Predict-Amine 4.0
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Predict®-Amine 4.0 software enables gas plants and refineries to predict and quantify corrosion in rich and lean amine systems and plan safe operating procedures. It helps planners and plant managers make appropriate financial and engineering decisions related to material performance and selection for corrosive amine applications.​

Predict-Amine 4.0 offers:

  • Prediction and assessment of corrosion in amine systems as a function of environmental components such as solvent type (MEA, DGA®, DEA and MDEA), H2S loading, CO2 loading and temperature 

  • Data for relevant materials ranging from carbon steel to Alloy 825

  • A multi-phase flow modeling module correlating key flow parameters and corrosion rates 

  • Ability to accurately model momentum transfer effects (flow regimes, void fractions, pressure drops and shear stresses) to support improved corrosion prediction 

  • Enhanced heat stable amine salt effect characterization

  • 3D piping model that shows predicted corrosion rates across complete piping systems

  • NEW! Lean Amine corrosion prediction module to evaluate corrosiveness in lean amine environments 

  • NEW! Availability of Real-Time (RT) version of Predict-Amine that may be easily linked to any process historian (such as Uniformance® PHD) and/or DCS to provide real-time corrosion data.

Predict-Amine 4.0 encapsulates inferences, experimental results, and research data from three phases of a Joint Industry Program (JIP) conducted by Honeywell and sponsored by leading refining and engineering companies across the globe. These multi-year research programs resulted in the development of quantitative engineering databases and a decision-support model to predict corrosion in amine systems. 

Honeywell also provides extensive online assistance to help users understand the significance of different corrosion evaluation parameters and their effects. In addition, consulting and development support is available for users to optimally utilize and/or customize the corrosion prediction software. 

With Predict-Amine 4.0, users can effectively: 

  • Characterize and predict corrosion and identify appropriate, corrosion-resistant material (when carbon steel may not be suitable)

  • Develop and implement Integrity Operating Windows (IOW)

  • Analyze complete pipeline systems with corrosion prediction and flow modeling for horizontal/vertical pipe sections 

  • Pinpoint parameters contributing to corrosion and develop effective mitigation strategies

  • Quantify, characterize and analyze amine systems and prevent unscheduled shutdowns.​

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Predict-Amine30-PINPredict®-Amine 3.0 is the only system of its kind, enabling Amine Unit operators in gas plants and refineries to predict/ quantify corrosion in rich amine systems and select optimum metallurgy for these corrosive applications. 149.75 KBProduct Information Note25 Feb 2016

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