Course Information: EHY2611 Heat Transfer Modeling Using Aspen HYSYS
Enhance the process engineer's understanding of the design and operation of heat exchangers. Learn thermal design and optimization of heat exchangers and integrate heat exchanger model into overall process modeling to improve the performance of heat exchangers in the overall process. Investigate the thermal calculations employed by both Aspen HYSYS and the Aspen Exchanger Design and Rating features.
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|11-Jul-2013||11-Jul-2013||Reading, UK||GBP 400||12||Register Now||Logistics||English|
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|19-Sep-2013||19-Sep-2013||Virtual-EMEA||GBP 400||12||Register Now||Logistics||English|
Training Course Data Sheet
Heat Transfer Modeling Using Aspen HYSYS
· Discover common features and basic construction of common industrial heat exchangers
· Learn how to embed a rigorous heat exchanger model into an Aspen HYSYS simulation
· Observe and apply additional ways to integrate Aspen HYSYS with AspenTech’s rigorous heat exchanger modeling software
· Understand heat exchanger geometry and design basics, focusing on shell and tube exchangers
· Investigate the thermal calculations employed by both Aspen HYSYS and the Aspen Exchanger Design and Rating programs
· Progress from shortcut modeling of heat exchangers in Aspen HYSYS to using rigorous Aspen EDR models
· Course notes containing lecture materials, examples, and workshops are distributed
· Lecture topics are reinforced with workshops throughout the day
· Questions relating the course material to real life problems are encouraged
· Working knowledge Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger
· Familiarity with the Aspen HYSYS graphical user interface
Who Should Attend
· Process engineers doing process design and optimization projects with Aspen Plus in conjunction with Aspen Hetran, Aspen TASC or Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger (Aspen Tasc+)
· Plant engineers checking plant performance under different operating conditions
EHY2611 Heat Transfer Modeling Using Aspen HYSYS
· Introductions and course contents
· Workshop session descriptions
· Course objectives
· Review unit operations and calculation options of Aspen HYSYS that perform heat transfer calculations
· Identify the heat exchanger types that can be interfaced with Aspen HYSYS
· Compare and contrast the applicability and operation of different types of heat exchangers with a focus on shell & tube and air cooled. Exchangers
· Examine how to implement Aspen EDR software in an Aspen HYSYS simulation
· Utilize Aspen HYSYS to generate physical properties for use in Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating programs
· Examine the Reboiler Wizard and its ability to simplify more detailed modeling of reboilers in RadFrac models
· Workshop 1: Design Mode and Rate Checking - Design a heat exchanger using Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger, and then take the Design to create a Rating/Checking case.
· Workshop 2: Integrating Aspen HYSYS with Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger - Use the heat exchanger design programs as an integrated program run in conjunction with the steady state process simulators.
· Workshop 3: Vibration - Simulate the effects of operational changes on an exchange. See how vibration issues could be addressed by re-design
· Workshop 4: Fouling: Simulate the effects of fouling during the life of the exchanger. See the impact of fouling of an exchanger for a process.
· Workshop 5: Thermosyphon - Incorporate a thermosyphon bottoms reboiler in a distillation column. Explore the effect in changes of the column operating conditions on the reboiler.
· Workshop 6: Air Cooled Exchanger - Design and Air Cooled Exchanger. Import an Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger model into HYSYS Explore the effect of changes in ambient air temperature on your process operations
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