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HYSYS Tutorial Control

HYSYS Tutorial Control

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CHEN 4570 Instrumentation & Process Control Spring 2005
Control System Development with HYSYS
This exercise provides a tutorial on the development of dynamic chemical process simulations using  AspenTech’s
 simulation software. The tutorial is based on implementing three conventional PID control loops on a single-stage flash drum unit for a multicomponent, nonideal feed stream. The steps in the development process are: 1) steady-state design and simulation 2) specifying dynamic characteristics of process equipment 3) switching the simulation over to dynamics mode 4) adding feedback controllers to the simulation 5) adding stripchart displays 6) carrying out dynamic tests and fitting transfer functions 7) tuning the controllers
1. Steady-state Design and Simulation
The process unit that is design, simulated and studied in this tutorial is a single-stage flash drum, as shown in the figure below.
FeedVapor OutletLiquidOutletFlash DrumFeedValveLiquidValveVapor Valve
 The feed specifications are Mass flow rate 5 kg/s Composition acetone 0.294 Pressure 20 psia (mass fraction) 2-propanol 0.484 Temperature 80
C water 0.222 The flash drum is to operate at atmospheric pressure, 14.7 psia. Pressure downstream of both vapor and liquid valves is 9.7 psia. With this information, you can create a steady-state simulation in HYSYS. Start by launching HYSYS and opening a new case, as shown below.
 You may find it best to use this document on-line while you are completing the tutorial, opened in  Acrobat Reader, rather than printing it out on a standard laser printer. In that way, you can see the colors.
CHEN 4570 Control System Development with HYSYS Page 2 The Simulation Basis Manager window will appear, and you click on the Add button to create a fluid package for the component set. Click the View button and the Component List View window will show. Enter acetone into the Match field and click the Add Pure button. Do the same for 2-propanol and water. Exit the Component List View by clicking on the in the upper righthand corner. Click on the Fluid Pkgs tab of the Basis Manager window.
CHEN 4570 Control System Development with HYSYS Page 3 Click on the Add button, as shown above. The Fluid Package window appears with the Setup tab selected. By scrolling down the Property Package Selection list, find the NRTL item and click on it. The NRTL (non-random, two-liquid) activity model is appropriate for our aqueous mixture. Click on the Close () button and return to the Simulation Basis Manager. Click on the Enter Simulation Environment and, with the mouse, manually “stretch” the PFD window to fill the available HYSYS window space.

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