Course Id: EHY101 | Duration: 3.00 day(s) | Level: Introductory

Location
Jordan (Amman)
Date
6-8 May 2018
Duration
3 Days
Price
2400 USD

Course Objective


The design and operation of a process facility typically necessitates that various engineering analyses be performed. Engineers must be able to predict process operating conditions, as well as execute optimization studies to meet their project goals. Aspen HYSYS has the capability to model complex process facilities, and assist engineers in finding the operating conditions that will maximize the value of plant assets (without exceeding plant design limits, e.g. available utilities). This technology can reduce capital costs by providing accurate thermophysical data for equipment sizing, and by enabling the user to perform sophisticated calculations that would be impractical with less-capable technologies


Course Overview


Build, navigate and optimize steady state simulation models using Aspen HYSYS. Utilize a wide variety of unit operation models and calculation tools to model process equipment. Use templates and sub-flowsheets to streamline and organize simulation models. Explore different means of reporting simulation results, including the use of the Aspen Simulation Workbook.


Benefits


• Provide high quality simulation models for process design, operation, and safety studies
• Furnish a wide library of chemical components and thermodynamic property models
• Develop core competencies at an accelerated pace
• Automate engineering workflows with Aspen HYSYS to save valuable project time
• Discover best practices to realize the full capabilities of Aspen HYSYS
• Earn Continuing Education Units toward P.E. licensing requirements


Audience


• Process engineers creating heat and material balances or performing design studies
• Plant engineers studying plant performance under different operating conditions
• R&D engineers developing new processes
• New engineering graduates/technologists using process simulations in daily work


Approach


• Students receive guided instruction on all essential simulation topics
• Instructors provide live demonstrations of Aspen HYSYS features
• Students participate in hands-on workshops and apply concepts presented in class
• Detailed course notes and workshop solutions are provided to students
• Students retain copies of workshop files and course textbooks
• Student-instructor Q&A


Prerequisites


• A background in process engineering


Subsequent Courses


Develop additional expertise with these recommended courses:
• EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics
• EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamic Modeling
• EHY121 Building MS Excel User Interfaces for Aspen HYSYS Simulations Using Aspen Simulation Workbook