Aspen Properties: Introduction to Aspen Solubility Modeler

Course Id:  EPD213   |   Duration:  0.50 day(s)   |   CEUs Awarded:  0.4   |   Level:  Intermediate


Course Objective

Regress parameters from solid solubility experimental data using Aspen Solubility Modeler. Evaluate solid solubility in various solvents using Aspen Solubility Modeler. Learn how to calculate solubility in various solvent types quickly and efficiently.

Course Overview

  • Regress parameters from solid solubility experimental data using Aspen Solubility Modeler
  • Evaluate solid solubility in various solvents using Aspen Solubility Modeler

Benefits

  • Develop a general awareness of the NRTL-SAC and electrolyte NRTL-SAC activity coefficient models, which can be used to model solid solubility
  • Comprehend how the data regression run type drives Aspen Solubility Modeler
  • Work with practical examples to gain familiarity with the calculation spreadsheets
  • Calculate solubility in various solvent types quickly and efficiently Who Should Attend
  • Engineers new to Aspen Plus who need basic training to get started
  • Aspen Custom Modeler® users who need exposure to steady-state simulation as preparation for using Aspen Plus Dynamics®

Audience

Individuals who want to model solid solubility of complex organic molecules (e.g. API) in various solvents (pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals).

Approach

  • Instruction on basic topics
  • Demonstrations of general features
  • Instructor-guided exercises
  • Hands-on workshops that apply learned concepts
  • Example problems
  • Detailed course notes

Prerequisites

Attend the Physical Properties for Modeling Products

Class Schedule

Class Agenda

EPD213: Aspen Properties: Introduction to Aspen Solubility Modeler

Day 1

Introduction

  • Description of the Solubility Model
  • Setting Up Aspen Solubility Modeler on your computer
  • Using the Regression spreadsheet
  • Using the Calculation spreadsheet

Aspen Technology, Inc. awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training classes conducted by our organization. One CEU is granted for every 10 hours of class participation.