By Mohd. Kamaruddin Abd. Hamid
Aspen HYSYS: An creation to Chemical Engineering Simulations is meant for college kids who're utilizing Aspen HYSYS for the 1st time and feature very little adventure in laptop simulation. it may be used as a textbook in inexperienced persons chemical engineering classes, or workshops the place Aspen HYSYS is being taught. The e-book may also function a reference in additional complex chemical engineering classes while Aspen HYSYS is used as a device for simulation and fixing difficulties. It can even be used for self examine of Aspen HYSYS via scholars and practising engineers. furthermore, the publication could be a complement or a secondary e-book in classes the place Aspen HYSYS is used, however the teacher doesn't have time to hide it commonly.
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The user will learn how to connect streams to unit operations such as pump. At the end of this chapter, the user will determine the pump outlet temperature when given pump efficiency or vice versa. The Pump operation is used to increase the pressure of an inlet liquid stream. Depending on the information specified, the Pump calculates either an unknown pressure, temperature or pump efficiency. 1 35 Problem Statement Pumps are used to move liquids. The pump increases the pressure of the liquid. Water at 120oC and 3 bar is fed into a pump that has only 10% efficiency.
Go to the File menu, select New, followed by Case, or 2. Press Ctrl N, or 3. Click the New icon on the toolbar. Defining the Simulation Basis 1. Enter the following values in the specified fluid package view: On this page… Property Package Components Select… Soave-Redlich-Kwong (SRK) n-butane 2. Click the Enter Simulation Environment button when you are ready to start building the simulation. Installing a Stream There are several ways to create streams. ) • • Press F11. The Stream property view appears, or Double-click the Stream icon in the Object Palette.
Depending on the information specified, the Pump calculates either an unknown pressure, temperature or pump efficiency. 1 35 Problem Statement Pumps are used to move liquids. The pump increases the pressure of the liquid. Water at 120oC and 3 bar is fed into a pump that has only 10% efficiency. The flowrate of the water is 100 kgmole/h and its outlet pressure from the pump is 84 bar. Using Peng-Robinson equation of state as a fluid package, determine the outlet temperature of the water. 2 Building the Simulation The first step in building any simulation is defining the fluid package.
Aspen HYSYS: An introduction to chemical engineering simulation : for chemical engineering undergraduate students by Mohd. Kamaruddin Abd. Hamid