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What is a process-point?

What is a process-point?

Answer: A process point is an "exchange" process whose upstream and downstream points are the same. The points may become different as the project evolves. For example if you connect another process, this changes the upstream point. The process-point then becomes a simple "exchange" process. These processes can be used to define fluid inlets or outlets, or to connect nodes. They are also useful when creating large size projects.

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