About the course
Learn how to model more Complex Industrial and Chemical Processes!
What Will I Learn?
Model more advanced unit operations and more complex chemical processes
Simulate various unit operations in industrial processes
Rigorous Unit Operation Simulation
Improve Flowsheet Manipulation (Hierarchy Levels, Sub-flowsheets)
Logical Operators and Flowsheet Manipulators
Increase knowledge and application in the Physical Property Environment (Methods, Analysis Tools, Binary Diagrams, NIST TDE Databases)
Simulation Environment Analysis Tools: Sensitivity Analysis & Optimization with Constraints
Reporting Relevant Results (Graphs, Charts, Tables, etc...)
Heat Exchanger and Pump/Compressor curves
Distillation Column Profiling (Temperature, Pressure, Concentration, Purity)
Three in-depth Case Studies Analysis
- Chemical Engineering Basics
- Elementary Principles of Plant Operation/Design
- Aspen Plus (Version 7 at least)
- Aspen Plus - Basic Process Modeling (Recommended)
The INTERMEDIATE Aspen Plus Course will show you how to model and simulate more complex Processes
Analysis of Unit Operation will help you in order to simulate more complex chemical processes, as well as to analyse and optimize existing ones.
You will learn about:
- Better Flowsheet manipulation
- Hierarchy, Flowsheeting, Sub-flowsheet creation
- Logical Operators / Manipulators
- Understand Property Method Selection and its effects on simulation results
- Study of more rigorous unit operations
- Model Analysis Tools such as sensitivity and optimization
- Reporting Relevant Results Plot relevant data for Heaters, Columns ,Reactors, Pumps
- Temperature Profiles, Concentration Profile, Pump Curves, Heat Curves, etc…
- Up to 3 Case Studies (in-depth analysis)
All theory is backed up by more than 30 Practical Workshops!
At the end of the course you will be able to setup more complex processes, increase your simulation and flow sheeting techniques, run it and debugging, get relevant results and make a deeper analysis of the process for further optimization.
Who is the target audience?
- Chemical Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Students related to engineering fields
- Teachers willing to learn more about process simulation
- Petrochemical Engineers
Accounting-Statement of Cash Flows