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polaris44
06-13-2008, 12:44 PM
There is a ***** for PRO/II v8.1. It is located here:

(you need to register first to see the download link. it is in chinese language. use tranlate.google.com to view in english)

However, I could not completely download the files. Could someone upload these files to another download server e.g. mihd.

thaihy
06-13-2008, 02:44 PM
CAN YOU INVITE ME TO REGISTRY

REGI_MAX
06-15-2008, 01:02 AM
I saw on rapidshare the full version, 6 parts...

If U still need them pls. ask:o

Regards, Regi

alexey-ka
06-15-2008, 08:57 PM
************************************************** ********
**** PRO/II v8.1.3 (***** to v8.1) *****
**** SIMSCI-ESSCOR Date: March 2008 *****
************************************************** ********

The following README file contains installation instructions and a
list of changes (problems fixed or features added) that will be
implemented on PRO/II version 8.1 once this ***** is applied. This
***** can be installed over v8.1, 8.1.1, 8.1.2. PRO/II *****es are
complete updates and there is no need to install earlier *****es.


********************************
* How to install this ***** *
********************************

To install Proii81*****3.zip:

1. Make sure you are not running PRO/II v8.1. This may be verified
through Task Manager in Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and XP.

2. To receive this Service Pack, copy and unzip the PROII81*****3.zip
file on your system.

3. When prompted, enter the path to the directory where you want the
files to be unpacked (for example, C:\TEMP\PROII81).
Important: when you unzip the files, make sure to select the
"use folder names" option (or equivalent) so that the required
subdirectory structure is created at the location where the
file is unzipped.

4. After the file has been unzipped, go to the directory where
the files were extracted (for example, C:\TEMP\PROII81)
then go into the subdirectory "P2813".
Double click on setup.exe to begin installing the PRO/II *****.
This setup will install the PRO/II *****, updated Reports, S4M Portal,
TDM and Hysys(R) to PRO/II translator.

5. Select the "Next" Button on the Welcome Screen and then verify the
Path where the files are to be copied.

6. Select the "Finish" button. The ***** will be copied onto your
hard drive and will automatically begin installing.

7. When the installation of the PRO/II ***** has been completed, the
following files will be updated on your system:

\Proii81\Bin\BATCHFRAC.dll
\Proii81\Bin\BvleGUI.exe
\Proii81\Bin\CapeOpenExec.dll
\Proii81\Bin\CapeThermo.dll
\Proii81\Bin\ExcelUop.dll
\Proii81\Bin\LMAccess.dll
\Proii81\Bin\MFLib.dll
\Proii81\Bin\MTCOMaterial.dll
\Proii81\BinMTCppGUI.dll
\Proii81\Bin\MTLib.dll
\Proii81\Bin\MTPointerLink.dll
\Proii81\Bin\MTWrapper.dll
\Proii81\Bin\P2Adapter.dll
\Proii81\Bin\P2Adapter.exe
\Proii81\Bin\P2Interface.dll
\Proii81\Bin\p2oledbs.exe
\Proii81\Bin\P2UIDbs.dll
\Proii81\Bin\PESCalcMain.dll
\Proii81\Bin\PESCommon***ported.dll
\Proii81\Bin\PESGuiMain.dll
\Proii81\Bin\PRU.exe
\Proii81\Bin\PV2.dll
\Proii81\Bin\RGLib.dll
\Proii81\Bin\ssidxi.dll
\Proii81\Bin\SSIODBC.dll
\Proii81\Bin\SSIPI.dll
\Proii81\Bin\toolkit2.dll
\Proii81\Bin\USERLB6.dll

\Proii81\Resource\assay.bin
\Proii81\Resource\cmpprop.bin
\Proii81\Resource\column.bin
\Proii81\Resource\defaults.bin
\Proii81\Resource\flash.bin
\Proii81\Resource\proiig.bin
\Proii81\Resource\rxndata.bin
\Proii81\Resource\Simsci.bin
\Proii81\Resource\thermo.bin

\Proii81\System\filcvt.dlt
\Proii81\System\p2.kgs
\Proii81\System\p2.kvf
\Proii81\System\p2.xsf
\Proii81\System\p2.xvf
\Proii81\System\p2prop.ini
\Proii81\System\PROII.err
\Proii81\System\PROII.sp1
\Proii81\System\PROII.sx1
\Proii81\System\PROII.sx2
\Proii81\System\schema.sdf
\Proii81\System\SSIRPT.xla
\Proii81\System\SSIRPT.XLS

