Part b add a title to the flowsheet diagram part c

This preview shows page 297 - 305 out of 432 pages.

Part B: Add a title to the flowsheet diagram. Part C: Add a stream table to the flowsheet diagram. Part D: Using PFD Mode, add a pump for the BZIN stream for graphical purposes only. Objective: Use annotation to create a process flow diagram for the cyclohexane flowsheet
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Septiembre 12, 2001 Introduction to Aspen Plus Slide 298
299 Introduction to Aspen Plus Potential Reach Your True ©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Estimation of Physical Properties Objectives: Provide an overview of estimating physical property parameters in Aspen Plus Aspen Plus References: User Guide, Chapter 30, Estimating Property Parameters Physical Property Methods and Models Reference Manual, Chapter 8, Property Parameter Estimation
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Septiembre 12, 2001 Introduction to Aspen Plus Slide 300 What is Property Estimation? Property Estimation is a system to estimate parameters required by physical property models. It can be used to estimate: - Pure component physical property constants - Parameters for temperature-dependent models - Binary interaction parameters for Wilson, NRTL and UNIQUAC - Group parameters for UNIFAC Estimations are based on group-contribution methods and corresponding-states correlations. Experimental data can be incorporated into estimation.
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Septiembre 12, 2001 Introduction to Aspen Plus Slide 301 Using Property Estimation Property Estimation can be used in two ways: - On a stand-alone basis: Property Estimation Run Type - Within another Run Type: Flowsheet, Property Analysis, Data Regression, PROPERTIES PLUS or Assay Data Analysis You can use Property Estimation to estimate properties for both databank and non-databank components. Property Estimation information is accessed in the Properties Estimation folder.
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Septiembre 12, 2001 Introduction to Aspen Plus Slide 302 Estimation Methods and Requirements User Guide, Chapter 30, Estimating Property Parameters, has a complete list of properties that can be estimated, as well as the available estimation methods and their respective requirements. This same information is also available under the on-line help in the estimation forms.
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved. ® Septiembre 12, 2001 Introduction to Aspen Plus Slide 303 Steps For Using Property Estimation 1. Define molecular structure on the Properties Molecular Structure form. 2. Enter any experimental data using Parameters or Data forms. - Experimental data such as normal boiling point (TB) is very important for many estimation methods. It should be entered whenever possible. 3. Activate Property Estimation and choose property estimation options on the Properties Estimation Input form .
©1998 AspenTech. All rights reserved.

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture