[6% Off] Process Simulation with Aspentech HYSYS
Duration: 3.0 hours
Start Modelling using Aspentech HYSYS (all versions)
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Process Simulation with Aspentech HYSYS Training course teaches the simulation of production processes based on the basic principles of chemical engineering. Aspen HYSYS is a chemical process simulator used to mathematically model chemical processes, from unit operations to full chemical plants and refineries. HYSYS is able to perform many of the core calculations of chemical engineering, including those concerned with mass balance, energy balance, vapor-liquid equilibrium, heat transfer, mass transfer, chemical kinetics, fractionation, and pressure drop.HYSYS is used extensively in industry and academia for steady-state and dynamic simulation, process design, performance modelling, and optimization.
This software multiplies one's confidence many times as one become able to design a unit operation and full plant with all the technical supports. Suppose one wants to draw a process or modify a process. How can he do it without these now-a-days? If one starts a job in a petroleum industry, then he can do an optimization of an unit operation for example. Or in case of an extension or modification of an existing process, one can simply keep the same design specs and other process variables as running process and create an optimized extension part.
Participants will learn in depth the Aspentech HYSYS program, the most widely used in the petrochemical industry, and apply it to real production processes. You will be ready to work on different simulations and will start with Propane Refrigeration Loop.
Core of Simulation Program
Propane Refrigeration loop
Two Stage Compression
Water Content and Gas Hydrates
Natural Gas Dehydration with TEG
Compressor and pump curves