Aurel Systems Inc. will share many different applications of using a CAD-powered software simulator which include:
- Heat and mass balancing;
- Processing digital twins tracking; and
- Operator training simulations.
This is a great session for:
- Process engineers considering process improvements, design, or de-bottlenecking.
- Project engineers contemplating the effect of new capital expenditures or an existing process.
- Energy engineers seeking new methods for energy savings and GHG reductions.
- Control engineers looking for advanced methods of process optimization.
- Anyone who is interested in simulation.
Larry Wasik, P.Eng.
For close to 50 years, Larry has worked as an employee, and consulting engineer in the pulp and paper, food processing, mineral processing, wastewater treatment, bio energy, and energy distribution industries. He has trained and assisted many operating and consulting companies to use process simulation. Along with his career providing process simulation services, in 1973 he started his own company, Aurel Systems Inc. where he developed his first dynamic process simulator and pioneered the use of steady-state and dynamic simulation in the pulp and paper industry. During his time at Aurel Systems Inc., Larry developed the original CADSIM graphical interface program and led the development of the CADSIM® Plus dynamic process simulator.
Renaud Daenzer, PhD
In 2017, Renaud completed his PhD on gold leaching and recovery using calcium thiosulfate (an alternative to cyanidation) and joined the Hydrometallurgy Group at UBC. During this time, Renaud studied precious metal recovery using reagents. He became a senior research engineer, where he was responsible for the development, execution, and project development of the treatment of mine impacted water. In 2019, Renaud joined Aurel Systems Inc. as a Manager, Mineral Processing to facilitate and support the use of CADSIM® Plus in the mining industry.