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BLOG POST / Metals & Mining / March 22, 2022
Optimizing Performance of Li-Ion Batteries (LIB) Through Predicting Its Electrolyte Properties Using OLI Software Platform
Importance of lithium-ion batteries in the development of sustainable energy technology Lithium has become a strategic mineral that has significant…
BLOG POST / Chemicals / November 18, 2021
Improve asset reliability in industrial applications with accurate corrosion predictions in sulfuric acid mixtures with the OLI software
Sulfuric acid is an important chemical with applications across different industries including crude oil refining, agricultural and pharmaceutical chemical production,…
BLOG POST / Power Generation / October 28, 2021
Predicting the environmental sustainability of nuclear waste repositories in Sweden
Sweden's three nuclear plants cover around 40 % of the country's electricity needs. The spent fuel is stored temporarily at the CLAB facility, but a deep repository has to be built for permanent disposal.
BLOG POST / Chemicals / September 13, 2021
Increase sustainability by eliminating silica from produced water in heavy oil production using the OLI simulation software
Increase Sustainability and Asset Performance by Eliminating Silica from Produced Water in Heavy Oil Production Background: importance of oil sands…
BLOG POST / Chemicals / August 3, 2021
Enhance air quality and achieve regulatory compliance by optimizing ammonia-based flue-gas desulfurization processes with the OLI Platform
Sulfur dioxide (SO₂) is produced by the combustion of fossil fuels and appears in many industrial processes such as gasoline refining as well as cement, paper, glass, steel, iron and copper production. SO₂ emissions are a primary contributor to acid rain and have been regulated by every industrialized nation in the world.
BLOG POST / Chemicals / July 2, 2021
Enhancing air quality and improving regulatory compliance by eliminating toxic mercaptans in crude processing with the OLI Platform
The specifications for transportation fuels, specifically gasoline and diesel, are changing significantly on worldwide basis in the past decade. In the US, effective January 1, 2017, the Tier 3 light-duty vehicle emission rule requires a reduction in sulfur content in gasoline, from the past 30 ppm average to 10 ppm average .