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"Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future" - Niels Bohr, Nobel laureate in Physics Whether you like it or not, as a simulation engineer you are in the prediction game. Put simply, your job is to predict how an abstract design would perform in the real world, hopefully accounting for the most challenging operating conditions that it would likely experience during its working life. Compared with other professional forecasters such as economists, television meteorologists or political commentators, the audience for engineering predictions is more critical and less likely...
Simulation for Subsea Engineering and Flow Assurance
Subsea engineering raises many challenges, especially those issues relating to system integrity and flow assurance. The role of engineering simulation is becoming more important during both field development and operation. This has created increased requirements for detailed analysis, combining complex systems and physics such as multiphase flow, solids management and flow-induced motions. Ongoing development in software technology and reduced hardware costs means 3D simulation of a wide range of subsea and flow assurance applications is increasingly feasible and adding significant value...

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