In December 2010, EXITECH received a contract from a Southeastern utility for the training and support of utility personnel in using the second-generation Orchid simulation tools and utilities. Please contact Rob Johnson regarding both on-site and remote support for your power plant simulator.
In January 2011, EXITECH received a contract from a Midwestern utility to model the dynamics of a large diesel generator and its Modbus-based microprocessor control circuitry and software emulation. Please contact Rob Johnson regarding both on-site and remote support for your power plant simulator.
In January 2011, EXITECH completes the requirements for additional employees to receive Program Management certification, which will allow EXITECH to continue its leadership status as the primary supplier of simulation and training program support, expertise, advice, guidance, and direction in the United States. Please contact Evan Lloyd to provide excellence to your training and simulation facility or program.
In February 2011, EXITECH received a contract from a mid-Atlantic utility to provide support for the fluid dynamics, schematic control and electrical generation/distribution models to increase the real-time simulator fidelity. Please contact Rob Johnson regarding both on-site and remote support for your power plant simulator.
In February 2011, Exitech upgraded the capability for its Spitfire suite of training products by installing user-friendly training tools such as:
Spitfire uses panel graphics, unit dimensional graphics and process/schematic diagrams to present an interactive and graded environment for students training on complex or hazardous systems. Please contact Carl Runion regarding computer-based interactive training systems.
In March 2011, EXITECH completed its Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) update for the recirculation pump simulation of a Southeastern utility. The project used first-principles modeling and a collaborative environment to aid and augment the design of the VFD design and circuitry. The VFD is currently being used for operations training in normal and transient conditions. Please contact Gus Wanner regarding Variable Frequency Drive modeling support for your plant or industrial site needs.