\Proii81\System\UnitXML\Optimizer.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\Common.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\CSTR.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\Stream.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\PhaseEnvel.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\Plug.xml
\Proii81\System\UnitXML\Stream.xml


\Proii81\SIM4MEPortal10\*.* /s (Some Excel Report files
have been updated)

\Proii81\Translator\*.* /s (Some Hysys(R) to PRO/II
translator files have been
updated)

\TDM\CFG\Data\Edlib_PROII_8.1.lb1
\TDM\CFG\Data\Edlib_PROII_8.1.lb2

\TDM\Plot\Plot.exe

\TDM\TDM30\*.* /s (Some TDM Report files
have been updated)


************************************************** **
* New in PRO/II v8.1.3 *
************************************************** **

Library and Databank Handling During File convertion and Import

Starting with PRO/II v8.0, PRO/II pointed to pure component and interaction
databanks located in library files registered by TDM in the Windows registry.
In some file conversion and file import cases there could be an ambiguity in
which databanks should be used. This may result in a file that points to the
wrong databank, or simply doesn't produce a usable file for v8.1.x. This
***** strengthens the logic and gives the user more opportunity to make the
correct unambiguous databank selection.

On import, if a databank is not found among the registered list, PRO/II will
now issue the appropriate error message as before, and the import continues
to open. Previously all record of the unregistered name disappears from the
resulting .prz file. Now the file name appears on the Databank Hierarchy list
with an indication that the library is unregistered. If nothing else is wrong
with the file, the resulting PFD will open and display a red component data
button to indicate the missing data, giving the user an opportunity to correct
the problem by registering the file via TDM.

Similarly, if a .prz file is opened and no registered library matches the
library found in that file, the file still opens and the component data button
will display red.


************************************************** **
* New in PRO/II v8.1.2 *
************************************************** **

Heavy Oil Characterization

There is a new petroleum characterization procedure "Heavy Oil" available for
criticals properties, ideal-gas enthalpy and molecular weight. This method is
an extension of the of the current SimSci (Twu) method. The original Twu cor-
relation is applicable up to a Normal Boiling Point (NBP) of 1000 K (1340 єF).
The Heavy Oil option is intended for the extrapolation of critical properties
and molecular weight to NBP's well beyond 1000 K.

The keyword implementation of this method is given on the ASSAY statement.

ASSAY ..., CHARACTERIZE= SIMSCI or CAVETT or CAV80 or LK or EXTAPI or HEAVYOIL, &
MOLW= SIMSCI or API64 or API87 or LK or EXTAPI or HEAVYOIL, ...

The HEAVYOIL keyword selects the new feature. The default remains SIMSCI.

To select this via the GUI, access is provided on by pressing the assay button
on the toolbar, then navigate to Assay Cutpoints ==> Characterization Options ==>
Criticals, Ideal-gas Enthalpy and Molecular Weight drop-down lists.

In addition to the new Heavy Oil method, some additional access to charac-
terization methods previously available only through keywords was added
to the GUI. They are:

Characterization - Cavett 1980 and Extended API 1980
Molecular weight - Cavett 1980 and Lee Kessler

References:

The method is described in a paper presented by Cal Spencer at the AIChE Spring
Meeting in New Orleans in 2005.


New Kinematic Viscosity Methods

There are three new methods for calcuating kinematic viscosity. They are the
Maxwell method, the Refutas method and the Chevron Bending Function Two. The
Maxwell and Chevron are volumetric blending methods. The Refutas is a weight
blending method. These methods are in addition to the SimSci, Index, User-
formula and User-index methods available in prior versions of PRO/II.

The keyword implementation is given on the METHOD statement. SIMSCI is the
default.

METHOD .., KVIS=SIMSCI or REFUTAS or CHEVRON or MAXWELL
or INDEX or USFO or USIN, ...

GUI access is given via the Thermodyanmic Data DEW ==> Modify ==> Refinery
Inspection Properties. Select the Kinematic Viscosity Property. The seven
methods are selected from the Method drop-down list box.

Reference: Guide to Petroleum Product Blending by HIPE Consultants, Inc., 1989.


Limited Office 2007 Support for the PRO/II Portal

Prior to v8.1.2 the PRO/II Portal would not work with Excel 2007. You can now
use Excel 2007 in compatibility mode. The following is a more detailed list
of limitations. These will be addressed in v8.2.

