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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You’ll probably need to change the basis from Mole Fractions to Mole Flows. Tutoriall Risman Dukhan Process learning never stops until the end of our life. This entry was posted in Chemical EngineeringEducationEngineeringProcess Technologysimulation-software and tagged design-engineeringHysysProcesssimulation-software.
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Now position your cursor over the 12C3Oxide’s Molar Flow and using the secondary mouse buttondrag the number to cell B2 of the Spreadsheet. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
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Since we will be varying the liquid volume by changing the Liquid Level percentage and we like even numbers, go ahead and change the Vessel Volume to ft 3.
You may also want to try a two dimensional case study, Coolant Duty vs. Again, I don’t know why, I’m just reporting what I saw and warning you to be aware that the data you get may possibly be buggy.
It’s easy, because the variables are already defined, and it’s informative. Before pushing start and you could at this pointthere is one thing I would point out to you. Start by opening up the file you made from the Tutorial.
In this case, the temperature we set for our reactor determines how much coolant is required and has a tuhorial effect on how well the column runs, and of course, it has 7.3 critical effect on the reaction itself. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Let’s go ahead and get the Liquid Percent while we are here.
On the Worksheet Page, you can see that currently the entire contents of the reactor are exiting via Reactor Prods Reactor Vent has zero flow at o F. With the addition of the appropriate text, your Spreadsheet should now look like this note, if tjtorial place an import incorrectly you must delete it from the Connections Page or using the secondary mouse button menu:.
That’s right girls and boys, the Spreadsheet and your profs complain you don’t pay attention — Well, actually they complain that you don’t come to class, but that is neither here nor there.
Speaking of which, go ahead and add for that cell the Variable Type: On the Reactions Page, you can see that the current Liquid Volume is ft 3 and that the current conversion in the reactor is That’s all we have to do for the Spreadsheet. I recommend that you now look at the results and try to analyze why they came out as they tutoorial and play with the various 3D graph controls tutorlal the secondary mouse button over the graph to bring up the menu.
Go ahead and open up the DataBook now under the Tools menu.
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Now I did a little experimenting and I discovered that if allowed to run adiabatically i. We’re done with the example. Now press Start on the Case Study. It doesn’t actually consider it a variable and hysy forbid you should actually want to use it for something. Instead of importing variables on the Connections Page, we are going to do it directly hyzys it may take just as long though, because of all the windows you’ll have to wade through to display the number you want.
Pick the Spreadsheet as the Object and B6: Blissfully, unaware that we just made a mistake, let us now proceed to doing something about the Conversion. Notify me of new comments via email.
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Email required Address never made public. Therefore we must make our own Conversion calculation. If you do not have such a file you may start from my version entitled ChemicalsEx.
First we need the Molar Flowrate of Propylene Oxide entering the reactor. Now we would like to explore that reaction a little more, from a plant design stand point. If you’ve worked with Aspen, you’ve probably done Sensitivity Runs.