The essential process engineering software, created by process engineers for process engineers
The PEL suite is a comprehensive package with software specifically for fluid flow, pressure relief, physical properties, datasheet management and hazard analysis.
Designed by engineers for engineers, the tools are intuitive and easy to use. They can be used to work out every day calculations, for troubleshooting issues such as bottlenecks, or when making plant modifications.
PEL is available through a number of licensing options. The structure is very flexible and can be tailored to suit your needs. We can provide any combination from single user standalone licences for one component, through to unlimited global licences for the complete suite.
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|PEL 23.1 Network EditionSummary: No summary availableSoftware - English - 2023-05-31 - 328 MB||ZIP|
|PEL 23.1 Standalone EditionSummary: No summary availableSoftware - English - 2023-05-31 - 282 MB||ZIP|
|PEL Safety HRA 1.4Summary: No summary availableSoftware - English - 2023-04-18 - 25 MB||ZIP|
|PEL Network Installation Procedure Summary: No summary availableInstruction - English - 2023-06-01 - 254 KB|
|PEL Standalone Installation ProcedureSummary: No summary availableInstruction - English - 2023-06-01 - 203 KB|
PEL PhysPack - for physical properties of mixtures
PEL PhysPack is an easy-to-use database of physical properties, combined with a powerful calculation engine. You can quickly obtain a diverse range of information both numerically and graphically, for either single phase or multiphase equilibrium and across a wide range of temperatures and pressures.
PEL PhysPack calculates and analyses the physical properties of mixtures, pure components and aqueous solutions.
Choose from over 1,500 components and instantly view its constant properties, together with the liquid, vapour, and solid properties over a range of temperatures and pressures.
PEL CAPRE adds the reassurance of validated calculation methods to the functionality and flexibility of a spreadsheet.
Calculations are an essential part of a process engineer’s job. Undetected errors in calculations can result in poor design. Errors picked up late in design result in delays or costly modifications if equipment is installed. Spreadsheets are straight forward to use but this simplicity is also a weakness as they are hard to check and it is easy to make mistakes. Once created, spreadsheets are hard to maintain and tend to evolve over time as engineers modify them. Once this happens the validity of the original calculation is compromised. PEL CAPRE provides fully documented and validated pro formas and functions with extensive unit conversion capability.
PEL ADRIAN calculates flows and pressures for high velocity, compressible gases in a network and is relevant for the modelling of relief streams
PEL ADRIAN calculates single phase high velocity gas or vapour flowrates and pressure drops in piping systems. These may consist of a single pipe or a network. When supplied with the pressure at the inlets and outlet, PEL ADRIAN calculates the flows and internal pressures throughout the network. Alternatively, given the input flows and the exit pressure, it will calculate the flows and pressures at all other points.
PEL PIPER calculates the pressure, flowrate and phase of a liquid, two phase mixture, or gas along an unbranched closed conduit system using rigorous physical properties.
PEL PIPER calculates two phase flowrates and pressure drop through a pipe as well as handling single phase liquid and gas flows.
It is based on the assumption of homogeneous equilibrium flow and determines the equilibrium phase split at multiple points along the pipe to produce accurate results.
When supplied with the pressure at the inlets, PEL PIPER calculates the flow, internal pressure, temperature and vapour fraction along the pipe.
Alternatively, given the flow and the inlet pressure, it will calculate the internal pressure, temperature and vapour fraction along the pipe.
PEL Flonet brings speed and reliability to the process of modelling liquid and low velocity gas distribution networks.
PEL Flonet calculates single phase liquid or vapour flow rates and pressure drops in piping systems. These may consist of piping loops or be ‘tree-like’ in form. Pumps and non-return valves can be included in the system. When supplied with the pressure at the inlets, PEL Flonet calculates the flows and internal pressures throughout the network. Alternatively, given the flows and one pressure, it will calculate the pressures at all other points.
PEL ProvueDB is a simple but powerful document management system with process datasheets at its heart. Installed locally or accessed on the web, your data is available when you want it wherever you are.
The proper management of process engineering data is vital. QA processes for checking and approving ensure that datasheets, calculations, reports, sketches, and other design documents are correct. Revision control for modifications and updates ensure that the most up-to-date versions are used. Information on a datasheet must be linked to the calculations and data it is based upon.
PEL PEW saves design time and costs by bringing together a collection of important and frequently used chemical engineering calculations. There are calculations for fluid flow, heat transfer, mixing, and vessel calibration.
All the calculations have been verified and documented with extensive online help. The interface is presented in a standardised, easy-to-use format and the results can be displayed in tables and graphs.
PEL Logidraw is an application for drawing fault and event trees.
Fault tree analysis involves drawing a logic diagram to show the logical links between certain failure (basic) events, such as operator error or component failure, and an undesired outcome (top) event, such as an explosion at an oil storage depot.
The diagram can then be used in two ways:
Qualitatively - to show the combinations of basic events sufficient to cause the occurrence of the top event
Quantitatively - to estimate the probability or frequency of an event
PEL Logidraw helps you create fault tree diagrams by adding each of the basic failure events as a series of inputs and then linking them using AND and OR logic gates. Each input can be quantified typically as a probability or a frequency, with the output of the final gate providing a frequency for the final (undesired) outcome.
PEL Human Reliability Analysis (HRA)
PEL-HRA uses recognised qualitative methodologies to help improve the understanding of tasks and sources of human error.
By following a series of defined steps aligned with the HSE ‘human factors roadmap’, the PEL-HRA software provides a structured and documented approach for the assessment and management of Safety Critical Tasks (SCTs).
Hierarchical Task Analysis (HTA) and Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Tools
Human failures are responsible for up to 80% of accidents, and feature in almost all major incidents. It is therefore important that companies do as much as they can to consider ‘human factors’, in order to prevent major accidents occurring.
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