1. Compatibility Mode

A new portal file gets created only in .xls format (Excel 97- 2003 Workbook:
Compatibility Mode). While using a portal file in .xls format, there is con-
straint of having data within 65536th row and 256th (IV) column only.

2: Opening 2007 Excel Portal File

When the user saves the portal file with .xls format (using Save-As option)
to any other 2007 format like .xlsx, .xlsm etc., the new formatted file can
be connected to the simulation only by Doubleclick. The same file cannot be
connected to the simulation through PRO/II GUI or through standalone mode.

3: Re-using 2007 Excel Portal File

If the user wants to re-use the same 2007 portal file (.xlsx, .xlsm) through
PRO/II GUI or standalone mode as well, then it needs to be saved back in .xls
format. (EXCEL 97-2003 Workbook: Compatibility Mode). But if the original
2007 Portal file has has data on and beyond 65536th row and/or 256th column,
an "Office document customization is not available" error pops up.

4: Clicking on cancel in Compatibility Checker dialog pops up exception

Launch PORTAL in standalone mode, create a new file, connect to ay prz, and
drag drop any writeable variables change the value and click on run button.
Close the PORTAL file Compatibility checker dialog pops up click on continue
button. The file gets saved in compatibility mode. Double click the created
portal file. The compatibility checker dialog pops up. Click on Cancel
button. Exception pops up. To avoid this, when Compatibility checker
dialog pops up always select "continue" button.

5: In office 2007 Excel Portal file, selecting complete excel sheet (Ctrl+A)
throws an exception

If the user drag-drops any parameter with UOM on 2007 Excel Portal file and
then selects the whole worksheet by clicking Ctrl+A, an exception error message
pops up.

6: Regional and language settings:

It is recommended to have regional options setting to be "English (USA)". This
option is available at Start 'Control Panel'Regional and Language Settings
Regional Options tab. If any language other than English (USA) is selected,
then after drag-drop of a vector onto the portal spreadsheet, an error message
pops up.

7: Windows XP Operating System other than English

If the operating system is Windows XP in any language other than English, then
user is required to delete this registry key in order to view the flow sheet
explorer/action pane.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\InternetExpl orer\
ActiveXCompatibility\{5f61f809-422a-4152-91f5-9ec1b935efd7}


************************************************** **
* New in PRO/II v8.1.1 *
************************************************** **

Chemdist Convergence Alternatives

There are two new choices for composition iteration variables. By default
Chemdist will continue to use the Log of the composition. The user can now
select a Linear iteration variable, or select an Adaptive method which changes
the iteration variable of trace components as required.

The keyword implementation of these methods is given on the PARAMETER statement.
LOG is the default.

PARAMETER CHEMDIST,...,CVARIABLE=LOG or LINEAR or ADAPTIVE

To make an alternative selection via the GUI, access is provided on the
Column DEW ==> Convergence Data ==> Composition Variable Option. This drop
down has three options: Log, Linear and Adaptive.

The default choice is Log.When Log is chosen, Chemdist solves the distillation
problem using ln(mole fraction) as the composition iteration variable. This
allows the vapor liquid equilibrium equation (VLE) to be written in the ln form

ln(y) = ln(K) + ln(x)

For most non-ideal thermodynamic methods, ln(K) is more linear than K. Writing
the VLE equation in this log form linearizes the equation and helps many chem-
icals problems to converge robustly. However, writing this form gives a high
weighting to trace components. For certain problems with many trace components
(i.e. composition below 1e-16) it was found that the Jacobian matrix became
almost singular leading to poor convergence characteristics.

When Linear is selected, Chemdist will solve on x rather than ln(x). The VLE
is written in the familiar linear form

y = Kx

This reduces the impact of the trace components in the overall MESH (Mass,
Energy, Summation, enthalpy) equation set.

For the Adaptive solution option, at the start of each column solution all com-
ponents on all trays are set to Log. As the solution proceeds, Chemdist will
switch each component iteration variable on each tray to Linear whenever it
determines that that component is a trace component. Once a component on a
given tray is determined to be a trace component it will not be switched back
again to Log.

Adaptive is recommended if Chemdist fails to solve or is solving more slowly
than expected, and trace components are present. Should that also fail,
Linear can be tried. If the column comes to a converged solution the results
will be the same within the domain created by the specified tolerances regard-
less of iteration variable chosen.

