Introduction to Aspen Adsorption

Acquire the skills to set up and solve the dynamic simulation problems in adsorption. Gain first-hand experience in working within the Aspen Adsorption simulation environment. Apply Aspen Adsorption to build and execute simulations rapidly.

Audience:

Scientists and engineers involved in the design, operation, optimization, and analysis of industrial gas adsorption processes such as pressure swing adsorption, temperature swing adsorption and vacuum swing adsorption.

Training Details

  • Course Id:

    EAP288

  • Duration:

    2 day(s)

  • CEUs Awarded:

    1.4

  • Level:

    Intermediate

Benefits

  • Gain first-hand experience and confidence in working within the Aspen Adsorption simulation environment
  • Apply Aspen Adsorption to build and execute simulations rapidly
  • Enhance the customer’s ability to succeed in their application of Aspen Adsorption, and thus reap the technical and business benefits as soon as possible

Approach

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

Pre-requisites

Understanding of industrial adsorption processes an advantages.

Agenda

Graphical User Interface Basics and Physical Properties
  • Learn to access and navigate the Aspen Adsorption graphical user interface
  • Explain the methods for supplying physical property data
  • Build flowsheets to simulate typical adsorption processes
  • Create plots and tables to analyze simulation results
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with the process of building a simple flowsheet
  • Workshop: Building a Flowsheet

Introduction to the Heritage Gas Model Library
  • Identify and explain the heritage gas phase models available in Aspen Adsorption
  • Discuss and review the reversible flow convention used
  • Discuss and review the recommended strategy to adopt when constructing new simulations

The Simple Flowsheet (Breakthrough Study)
  • Discuss and review the simple flowsheet strategy in Aspen Adsorption
  • Discuss and review the gas_bed, gas_feed and gas_product models
  • Complete the workshop to do a simple Breakthrough Study in Aspen Adsorption
  • Workshop: Building Simple Breakthrough Model

The Intermediate Flowsheet
  • Discuss and review the intermediate flowsheet strategy in Aspen Adsorption
  • Discuss and review the gas_tank_void and gas_valve models
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with building on the simple flowsheet to construct, run and review results of an intermediate flowsheet
  • Workshop: Building Intermediate Flowsheet

The Full Cyclic Flowsheet
  • Discuss and review the interacting single bed approach to simulating multiple bed processes
  • Show how to define cyclic operation
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with creating and running a full cyclic flowsheet using the single bed approach
  • Workshop: Fully Cyclic Flowsheet

Defining Custom Isotherms
  • Discuss and review the use of custom isotherms
  • Describe and review the modeling language for user equations
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with creating the extended Langmuir isotherm as a flowsheet constraint
  • Workshop: Create the Extended Langmuir isotherm as a flowsheet constraint

Cyclic Steady State Models
  • Discuss and review the cyclic steady state library models
  • Discuss and review the construction of a flowsheet using cyclic steady state models
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with building a pressure swing adsorption flowsheet using the cyclic steady state models
  • Workshop: Cyclic Steady State Model (2 Bed N2 PSA Process )

Parameter Estimation
  • Discuss and review parameter estimation
  • Estimate isotherm parameters using steady-state estimation
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with steady-state estimation of isotherm parameters from static measurements
  • Estimate parameters using dynamic estimation
  • Complete the workshop to gain familiarity with dynamic estimation of mass transfer coefficient from breakthrough measurements
  • Workshop: Dynamic Estimation of MTC from Breakthrough Measurement

Diagnostic and Solution Methods
  • Explain the equation solver group decomposition and variable equivalencing
  • Explain non-linear system resolution
  • Discuss and review best practices for user defined equations
  • Introduce troubleshooting techniques and diagnostic tools

Register for a Class

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Date(s): 11/25/2021 - 11/26/2021 Type: Public Classroom Location: Rm. 801, Hyundai Motor Tower, No. 38 Xiaoyun Road. Chao Yang District
Beijing , China 100027
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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.