Learn how to build a carbon capture process model and apply optimization techniques to minimize emissions and energy usage.
This course will help you prepare for the certification exam and the exam fee is waived with this course.
Engineers who need to use first principles simulations to solve Sustainability problems for processes or process units
Build a model which simulates process unit emissions
Learn how to optimize energy consumption for process units
Learn simulation fundamentals and how to rapidly build Aspen HYSYS flowsheets
Learn how to report and view simulation results
Improve the convergence characteristics of columns and flowsheets; troubleshoot common problems
Perform Case Studies to determine the optimum operating points for a process
To prepare for this course we strongly recommend that you complete the eLearning module ‘Aspen HYSYS: Learn the Basics’ (ATEL-323-EN) prior to the class.
Starting with aspenONE V12, our self-paced eLearning content can be accessed directly from within Aspen HYSYS. For detailed instructions on how to do this, check out the article: How to access eLearning directly from the application.
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Develop additional expertise with these recommended courses:
Aspen HYSYS Process Simulation Overview
Propane Refrigeration Loop
Refrigerated Gas Plant
Reporting in Aspen HYSYS
Oil Characterization and HP Separation
Two Stage Compression
Heat Exchanger Rating
Best Practices & Troubleshooting
Gas Gathering and Crude Pre-Heat Train
NGL Fractionation and Atmospheric Crude Column
Model Amine Treatment Unit for Carbon Capture
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plant
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.