The Linear and Adaptive choices are valid with Chemdist simulations that have
VLE. Chemdist columns with reactions (including those with reaction procedures)
are handled. Chemdist with VLLE, liquid-liquid extractors (LLEX) and electro-
lytic distillation columns (ELDSIT) do not support Linear or Adaptive compo-
sition iteration variables.

************************************************** **
* Windows Server 2003 Operating System Note *
************************************************** **

PRO/II fails to launch with the defualt DEP setting on Windows Server 2003.
To correct this problem, right-click on My Computer ==> Advanced Tab ==>
Performance Settings ==> Data Execution Prevention Tab.By default, the
bottom radio button "Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those
I select". To enable PRO/II to run, select the top button "Turn on DEP for
essential Windows programs and services only. A reboot will be required before
this setting takes effect.


************************************************** **
* Defects corrected in PRO/II v8.1.3 (***** 3) *
************************************************** **

Number Feature Description

LFPE#24330 AutoGUI Using the AutoGUI and upplying a simple .ini,
and .xml file, it's impossible to re-enter
Supplemental data.

LFPE#24263 Component If the user has not supplied properties for a
component, then changing NBP or Grav of a com-
ponent should cause the criticals to change. If
you change the NBP of a component, Tc changes,
but Pc, Vc, Zc and acentric factor do not.

LFPE#24242 Reactor Heat of reaction may be wrong when heats of
formation for non-library components are given
on a weight basis.

LFPE#24149 TDM Parameter values that are not supplied by the
Integration user in TDM are written to the databank as "Missing"
(i.e., -1.5e35). For example, when 3-parameter NRTL
parameters are supplied, the remaining 5 parameters
are set to missing rather than 0.0. This may result
in large errors or errors that are not perceptable.
NRTL and UNIQUAC are known to be affected. SRK is
known not to be affected.

HIPE#16833 TDM Rather than erroring it out, the PRO/II GUI should
Integration be in an "unsatisfied state" when an file contains
user defined databank which is not registered through
TDM. This will allow the user to correct the problem
through TDM launced via PRO/II.


HIPE#17483 Thermo Pro/II is picking up the wrong coefficients from
the user-supplied LBWRS Pure databanks.

LFPE#24222 Thermo The TBC EOS does not accept the user supplied
library in the databank search order.

HIPE#17631 Thermo Get the following erroneous error message when
TBC parameters are accessed from a registered user
library:

*** error *** For databank(s) specification
"test2:regress", "test2:pro-wat", "test2:eta-wat"
either library is not registered or the databank
could not be found in the library. Please open the
thermodynamic data manager to view the available
libraries/databanks and make any necessary changes.




************************************************** **
* Defects corrected in PRO/II v8.1.2 (***** 2) *
************************************************** **

Number Feature Description

HIPE#17537 Assay Files with user supplied refinery inspection
properties for assay-generated components fails
with message about duplicate property values for
component 0. This feature worked in v7.0 and earlier.

LFPE#22606 Calculator kcal/kg-C is not recognized as a Cp unit even though
it is given as the default option for Metric.

LFPE#23737 Calculator Calculator with bad syntax in Procedure section
allows OK to PFD. On reopen the entire Procedure
section is gone and Procedure sections in other
Calculators are bad as well (even if they don't
have syntax errors). If the syntax is fixed
all is well and this corruption doesn't occur.

LFPE#24088 Cape Open In one case, PRO/II failed to make the call to the
Cape Open client to expose the stream port.

HIPE#14390 Column In one case, Chemdist column fails to invoke VLLE
check. Final solution appears to be done with VLE
thermo even though a bp flash of the stage 1 liquid
shows two liquid phases.

HIPE#17230 Column In some IO columns the enthalpy balance is not met,
apparantly in violation of the enthalpy tolerance.
However, the solution history printout shows the
enthalpy balance to have been met.

HIPE#17244 Column The PRU (re-initialization utility) fails on a file
where the column has its profile estimates initialized
from solution.

HIPE#17342 Column In some EIO columns the enthalpy balance is not met,
apparantly in violation of the enthalpy tolerance.
However, the solution history shows that the enthalpy
tolerance is met.

HIPE#17542 Column After file import, entering the duty on a column
reboiler does not persist after OKing to PFD and
returning to the data entry window. Columns laid
down new work OK.

HIPE#17622 Column Starting with v8.1.1, after importaing some assay
files using API 1994 interconversion method, changing
the method to API 1987 and then running causes the
column to freeze during solution. Export/Import
clears.

