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Name of The Course EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling X1011 Design and Rate Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers EHY2511 Flare Network Design and Rating EHX131 Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design using Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical (Aspen Teams) EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamic Modeling Start Date End Date Place Chennai, India Chennai, India Chennai, India Chennai, India Chennai, India Chennai, India Cost INR 24600 INR 16400 INR 16400 INR 8200 INR 16400 INR 24600

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Name of The Course
EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics

Start Date
21-Oct-2013 24-Oct-2013

End Date
23-Oct-2013 25-Oct-2013 30-Oct-2013 01-Nov-2013

Place
Pune, India Pune, India Pune, India Pune, India

Cost
INR 24600 INR 16400 INR 24600 INR 16400

EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamic Modeling 28-Oct-2013 EHX1011 Design and Rate Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 31-Oct-2013

                 

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   Course Benefits  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.EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling  Course Overview   Learn to build. 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   Approach   Instruction on basic topics Experienced instructor will select an appropriate order in which to present the modules Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful simulations Instructor-guided demonstrations of features Hands-on workshops using examples from the petroleum processing industry Detailed course notes          Prerequisites A background in chemical engineering or industrial chemistry   Suggested Subsequent Courses   EHY121 Aspen HYSYS: Using Aspen Simulation Workbook EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics       .

recognize common problem areas in an Aspen HYSYS case. NGL Fractionation Train  Model distillation columns with the assistance of the Column Input Expert  Manipulate column specifications to better represent process constraints  Evaluate utility requirements using the Process Utility Manager  Workshop: Model a two column natural gas liquid (NGL) recovery plant Oil Characterization and HP Separation  Introduce Oil Characterization in Aspen HYSYS  Use the Aspen HYSYS Spreadsheet and Case Study functionality  Workshop: Use the Oil Environment to characterize a crude assay and then employ the Case Natural Gas Dehydration with TEG  Review the recommended methods to saturate single phase and two phase hydrocarbon streams  Discuss the implications of hydrate formation and the different means available to avoid hydrate problems  Model a typical TEG dehydration unit  Workshop: Model a typical TEG dehydration unit and determine water dew point for the dry gas. consistency errors.  Identify appropriate thermodynamic models for common processes  Use suggested tips to debug simulations and columns  Workshop: Troubleshoot existing Aspen HYSYS cases. Reporting in Aspen HYSYS  Create a variety of customized reports using newly added functionality in the Report Manager  Access free Excel utilities designed to extract simulation data  Use Aspen Simulation Workbook to deploy models in Microsoft Excel  Workshop: Use the Report Manager.EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling Course Agenda  Getting Started  Create and define a fluid package  Utilize the built-in expert system to choose an appropriate thermodynamic model  Select components. Rating Heat Exchangers  Review heat transfer calculation models in Aspen HYSYS  Configure a shell and tube heat exchanger to use a built-in Rating model  Integrate rigorous Exchanger Design and Rating (EDR) calculations into an Aspen HYSYS flowsheet  Workshop: Use a Rating model to determine if an existing heat exchanger will meet process specifications. use the hydrate utility to investigate the effects of methanol injection on hydrate inhibition. etc. Propane Refrigeration Loop  Add and connect operations to construct a simple flowsheet  Use the graphic interface to manipulate flowsheet objects and provide a clearer representation of the process  Understand how process information is propagated both forwards-and backwards  Convert simulation cases to templates  Workshop: Build and analyze a propane refrigeration loop simulation Refrigerated Gas Plant  Install and converge heat exchangers  Use logical operations: Adjust and Balance  Workshop: Model a simplified version of a refrigerated gas plant. Excel . design and rate a heat exchanger using the EDR interface inside Aspen HYSYS. Troubleshooting / Best Practices  Introduce best practices for product integration and automation  Investigate reasons why a simulation may produce poor results. including hypotheticals  Install streams and attach stream utilities  Customize the Workbook  Workshop: Introduce basic concepts necessary for creating simulations in Aspen HYSYS®.

          . supply tray dimensions  Discuss efficiencies for amine towers  Use the Set operation and the Spreadsheet  Workshop: Simulate a typical acid gas treating facility. utilities and Aspen Simulation Workbook to obtain custom reports. Aspen Technology. Two Stage Compression  Introduce the use of the recycle operation  Recognize suitable recycle locations  Implement performance curves for rotating equipment  Workshop: Utilize the recycle operation to build a two stage compression flowsheet. One CEU is granted for every 10 hours of class participation. define and activate compressor curves. Optional Topics Per Request Optional Topic: Acid Gas Sweetening  Simulate amine towers.3. Inc. Optional Topic: Liquid Natural Gas (LNG)  Use the LNG Exchanger operation to simulate multi-pass heat exchangers  Utilize the Sub-Flowsheet to build a modularized PFD  Model an LNG production process  Workshop: Simulate a typical LNG facility Appendix A: What’s New in Aspen HYSYS  Review the latest features introduced in Aspen HYSYS V7.® awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training and development activities conducted by our organization in accordance with the definition established by the International Association of Continuing Education & Training (IACET).Study and Spreadsheet operation to determine how the Gas Oil Ratio (GOR) varies with pressure. Appendix B: Pro/II Converter  Describe the key features of the new Pro/II file converter  Demonstrate workflow and identify existing limitations of the file conversion tool  Workshop: Use the new Pro/II Converter to create an Aspen HYSYS simulation based on an existing keyword file. Gas Gathering System  Simulate a gas gathering system located on varied terrain using the steady state capabilities of Aspen HYSYS  Workshop: Use the pipe segment and the Hydraulics subflowsheet to model a piping network in Aspen HYSYS.

