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Aspen Technology, Inc.

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Introduction to Aspen Plus
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Based on Aspen Plus® 10.1
December 1999
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Introduction to Aspen Plus

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Contact Information • Phone: 888-996-7001 or 617-949-1021 • Email: support@aspentech.com • Internet:http://www.aspentech.com - Technical Support Hotline - Training
(Contact: Pat Sylvia)

- Customized Support Services
(Contact: Andrea Orchanian)

Septiembre 12, 2001
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Course Agenda - Day 1
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
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Introduction - General Simulation Concepts The User Interface - Graphical Flowsheet Definition Basic Input- Getting Around the Graphical User Interface Unit Operation Models - Overview of Available Unit Operations RadFrac - Multistage Separation Model Reactor Models - Overview of Available Reactor Types Cyclohexane Production Workshop
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Course Agenda - Day 2
8. 9. Physical Properties - Overview ofThermodynamic Models, Basic Property Analysis and Reporting Accessing Variables - Making References to Flowsheet Variables

10. Sensitivity Analysis - Studying Relationships Between Process Variables 11. Design Specifications - Meeting Process Objectives 12. Fortran Blocks - Use of In-Line Fortran 13. Windows Interoperability - Transferring Data to and from Other Windows Programs
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Course Agenda - Day 3
14. Heat Exchangers - Heaters and Heat Exchangers 15. Pressure Changers - Pumps, Compressors, Pipes and Valves 16. Flowsheet Convergence - Convergence Blocks, Tear Streams and Flowsheet Sequences 17. Full-Scale Plant Modeling Workshop - Simulate a Methanol Plant

Septiembre 12, 2001
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Additional Topics
18. Maintaining Aspen Plus Simulations - Managing Aspen Plus Files for Storage and Retrieval 19. Customizing the Look of Your Flowsheet - Creating Process Flow Diagrams 20. Estimation of Physical Properties - Overview of Property Estimation 21. Electrolytes - Introduction to the Use of Electrolytes22. Solids Handling - Overview of the Solids Capabilities 23. Optimization - Optimizing a Flowsheet
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Additional Topics (Continued)
24. RadFrac Convergence - Techniques for Converging Difficult Columns 25. VCM Workshop 26. ActiveX Automation

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Appendices
A. B. C. D. Enthalpy Reference and Heat of Reaction Workshop Instructions Workshop Results Final Workshop Hints

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Introduction
Objective: Introduce general flowsheet simulation conceptsand Aspen Plus features

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Introduction • What is flowsheet simulation?
ðUse of a computer program to quantitatively model the characteristic equations of a chemical process

• Uses underlying physical relationships - Mass and energy balance - Equilibrium relationships - Rate correlations (reaction and mass/heattransfer) • Predicts - Stream flowrates, compositions, and properties - Operating conditions - Equipment sizes
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Advantages of Simulation • Reduces plant design time - Allows designer to quickly test various plant
configurations



Helps improve current process - Answers “what if”...
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