LFPE#23324 Column A standalone IO column with a thermosiphon reboiler
solves the first time you run, solves again, then
fails the third time you run.

LFPE#23741 Column IO column with non-MW solids feed may not mass
balance on solids.

LFPE#23743 Column Non-MW solids are not supported by the SURE column.
However, there is no test for Non-MW solids in the
feed so the column solves to a solution and simply
discards the solids.

HIPE#17259 Component The basis change to UOM basis from mole to mass does
not persist in the Temperature dependent component
properties window.

HIPE#16779 ExcelUaUOP The Excel Unit Op loses solids flow going in and
solids flow going out from the Excel unit operation.

HIPE#17629 File The .slb file does not get created when we laydown a
flowsheet from scratch. This prevents the translator
from converting files to other SimSci products like
Dynsim.

LFCR#3240 Flash Following a Reset unit operation, in one case, the
phase designation of the flash product stream is
incorrect.

LFCR#3290 Flash A DP-P flash with 96% H2 failed to converge to the
right answer. The result was 9 C when it should have
been 18 C.

HIPE#17541 HXRig In some cases the HXRIG using the Chen model doesn't
converge when it should. The same file using HEX5
works OK.

LFPE#24013 Output Report The phone and fax numbers for the Japanese technical
support office are incorrect in the banner page when
a keyword file is run through Run/Batch or the
command line.

LFPE#23690 PFD After file run/export/import, there is residual PFD
color from the previous run which is no longer valid
after the import.

LFPE#23967 Pipe In one case, the Calc Max Line velocity of a Pipe
unit operation is incorrect due to a bad units of
measure conversion.

LFPE#23427 Reaction Data You cannot supply an exponent to a solid component
for a reaction equilibrium expression.

LFCR#3328 Reactor Adding PFR via GUI results in a variable out-of-
range error and subsequent abort in procedure
section. Export, import and the file works OK.

LFCR#3192 Recycle At ultra high purity, direct substitution is used
instead of Broyden/Wegstein for recycle convergence,
even when specified otherwise.

LFPE#23232 Spec Vary You cannot spec or use for case study entropy through
the GUI.

Define The units of measure are not accepted.

LFPE#24092 Spec Vary The calculator values obtained from a Depressuring
Define Valve Constant is displayed incorrectly in View
Results and in the standard output report. It values
are correct in the Stream Property Table. The
problem is due to a bad units of measure conversion.

HIPE#17428 Spreadsheet If Tools/Spreadsheet is run from two separate
Tools simulations using the same working directory, you
get an error message from the second instance that
it can't open Excel. Note, the fix implemented for
this defect will fix the case that two instances
of the SAME version of PRO/II. However, for the case
of DIFFERENT versions of PRO/II this error message
will still occur.

HIPE#17568 Spreadsheet The liquid mole fraction report in Tools/Spreadsheet
Tools streams report contains the fraction HC rather than
the fraction HC+water.

LFPE#24049 Stream In some cases, using Tools/Spreadsheet may cause an
Property extra PRO/II license seat to be consumed.
Table

LFPE#24089 Stream Stream Property Table gives incorrect values for
Property Total Liquid Component Fraction & Percent. This
Table worked in v8.1.0, but is bad in v8.1.1.

LFPE#23835 Tags The ODBC interface supplied with PRO/II is
incompatible with Datacon and vice-versa. Needs
to be versioned os that the application points
to the right ODBC interface.

LFPE#23532 Thermo The SimSci supplied NRTL(VLE) parameters for
dimethylamine-methanol are wrong.

LFPE#24102 Tool Tip The tooltips display when you move the cursor over a
stream may display the wrong units of measure after
a View Results and Run operation. This has been
demonstrated when the UOMs selected are metric, but
the tooltips displays English.



************************************************** **
* Defects corrected in PRO/II v8.1.1 (***** 1) *
************************************************** **

Number Feature Description

HIPE#17355 ACE In one case, a poorly specified ACE unit
properly fails on run, only to "solve" to a bad
solution when run a second time from the GUI. The
calculated pressure drop from the first run replaces
the user specified pressure drop, which is incorrect.

LFCR#3149 Amsim PRO/II blocks a simulation containing missing CO2
and\or H2S in the feed from running in AMSIM. However,
the AMSIM standalone program will run and converge
with the same file.

HIPE#17452 Assay On importing a file with no API interconversion method
selected, selection of API87 during the import
dialogue is sometimes not being honored. API 94
may be selected instead.

