Download Aspen Plus V11 Course: Model Your Solids Handling Processes

Aspen Plus V11 Course: Model Your Solids Handling Processes by udemy video, Aspen Plus is a powerful engineering simulation software that you can use to model a wide range of chemical processes. It is widely used in engineering universities and in the industry, in research, development, modeling and design.

Aspen Plus serves as the engineering platform for modeling processes from Upstream through Gas Processing to Petroleum Refining, Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Pharmaceutical processes.This online course is designed around a series of solids process examples which we work through to a model solution. It is an essential guide to understanding the principles, features and functions of Aspen Plus when modeling solids handling processes.This understanding is a prerequisite for a successful design, simulation, rating & optimization of your plant and solids handling equipment.

What You’ll Learn

  • Identify and explain the various classes of solids and solids separator models available in Aspen Plus
  • Learn how Particle Size Distributions (PSDs) are represented in Aspen Plus
  • Lear how to enter your PSD parameters in the Aspen Plus environment
  • Gain the practical skills and knowledge to begin modeling new and existing solids processes (crushers, fluidized beds, dryers, crystallizers…)
  • Enter reaction stoichiometry and kinetic data for a Fluidized Bed Reactor
  • Use the Model Analysis Tools to run sensitivity analysis and optimize the operating conditions of your process
  • Learn practical techniques for building and troubleshooting solids models

Requirements

  • A background in chemical engineering or industrial chemistry
  • Aspen Plus (Version 7 at least) – Version 11 is used in this training

Course content

  • Section 1: ABOUT THIS ASPEN PLUS MODULE
  • Lecture 1 Introducing this Aspen Plus module
  • Lecture 2 Software and hardware
  • Section 2: ABOUT ASPEN PLUS
  • Lecture 3 What is Aspen Plus ?
  • Lecture 4 Why is Aspen Plus so important ?
  • Lecture 5 Who uses Aspen Plus ?
  • Lecture 6 How can we translate a chemical process into an Aspen Plus simulation model ?
  • Section 3: SOLIDS HANDLING PROCESSES
  • Lecture 7 Introduction
  • Lecture 8 Solids unit operations models
  • Lecture 9 Solids separators models
  • Lecture 10 Process description – Example #1
  • Lecture 11 “Solids” template and defining a solid material
  • Lecture 12 Solids classification
  • Lecture 13 Defining a solid material using different conventions
  • Lecture 14 Adding the crusher unit
  • Lecture 15 About stream classes
  • Lecture 16 About substream classes
  • Lecture 17 About Particle Size Distribution (PSD) in Aspen Plus
  • Lecture 18 Defining the Particle Size Distribution (PSD)
  • Lecture 19 Calculating the outlet PSD using the “Select equipment” method (1/2)
  • Lecture 20 About solids results in Aspen Plus
  • Lecture 21 Calculating the outlet PSD using the “Select equipment” method (2/2)
  • Lecture 22 Calculating the outlet PSD using the “Communition power” method
  • Lecture 23 Calculating the outlet PSD using the “Specify outlet PSD” method
  • Lecture 24 Results summary for each PSD calculation method
  • Lecture 25 Fluidized bed : Introduction
  • Lecture 26 Fluidized bed representation in Aspen Plus
  • Lecture 27 Fluidized bed modeling in Aspen Plus
  • Lecture 28 Fluidized bed reactor : Process description – Example #2
  • Lecture 29 Fluidized bed reactor : Entering components and selecting the property method
  • Lecture 30 Fluidized bed reactor : Setting the process flowsheet
  • Lecture 31 Fluidized bed reactor : Entering input data for the streams and compressor unit
  • Lecture 32 Fluidized bed reactor : Entering input data for the fluidized bed reactor
  • Lecture 33 Fluidized bed reactor : Viewing and discussing the results
  • Lecture 34 Dryer operation : Process description – Example #3
  • Lecture 35 Dryer operation : Setting the flowsheet
  • Lecture 36 Dryer operation : Analyzing the results
  • Lecture 37 Crystallizer operation : Process description – Example #4
  • Lecture 38 Crystallizer operation : Setting the flowsheet
  • Section 4: WHAT IS NEXT ?
  • Lecture 39 Taking your Aspen Plus skills to the next level ?
  • Lecture 40 Flash Separation & Distillation Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 41 Liquid-Liquid Extraction Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 42 Chemical Reactor Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 43 Piping System Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 44 Economic Optimization Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 45 Heat Exchanger Module : Introduction
  • Lecture 46 Aspen Plus Safety Environment : Process description

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 2h 24m
  • Number of lessons:  46 lectures
  • Language: English
  • Compressed file size:1.2 GB
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