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April 2007 Issue No. 7
Sugars Letter

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Sugars(TM) is a process modeling and simulation computer program used by sugar companies and engineering firms around the world to improve beet and cane sugar factories and refineries. Sugars is fast and user-friendly to provide material, energy and color balances along with net process revenues. It has a full graphical interface using Microsoft(R) Visio to build, display and change models.

Training Sessions

Shown above (L-R) are Mr. Raul Daré and Mr. César Martins from Zillo Lorenzetti, Sao Paulo, Brazil and Mr. Matt Leigh (Sugars International) at a 3-day training session in Englewood, Colorado during December 2006 in Englewood, Colorado. Training covered model building, data display, error evaluation and the AMS feature for data import/export of Sugars data. Many different models were built and discussed along with different techniques for displaying results from the balance calculations.

Other training sessions were held in 2006 for American Crystal Sugar Company in Moorhead, Minnesota and the Western Sugar Cooperative in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.

AMS Posters & Paper
AMS poster

The Advanced Monitoring System (AMS) feature allows data exchange between management information systems and Sugars. This system makes it possible to have material, energy and color balances on demand. Changing conditions in the factory can be analyzed quickly to evaluate their impact on the performance of the factory and 'what if' alternatives can be viewed using the latest factory data. The AMS imports and exports data in the industry standard XML format. Click on the image of the poster on the left to download an Adobe pdf of the poster, or on the link below to download a pdf of a paper about the AMS.

Posters describing the AMS were presented at the S.I.T. Conference in La Baule, France, the S.P.R.I. Conference in Águas de São Pedro, S.P., Brazil and the ISSCT Engineering Workshop in Veracurz, Mexico. Also, a paper on the AMS was provided to delegates at the S.P.R.I. Conference in Brazil.

The AMS is a joint development between Industrieprojekt (IPRO) GmbH and Sugars International LLC.

New Users

Sugar companies, engineering firms and equipment suppliers in 34 countries have purchased a license to use Sugars. Since the last Sugars Letter in 2006, companies in Australia, India, Thailand, United Kingdom and the United States have joined the growing list of Sugars users.

Excel and Sugars

Data from Sugars can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet that is either embedded into the model diagram or external to the diagram. This feature gives users the ability to make their own reports or summary calculations in Excel. Details are given in the link below.

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