LFPE#23560 Batch Opening an older version .prz file into v8.1
Distillation may result in the following warning message that
UN-BATCHRRAC mapping not available. This is a spurious
message and is unrelated to whether there are any
BATCHFRAC units in the flowsheet.

HIPE#17185 Cape Open With multiple thermo sets, it's possible that Cape
Open HTRI might use property values different from
the one assigned to the CO unit in PRO/II.

LFPE#23782 Cape Open Cape Open units will accept the components from PRO/II
in the correct order, but the CAS numbers might be in
incorrect order.

HIPE#17425 Case Study In one case, the parameter in the Case Study
Parameters and Results DEW is lost after viewing
the Case Study Tables. The parameter shows up as
missing and red in the link text.

LFPE#23684 Component The SimSci databank is missing ideal enthalpy and
saturated liquid enthalpy data for disilane.

LFPE#23706 Component The boiling point for iron (Fe) is incorrect.

LFPE#23316 Component The file converter to v8.0 does not preserve
information on user supplied databanks. The result is,
component and thermo data is sought in Simsci/Process
databanks and not in the user/Simsci/Process order
which is wrong, no warning, .

HIPE#8013 Column Sure column with freewater arrives at a solution but
the equilibrium conditions for tray 2 does not match
standalone flash.

HIPE#8195 Column Sure column with freewater and an attached condenser.
The hx does not result in the same temperatures as
tray 2 and tray 1. Probably due to incorrect thermo
state in column. Eliminate water in the feed and the
attached hx is OK.

HIPE#11856 Column In one example, the Sure Column liquid side draw is
not at bubble point when flashed in a downstream
flash drum unit op.

HIPE#16582 Column Some files with electrolyte thermo methods do not
convert from a previous version to v8.1 PRO/II.

CR#3037 Column A converged reactive distillation column will no
longer solve when the pressure is changed very
slightly and the rerun.

LFCR#3158 Column V/L plots generated to the Output\Generate Plot\Vapor
and Liquid Compositions menu item are incorrect when
solids are present.

LFCR#3159 Column The column loading report for enthalpies and densities
may be incorrect when solids are present.

LFPE#23595 Column In one case, using Column Estimates from Solution
removed the input pressure profile.

LFCR#3139 Component Changing the basis (from Mole to Mass) for Solid Heat
Capacity in the "Component Properties - Correlation
Section" DEW does not persist. When you return the
DEW it's back to Mole basis.

HIPE#17297 Component When the heat of formation is given for a solid phase
component, it is exported into a keyword file with the
heat of formation designated for the vapor phase. For
a solid-only component, this is trapped when imported
as an input error.

LFPE#23351 Cross Checks After changing the order of stream specifications in a
splitter, a controller that varies what used to be the
last spec is flagged as bad when it shouldn't be.

HIPE#17078 Data In the Data Review Window, displaying Cp in
Review Window kcal/kg-C works OK. However, if you then change the
global energy units to foot-pounds, and then redisplay
the Data Review Window, the numeric value changes but
the UOM display still shows kcal/kg-C.

HIPE#17411 Excel For an Excel Unit Op with a pure component product
Unit Op stream, PRO/II does not do a T=P flash of the product
when H is not given. Instead, it does a P-H flash with
junk values for H.

LFPE#23603 ExcelUaUOP Solid components are lost when put through an Excel
Unit Op.

LFPE#23428 ExcelUaUOP The Excel Unit Op full path/file name for the .xls file
can't be more than 64 characters for export/import
round-trip.

LFPE#23672 Flash Using Flory-Huggins thermo, a flash with a zero-flow
component may give incorrect results.

LFPE#23504 Flash When exporting to a keyword file, the DEFINE of an
equilibrium stream rate for a dew or bubble point
stream is not written out right when another
DEFINE exists in the flash unit.

HIPE#17387 File An access violation exception arises when you open any
Converter an old (pre-8.1) .prz file from a non-SimSci folder in
PRO/II 8.1 when logged in with Power User rights.

CR#3111 HXRig A verticle HXRIG delta P is incorrect: The shell side
static head is not accounted for, but the tube side
seems about twice what it should be.

LFPE#23632 HXRig When a calculated pressure drop of a rigorous heat
exchanger is greater than 90% of the feed pressure
during an intermediate calculation, an error flag
is set and the heat exchanger is marked as Not Solved
even if an actual solution is reached.

