Course Id: EHY2511 | Duration: 2.00 day(s) | Level: Intermediate
In a plant emergency, process material must safely relieve through the flare system for disposal. An important step in process design and plant revamp is to ensure that the flare network can handle the flowrates and meet design constraints on backpressure, Mach number, noise, and pipe fatigue. Aspen Flare System Analyzer has the capability to solve complex network hydraulics and incorporate industry standards. Simultaneously execute multiple emergency scenarios, identify potential process bottlenecks, and validate the capacity of the flare network. This technology can help reduce capital cost by determining optimum equipment sizes, and, more importantly, assure the safety of the plant.
• Learn the fundamental flare network modeling techniques for pipeline design.
• Learn the basics for rating a flare convergent, divergent and looped network for the constraint violations (Mach number, MABP, Noise, velocity, RhoV2) & for pressure, temperature and flow profile throughout the network.
• Understand the solver messages to analyze the flow network problems and review options to take corrective measures.
• Review results to perform process safety studies for pressure & temperature beyond allowable range and erosion problems (RhoV2) for healthiness of the flow network in the real plant.
• Review flare network simulation computation convergence problems and examine solver solution methods.
• Discuss customize reports using MS excel macro
• Import sources from Aspen HYSYS®, Export and import data from the MS access and MS excel
• Assist in process safety management and regulatory compliancy
• Design or rate the flare system for plant contingencies
• Develop core competencies at an accelerated pace
• Automate engineering workflows with Aspen Flare System Analyzer to save valuable project time
• Discover best practices to realize the full capabilities of Aspen Flare System Analyzer
• Earn Continuing Education Units toward P.E. licensing requirements
• Engineers developing or validating plant Flare system models
• Engineers debottlenecking existing plant Flare systems
• Engineers performing relief valve calculations and studies
• Engineers needing tips on troubleshooting and best practices
• Engineers wanting to understand concepts and criteria of flare system modeling
• Students receive guided instruction on all course topics
• Instructors provide live demonstrations of Aspen Flare System Analyzer 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
• A background in process engineering
Develop additional expertise with these recommended courses:
• EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamics Modeling
• EHY250 Determine Rapid Depressurization Safety Limits for Design and Rating
• EHY252 Pressure Relief Analysis Using Aspen HYSYS