Download Aspen Plus – Intermediate Process Modeling Course

Aspen Plus – Intermediate Process Modeling Course video course udemy download and 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)
  • 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

Course content

  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Lecture 1 Welcome to the Course!
  • Lecture 2 Course Content
  • Lecture 3 Course Objectives
  • Lecture 4 Requirements & Recommendations
  • Lecture 5 Benefits of the Course
  • Lecture 6 Material and Resources
  • Lecture 7 Join the Aspen Plus & HYSYS Forum (Unofficial)
  • Lecture 8 Quick Review – Aspen Plus
  • Lecture 9 Please be part of the discussion!
  • Lecture 10 Navigation Panes, Folders and Forms
  • Lecture 11 I really appreciate this!
  • Section 2: Flowsheet Manipulation
  • Lecture 12 Flowsheet Manipulation Introduction
  • Lecture 13 Flowsheet Modification (2A)
  • Lecture 14 Flowsheet Options
  • Lecture 15 Workshop: Explore Flowsheet Options
  • Lecture 16 Scrolling&Typing too fast?
  • Lecture 17 Viewing the Flowsheet
  • Lecture 18 Workshop: Find Object
  • Lecture 19 Workshop: Bookmark
  • Lecture 20 Workshop: Pan
  • Lecture 21 Modifying Flowsheet
  • Lecture 22 Workshop: Connectivity
  • Lecture 23 Workshop: Improve Appearance
  • Lecture 24 Copy & Pasting in the Flowsheet
  • Lecture 25 Workshop: Copy&Pasting in the Flowsheet
  • Lecture 26 Locking the Flowsheet
  • Lecture 27 Workshop: Lock Screen
  • Lecture 28 Flowsheet Sections
  • Lecture 29 Flowsheet Annotations
  • Lecture 30 Workshop: Flowsheet Annotations
  • Lecture 31 Templates, Sub-flowsheets & Hierarchy (2B)
  • Lecture 32 Templates
  • Lecture 33 Workshop: Create, Save and Open Templates
  • Lecture 34 Hierarchy Blocks
  • Lecture 35 Workshop: Hierarchy Blocks
  • Lecture 36 Flowsheet Manipulation Closure
  • Section 3: Physical Property Environment
  • Lecture 37 Property Methods Introduction
  • Lecture 38 Property Methods – Introduction (3A)
  • Lecture 39 Why Property Method?
  • Lecture 40 Ideal vs. Nonideal Modeling
  • Lecture 41 Workshop: Ideal Property Method
  • Lecture 42 Equation of State Models vs. Activity Models
  • Lecture 43 Activity Coefficient Methods
  • Lecture 44 NRTL Activity Model
  • Lecture 45 UNIFAC Activity Model
  • Lecture 46 Workshop: Activity Coefficient Methods
  • Lecture 47 Equation of State Methods
  • Lecture 48 Peng Robinson (PR) – EOS Model
  • Lecture 49 Workshop: Equation of State Models
  • Lecture 50 Introduction to Property Sets (3B)
  • Lecture 51 Property Sets
  • Lecture 52 Workshop: Defining your own Property Sets
  • Lecture 53 Introduction to NIST TDE (3C)
  • Lecture 54 What is NIST TDE?
  • Lecture 55 Workshop: Retrieving Binary Data from NIST TDE
  • Lecture 56 Take a break!
  • Lecture 57 Introduction to Analysis Tools (3D)
  • Lecture 58 Pure Component
  • Lecture 59 Workshop: Single Point Analysis
  • Lecture 60 Workshop: Multiple Point Analysis
  • Lecture 61 Binary Analysis
  • Lecture 62 T-xy Diagrams
  • Lecture 63 Workshop: T-xy Diagrams
  • Lecture 64 P-xy Diagrams
  • Lecture 65 Workshop: P-xy Diagrams
  • Lecture 66 Physical Property Environment Closure
  • Section 4: More Unit Operations
  • Lecture 67 More Unit Operations Introduction
  • Lecture 68 Separators (4A)
  • Lecture 69 Flash2
  • Lecture 70 Flash 3
  • Lecture 71 Decanter
  • Lecture 72 Workshop: Decanter
  • Lecture 73 Sep1
  • Lecture 74 Sep2
  • Lecture 75 Workshop: Using Sep1 and Sep2
  • Lecture 76 Heat Exchangers (4B)
  • Lecture 77 Heater
  • Lecture 78 Heat-X (Shortcut)
  • Lecture 79 Heat-X – Rigorous Shell&Tube
  • Lecture 80 Workshop: Heat-X
  • Lecture 81 Heat Curves
  • Lecture 82 Workshop: Heat Curves
  • Lecture 83 More on Heat Exchanger – EDR
  • Lecture 84 Columns (4C)
  • Lecture 85 DSTWU
  • Lecture 86 Workshop: DSTWU-1 Benzene & Toluene Min. Recycle Rate, Feed Tray, Compositions
  • Lecture 87 Workshop: DSTWU-2 Analysis of the theoretical stages vs. reflux ratio in a hydro
  • Lecture 88 RadFrac
  • Lecture 89 Workshop: RadFrac1 – Recycle Ratio of a C3-C4 Distillation
  • Lecture 90 Workshop: RadFrac2 – C4-C7 Separation and Recoveyr of C4
  • Lecture 91 Workshop: RadFrac 3