HIPE#17427 HTRI/HTFS The HTRI property generator (via pdts addon) will not
work for HTRI 5.0 when GUI unsupported PRO/II features
exists in the .inp file. For example, if you have
streams feeding multiple units. Other HTRI interface
such as through the HXRIG unit or via Cape Open work
fine.

CR#3118 LNGHX Running a file with a standalone LNGHX unit generates
a legitimate warning message that the coldside outlet
temperature is colder than the feed. Add a second
LNGHX to the flowsheet and the warning on the first
unit goes away, even though nothing with that unit has
changed.

LFPE#23480 LNGHX The Zones analysis in an LNGHX unit sums up to the
wrong duty.

HIPE#16871 Reaction Data Assigning a Case Study parameter to a reaction
activation energy could cause and access violation
error.

LFPE#23553 Reactor A keyword file with a Plug Flow Reactor with the
activation energy set to zero fails to import,
complaining that the activation energy was not
given. However, zero is a valid number for activation
energy.

LFPE#23502 Spec The Spec/Vary/Define retrievel of a simple HX
Vary Define utility stream is always in moles even if weight was
requested.

HIPE#17207 Stream The output report showing RVP on a stream may show the
value for the wrong RVP calculation method.

LFPE#23460 Stream The Update Stream Data Link function doesn't always
work. Streams may retain their old values.

HIPE#17192 Stream The file conversion to v8.1 of a file containing
Calculator a Stream Calculator and non-library components fail
with incorrect message that a component separation is
defined more than once.

CR#3105 Stream The Stream Property Table displays the molar component
Property fractions for the non-MW solids. The rows for non-MW
Table components should be deleted from that report.

LFPE#23771 Solid Solid separater gets an access violation with when
there are more than 100 components.

LFCR#3175 Thermo With the thermo method set to PR, PRO/II uses the
centric factor for alpha formulation even when the
SimSci formulation out of the SimSci databank is
selected by the user.

LFPE#23681 Thermo When the Enthalpy points to an Alpha databank, you get
a bad error message that databank is unregistered even
if it is registered and should have been accepted.

LFPE#23559 Thermo Converting a file from v7.1 to v8.1 loses the
user-supplied K-value override data.

CR#3094 UOM PRO/II is not using the user supplied values from a
custom list for pressure basis (ambient pressure).
0 psig will translate to 14.7 psia even if the PBASIS
is different from 14.7 psia.

polaris44
06-16-2008, 03:55 AM
I saw on rapidshare the full version, 6 parts...

If U still need them pls. ask:o

Regards, Regi

yes. I still need them.
thanks in advance.

REGI_MAX
06-16-2008, 11:40 PM
Hello Polar,
here are the links:









