Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling

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Dubai 11.12.2023 15.12.2023 5,300 $ Inquire now Register
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  • Learn to build, navigate and optimize process simulations using Aspen HYSYS
  • Learn the efficient use of different HYSYS functions to build steady state process simulations
Who Should Attend
  • New engineering graduates/technologists who will be using Aspen HYSYS in their daily work
  • Process engineers doing process design and optimization projects and studies
  • Plant engineers checking plant performance under different operating conditions
  • R&D engineers and researchers using Aspen HYSYS for process synthesis


  • Leverage the intuitive bi-directional solver and other key features of Aspen HYSYS that allow for rapid flowsheet construction
  • Use the Workbook and Process Flow Diagram (PFD) interfaces for quick and effective modeling
  • Discover how multi-flowsheet integration can streamline and organize simulation efforts
  • Explore different means of reporting results, including the use of Microsoft Excel VB macros
  • Evaluate the performance of existing equipment by leveraging the rating capabilities of Aspen HYSYS
  • Improve the convergence characteristics of columns and flowsheets; troubleshoot common problems
  • Perform Case studies to determine the optimum operating point for a process
  • Understand the pipeline hydraulics calculations used to assess the sizing requirements for a gas gathering system