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Documentaing Changes in Hysys

Documentaing Changes in Hysys

Documentaing Changes in Hysys


I am about to perform some major modifications to a simulation file in Hysys, which will require proper documentation to keep track of the changes.

Does know of a good way to keep track of these changes between different versions of the simulation file?


RE: Documentaing Changes in Hysys

There is no automated way, as far as I know. I usually keep a list of changes in a spreadsheet. You could also export the simulation input to a text file via Simulation/Hysys XML, then compare the different versions.


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RE: Documentaing Changes in Hysys

As Joerd says: No automated way.

Save the file as rev "A" (or whatever) before stating the change.

Best regards


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