Course Id: EHY223 | Duration: 3.00 day(s) | Level: Intermediate

Location
KSA (AL Khobar)
Date
26-28 June 2018
Duration
3 Days
Price
2400 USD

Course Objective


Develop the skills and techniques required for creating and running dynamic simulations. Build dynamic models of vessel relief scenarios, compressor surge control, distillation column control, and pipeline hydraulics. Apply the best practices for transitioning from steady-state to dynamic modeling and discover shortcuts for efficient use of Aspen HYSYS Dynamics.

Course Overview


• Develop the skills and techniques required for creating and running dynamic simulations
• Build dynamic models of vessel relief scenarios, compressor surge control, distillation column control, and pipeline hydraulics
• Apply the best practices for transitioning from steady-state to dynamic modeling and discover shortcuts for efficient use of HYSYS Dynamics

Benefits


• Explore Dynamic models to introduce various real-life disturbances to a simulation and discover how different control strategies can mitigate these disturbances
• Automate actions within a HYSYS Dynamics simulation by using the Event Scheduler and Cause & Effect Matrix tools
• Learn pressure flow theory, column dynamics concepts, pipeline hydraulics, and basic process control theory
• Properly define and adjust pressure/flow specifications, strip charts, and controller parameters

Audience


• Engineers with Aspen HYSYS experience
• Engineers with no or limited previous experience in dynamic simulation

Approach


• Instruction on basic topics through presentation
• Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful dynamic simulations
• Instructor-guided demonstrations of features
• Hands-on workshops
• Detailed course notes

Prerequisites


• Familiarity with Aspen HYSYS steady-state modeling concepts and Aspen Simulation Workbook
• Or previously attended EHY101 - Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling and EHY121 - Building MS Excel User Interfaces for Aspen HYSYS Simulations Using Aspen Simulation Workbook