP using HF as the catalyst. A common problem in this process is the corrosion caused by the absorbed water to the HF catalyst.
The Science of Adsorption and Ion Exchange Processes in Industrial Water Treatment
February 9, 2021
Adsorption reactions are ubiquitous to industrial processes including industrial water treatment, gas processing as well as mining and metals. They are an important part of water treatment processing for separation and purification applications.
Thermodynamic Foundations of Corrosion
November 24, 2020
To accurately predict and mitigate corrosion risk with simulation models, it is necessary to know the properties of corrosive environments, the metallurgical properties of the alloys that undergo corrosion, and the interactions between the metals and the environment, which are in turn is determined by the interfacial reactions and mass transfer effects.
Mitigating Corrosion with an Electrolyte Digital Twin
October 29, 2020
According to NACE, the worldwide corrosion authority, corrosion has caused the upstream offshore production and refining industries USD 65 billion/year in financial loss. They recommend that operators implement a corrosion management system, which can reduce the cost of corrosive damage by 15-35%. Incorporating a rigorous, asset-wide predictive digital twin is vital for achieving these reductions.
Electrolyte Chemistry Analysis Capabilities in Industrial Process Simulators
September 24, 2020
In this episode, OLI’s Vice President of Client Support and Application Engineering, Jim Berthold will discuss details of how the OLI electrolyte chemistry simulation technology is integrated with various industrial process simulators including Aspen Plus/HYSYS, Aveva PRO/II, gPROMS, Honeywell Uni-SIM, KBC Petro-SIM, SysCAD.
Modeling of Corrosion of Corrosion Resistant Alloys
August 13, 2020
OLI Systems has a proven reputation in the global Oil & Gas and Chemicals sectors for helping companies overcome the challenges of corrosion. With comprehensive water chemistry expertise, OLI Systems enables customers to simulate field conditions with extreme accuracy to identify and predict at-risk areas for corrosion and other issues.
Rare Earth Elements: Developing efficient extraction and purification processes
July 9, 2020
OLI is currently developing the predictive technology needed to design the extraction and purification processes for rare earth elements, yttrium and scandium (REY).
Lithium Mining: Maximizing yields and lowering costs with electrolyte simulations
June 4, 2020
Lithium demand is expected to increase several-fold in this decade, and effective sourcing of lithium from existing and new deposits is the challenge moving forward. The key sources of lithium include saline lakes (salars), lithium-bearing minerals, and to a lesser degree, lithium-bearing clays, recycled batteries, oilfield produced water, hydrothermal deposits, and seawater.
Mitigating Corrosion Risk in Pipelines and Ships during Carbon Transportation
May 7, 2020
Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) are extremely important to reduce CO2 emissions to limit the global temperature rise. During carbon transportation, process impurities like NO2, SO2, H2S, etc can form highly corrosive acids that can lead to catastrophic failure of carbon steel pipelines or tanks.