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A question often asked is how well does a simulation model represent reality? This paper describes verification of simulation models with the help of real-life test results. The verifications were made by IRIS (International Research Institute of Stavanger) and Agito in connection with modifications to a subsea XT compensator circuit on a field operated by Statoil.

Four simple tests show that a simulation model in SimulationX will represent a real system with only minor deviations. The model will be able to provide users with valuable information about the system functions.

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