Learn Aspen Plus in 24 Hours (Paperback)
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This self-learning guide shows how to start using Aspen Plus to solve chemical engineering problems quickly and easily
Discover how to solve challenging chemical engineering problems with Aspen Plus--in just 24 hours, and with no prior experience. Developed at McMaster University over a seven-year period, the book features visual guides to using detailed mathematical models for a wide range of chemical process equipment, including heat exchangers, pumps, compressors, turbines, distillation columns, absorbers, strippers, and chemical reactors.
Learn Aspen Plus in 24 Hours shows, step-by-step, how to configure and use Aspen Plus v9.0 and apply its powerful features to the design, operation, and optimization of safe, profitable manufacturing facilities. You will learn how to build process models and accurately simulate those models without performing tedious calculations. Divided into 12 two-hour lessons, the guide offers downloadable Aspen Plus simulation files and visual step-by-step guides.
- Contains a valuable index that lists software icons and commands used in the book
- Features helpful and time-saving links to instructional videos and technical content
- Instructs how to integrate your simulation with other supporting software such as Aspen Capital Cost Estimator, Aspen Energy Analyzer, and Microsoft Excel
- Written by an Aspen Plus power-user and leading researcher in chemical process simulations
About the Author
Thomas A. Adams II is an associate professor of chemical engineering at McMaster University. He serves as chair of the Systems and Control division of the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering