Course Id: EHX1031 | Duration: 1.00 day(s) | Level: Introductory

Location
Bahrain (Manama)
Date
26-Jul-18
Duration
1 Days
Price
1000 USD

Course Objective

Learn the fundamentals of rating and simulating a fired heater. Understand the requirements for design checking and simulation of fired heaters. Efficiently use the Aspen Fired Heater application to evaluate: Vertical Cylindrical Unit (VCU) with convection bank, Twin cabin firebox, Single cabin fired heater with roof tubes.

Course Overview

  • Identify and explain the basic concepts of heat transfer in association with fired heaters
  • Recognize how thermal calculations are used by the Aspen Fired Heater application
  • Recognize the features and functional capability of the Aspen Fired Heater application
  • Efficiently use the Aspen Fired Heater application to evaluate:
    • Vertical Cylindrical Unit (VCU) with convection bank
    • Twin cabin firebox
    • Single cabin fired heater with roof tubes
  • Demonstration using Activated EDR integrated heat exchanger software in conjunction with Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus to improve the performance of heat exchangers in the overall process

Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of rating and simulating a fired heater
  • Understand the requirements for design checking and simulation of fired heaters

Audience

  • Thermal and process design professionals wishing to enhance their understanding of fired heater design and simulation
  • New engineers wishing to gain experience in heat transfer and fired heater modeling

Approach

  • Instruction on basic heat transfer and fired heater modeling topics
  • Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful simulations
  • Use of Aspen Fired Heater in rating and simulation exercises given physical property data and geometry.
  • Application of Aspen Fired Heaters to exercises for crude fire heater, twin cabin fired heater and single cabin fired heater with roof tubes
  • Detailed course notes

This course assumes that Aspen Fired Heater product is in use