4460 Lab Lecture 7 2011

4460 Lab Lecture 7 2011 - CHEN 4460 – Process Synthesis...

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Unformatted text preview: CHEN 4460 – Process Synthesis, Simulation and Optimization Dr. Mario Richard Eden Department of Chemical Engineering Auburn University Lab Lecture No. 7 – Simulation Project and Reports Overview November 1, 2011 Simulation Project & Reports Project Description • Vinyl-chloride process • Based on problem 5.5 in SSLW • Teams of 2 people • Reports are due December 2 • Reports make up 5% of final grade Project Description Project Description • Process specifications Utilities Cooling water is heated from 30-50°C Saturated steam is available at 260°C Project Description Develop a steady state simulation of the process in Aspen Plus using the UNIQUAC thermo model. Compute the Maximum Energy Recovery (MER) targets using graphical and/or algebraic methods Design a simple Heat Exchanger Network (HEN) to meet the MER targets Implement the heat exchanger network and repeat the simulation Analyze and comment on the results generated in all steps! •...
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