  • Lecture 92 Absorber
  • Lecture 93 WKS: Absorber (Tray Column)
  • Lecture 94 Extract
  • Lecture 95 Workshop: Extraction in a Ethylacetate-Acetone-Water system
  • Lecture 96 More on Columns?
  • Lecture 97 Reactors (4D)
  • Lecture 98 R-Stoic
  • Lecture 99 Workshop: R-Stoic For an Isothermal Reactor with Recycled Stream
  • Lecture 100 R-Yield
  • Lecture 101 R-Equil
  • Lecture 102 Workshop: R-Equil for Isothermal Reactor using UNIFAC, UNIQUAC and IDEAL Mod
  • Lecture 103 R-Gibbs
  • Lecture 104 Workshop: R-Gibbs – Competing Reactions
  • Lecture 105 Workshop: R-Equil vs. R-Gibbs
  • Lecture 106 R-CSTR
  • Lecture 107 Workshop: R-CSTR1 – Isothermal
  • Lecture 108 Workshop: R-CSTR2 – Adiabatic
  • Lecture 109 R-Plug
  • Lecture 110 Workshop: R-Plug1 – Adiabatic Liquid Reaction
  • Lecture 111 Workshop: R-Plug2 – Isothermal Reaction
  • Lecture 112 R-Batch
  • Lecture 113 Workshop: Isothermal Batch Reactor
  • Lecture 114 Workshop: Kinetic Reactors- Comparison
  • Lecture 115 Need more Reactor Engineering?
  • Lecture 116 Pressure Changers (4E)
  • Lecture 117 Work Streams
  • Lecture 118 Pump
  • Lecture 119 Workshop: Pumps & Turbines
  • Lecture 120 Pump Performance Curves
  • Lecture 121 Workshop: Pump Curves
  • Lecture 122 Compressor
  • Lecture 123 Valves
  • Lecture 124 Workshop: Valve
  • Lecture 125 Pipes & Pipelines
  • Lecture 126 Workshop: Pipe
  • Lecture 127 Workshop: Rankine Cycle
  • Lecture 128 Unit Operations Closure
  • Section 5: Model Analysis Tools
  • Lecture 129 Model Analysis Tools Introduction
  • Lecture 130 Getting Results (5A)
  • Lecture 131 Stream Results; Block Results & Results Summary
  • Lecture 132 Workshop: Stream, Block & Summary Results
  • Lecture 133 Adding T/P/M labels on flowsheet
  • Lecture 134 Workshop: Adding T/P/F conditions
  • Lecture 135 Adding Results Table
  • Lecture 136 Workshop: Adding Table of Results
  • Lecture 137 Plotting Data (5B)
  • Lecture 138 Plotting Tool
  • Lecture 139 Workshop: Column – RadFrac Plots
  • Lecture 140 Workshop Plotting Data – PFR
  • Lecture 141 Design Spec (5C)
  • Lecture 142 What are Manipulators?
  • Lecture 143 Design Specification
  • Lecture 144 Converging Tips for Design Specification
  • Lecture 145 WKS Design Spec 1 – RadFrac Reflux Ratio to meet Product Specification
  • Lecture 146 WKS Design Specification 2 – R-Gibbs Reactor Yields
  • Lecture 147 Workshop: Design Spec 3
  • Lecture 148 Sensitivity Analysis (5D)
  • Lecture 149 Sensitivity Analysis
  • Lecture 150 Methodology for Sensitivity Analysis
  • Lecture 151 Plotting Sensitivity Analysis Results
  • Lecture 152 Workshop Sensitivity Analysis based on Compressor and Heater of a Hydrocarbons
  • Lecture 153 Workshop Sensitivity Analysis of Feed, Reflux Ratio & Pressure in a RadFrac
  • Lecture 154 Workshop Sensitivity Analysis tools on an Adiabatic and Isothermal Reactor
  • Lecture 155 Optimization & Constraints (5E)
  • Lecture 156 Optimization Function
  • Lecture 157 Workshop: Optimization of Product Yield in Equilibrium and Gibbs Reactor
  • Lecture 158 Optimization with Constraints
  • Lecture 159 Workshop: Optimization of a RadFrac Distillation Column
  • Lecture 160 Model Analysis Tools Closure
  • Section 6: Case Studies
  • Lecture 161 Case Study Introduction
  • Lecture 162 Case Study Goals
  • Lecture 163 Case Study 1 – Hydroalkilation of Toluene – Problem Statement
  • Lecture 164 Case Study 1 – Hydroalkilation of Toluene – Flowsheeting
  • Lecture 165 Case Study 2 – Nitric Oxide Plant – Problem Statement
  • Lecture 166 Case Study 2 – Nitric Oxide Plant – Flowsheeting
  • Lecture 167 Case Study 3 – Isobuthene Production – Problem Statement
  • Lecture 168 Case Study 3 – Isobuthene Production – Flowsheeting
  • Lecture 169 Case Study Closure
  • Section 7: Conclusion
  • Lecture 170 Course Closure
  • Lecture 171 Course Wrap-up
  • Section 8: Bonus & Surprises!
  • Lecture 172 Continue with your Aspen Tech Training

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 13h 28m
  • Number of lessons: 7 sections, 172 lectures
  • Language: English
  • Compressed file size: 8.3 GB
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