with the description:
**** PRO/II v8.1.3 (***** to v8.1) *****
**** SIMSCI-ESSCOR Date: March 2008 ***** ************************************************** ******** & Z; {; E* g9 W9 z' e, u1 f
The following README file contains installation instructions and a list of changes (problems fixed or features added) that will be implemented on PRO/II version 8.1 once this ***** is applied. This ***** can be installed over v8.1, 8.1.1, 8.1.2. PRO/II *****es are complete updates and there is no need to install earlier *****es. ********************************
* How to install this ***** *
********************************
To install Proii81*****3.zip:
1. Make sure you are not running PRO/II v8.1. This may be verified through Task Manager in Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and XP.
2. To receive this Service Pack, copy and unzip the PROII81*****3.zip file on your system.; t) c, r; W2 ~, S( F
3. When prompted, enter the path to the directory where you want the files to be unpacked (for example, C:\TEMP\PROII81). Important: when you unzip the files, make sure to select the "use folder names" option (or equivalent) so that the required subdirectory structure is created at the location where the file is unzipped. ( e) r2 Q& x: e
4. After the file has been unzipped, go to the directory where the files were extracted (for example, C:\TEMP\PROII81) then go into the subdirectory "P2813". Double click on setup.exe to begin installing the PRO/II *****. This setup will install the PRO/II *****, updated Reports, S4M Portal, TDM and Hysys(R) to PRO/II translator. ' V* g% Q5 M, i# t
5. Select the "Next" Button on the Welcome Screen and then verify the Path where the files are to be copied.
6. Select the "Finish" button. The ***** will be copied onto your hard drive and will automatically begin installing.
7. When the installation of the PRO/II ***** has been completed, the following files will be updated on your system: \Proii81\Bin\BATCHFRAC.dll \Proii81\Bin\BvleGUI.exe \Proii81\Bin\CapeOpenExec.dll \Proii81\Bin\CapeThermo.dll \Proii81\Bin\ExcelUop.dll \Proii81\Bin\LMAccess.dll \Proii81\Bin\MFLib.dll \Proii81\Bin\MTCOMaterial.dll \Proii81\BinMTCppGUI.dll \Proii81\Bin\MTLib.dll \Proii81\Bin\MTPointerLink.dll \Proii81\Bin\MTWrapper.dll \Proii81\Bin\P2Adapter.dll \Proii81\Bin\P2Adapter.exe \Proii81\Bin\P2Interface.dll \Proii81\Bin\p2oledbs.exe \Proii81\Bin\P2UIDbs.dll \Proii81\Bin\PESCalcMain.dll \Proii81\Bin\PESCommon***ported.dll \Proii81\Bin\PESGuiMain.dll \Proii81\Bin\PRU.exe \Proii81\Bin\PV2.dll \Proii81\Bin\RGLib.dll \Proii81\Bin\ssidxi.dll \Proii81\Bin\SSIODBC.dll \Proii81\Bin\SSIPI.dll \Proii81\Bin\toolkit2.dll \Proii81\Bin\USERLB6.dll \Proii81\Resource\assay.bin \Proii81\Resource\cmpprop.bin \Proii81\Resource\column.bin \Proii81\Resource\defaults.bin \Proii81\Resource\flash.bin \Proii81\Resource\proiig.bin \Proii81\Resource\rxndata.bin \Proii81\Resource\Simsci.bin \Proii81\Resource\thermo.bin \Proii81\System\filcvt.dlt \Proii81\System\p2.kgs \Proii81\System\p2.kvf \Proii81\System\p2.xsf \Proii81\System\p2.xvf \Proii81\System\p2prop.ini \Proii81\System\PROII.err \Proii81\System\PROII.sp1 \Proii81\System\PROII.sx1 \Proii81\System\PROII.sx2 \Proii81\System\schema.sdf \Proii81\System\SSIRPT.xla \Proii81\System\SSIRPT.XLS \Proii81\System\UnitXML\Optimizer.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\Common.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\CSTR.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\Stream.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\PhaseEnvel.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\Plug.xml \Proii81\System\UnitXML\Stream.xml \Proii81\SIM4MEPortal10\*.* /s (Some Excel Report files have been updated) \Proii81\Translator\*.* /s (Some Hysys(R) to PRO/II translator files have been updated) \TDM\CFG\Data\Edlib_PROII_8.1.lb1 \TDM\CFG\Data\Edlib_PROII_8.1.lb2 \TDM\Plot\Plot.exe \TDM\TDM30\*.* /s (Some TDM Report files have been updated) ************************************************** ** ) V5 Q* B% v X) n% K2 E
* New in PRO/II v8.1.3 *
************************************************** **
Library and Databank Handling During File convertion and Import Starting with PRO/II v8.0, PRO/II pointed to pure component and interaction databanks located in library files registered by TDM in the Windows registry. In some file conversion and file import cases there could be an ambiguity in which databanks should be used. This may result in a file that points to the wrong databank, or simply doesn't produce a usable file for v8.1.x. This ***** strengthens the logic and gives the user more opportunity to make the correct unambiguous databank selection. On import, if a databank is not found among the registered list, PRO/II will now issue the appropriate error message as before, and the import continues to open. Previously all record of the unregistered name disappears from the resulting .prz file. Now the file name appears on the Databank Hierarchy list with an indication that the library is unregistered. If nothing else is wrong with the file, the resulting PFD will open and display a red component data button to indicate the missing data, giving the user an opportunity to correct the problem by registering the file via TDM. Similarly, if a .prz file is opened and no registered library matches the library found in that file, the file still opens and the component data button will display red.

Regards,
Regi:o

polaris44
06-17-2008, 04:03 AM
Thank you REGI_MAX

This one looks like the cd image of PRO/II v 8.1 (600+ MB)

The size of the ***** is only about 130 MB.

polaris44
06-19-2008, 04:03 AM
Finally I managed to download all files. The files are reupload to here:

jambo
07-05-2008, 05:56 AM
Special Thanks to all of you! :)

hyuda
10-30-2008, 01:12 AM
Thank's for your shared

Yun Yune
11-11-2010, 07:30 AM
Thanks very mush

sok_spl
03-12-2016, 06:53 PM
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