including non-standard configurations Perform complex calculations on flowsheet variables using the Spreadsheet Realistically simulate separator carryover Optimize process conditions to meet one or more process constraints Integrate rigorous heat exchanger models into a standard flowsheet Define reaction sets and utilize different types of reactors Prerequisites  Attend EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling training course or have equivalent modeling experience Familiarity with Aspen HYSYS steady-state modeling concepts  Subsequent Courses    EHY221 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Dynamic Modeling EHY261 Aspen HYSYS: Heat Exchangers for Process Engineers EHY2102 Aspen HYSYS Petroleum Refining: Refinery Process Modeling and Optimization for Refinery Unit Operations Who Should Attend   Process engineers who need advanced skills for more complex modeling tasks R&D engineers and researchers using Aspen HYSYS for process synthesis.EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics  Course Overview  Learn how to use and apply advanced modeling techniques to enhance existing Aspen HYSYS flowsheets Approach     Instruction on basic topics Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful simulations Instructor-guided demonstrations of features A full set of detailed course notes on all topics is provided Course Benefits This course is designed to show you how to:       Create custom column templates. upgrade or modifications                 .

Spreadsheets and Case Studies  Use a spreadsheet to calculate a simplified profit for the Turbo Expander plant. Advanced Columns  Simulate columns that do not adhere to the usual configurations.  Workshop: Create a User Variable to report user defined quantities.  Workshop: Customize a column with a sizable heat exchanger. Optimization  Use the optimization feature in Aspen HYSYS to identify optimal operating conditions.  Workshop: Import and export variables to and from the Spreadsheet. add complex formulas. Use Aspen Simulation Workbook to create a custom interface. Customize the Workbook and PFD. set). Add Columns using the Input Expert.  Workshop: Estimate carryover based on vessel geometry and inlet conditions. Use the Case Study to evaluate flowsheet scenarios. Use stream property correlations. column. Dynamic Depressurization  Size and rate pressure safety valves to safely meet plant conditions using the Dynamic Depressuring utility. Heat Exchanger Rating  Convert an existing heat exchanger from a simple design model to a rigorous rating model.  Workshop: Model a simplified synthesis gas flowsheet using a variety of reactor types.  Workshop: Use the Dynamic Depressuring utility to size a blowdown valve for a vessel and size a PSV for a fire case.  Workshop: Use the Aspen HYSYS LNG Exchanger to simulate multi-pass exchangers. separator.  Workshop: Use Aspen Shell and Tube Exchanger as the rating engine for a heat exchanger inside Aspen HYSYS. Reactions  Specify equilibrium and conversion reactors using reaction sets defined in the simulation basis.  Workshop: Use the available optimization methods to maximize profit in a Turbo Expander plant flowsheet. Model an exit device to reduce liquid carryover.EHY202 Aspen HYSYS: Advanced Process Modeling Topics Course Agenda  Getting Started  Use core flowsheeting functionality to build a Turbo Expander plant flowsheet with a multi-pass exchanger and other key unit operations (heater. Modeling Real Separators  Model liquid/vapor carryover so that your model matches your process mass balance or separator design specification.   . Extending HYSYS Functionality  Demonstrate how automation can be used to increase the capabilities of Aspen HYSYS. Perform tray sizing and Rating calculations using the Tray Sizing utility.

strip charts. distillation column control. and process control theory  Properly define and adjust pressure flow specifications. pipeline hydraulics. compressor surge control.EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamic Modeling  Course Overview  Develop the skills and techniques required for creating and running dynamic simulations  Study items of interest in dynamic modeling such as vessel relief scenarios. column dynamics concepts. and pipeline hydraulics  Learn the best practices for transitioning from steady-state to dynamic modeling and discover shortcuts for efficient use of HYSYS Dynamics  Study the effectiveness of process safety measures for the implementation of ESD (Emergency Shutdown systems) through implementation of the Event Scheduler  Help justify operational changes and counter regulatory concerns to comply with regulations and product quality constraints for process operations Course Benefits  Explore your Dynamics model to introduce various real-life disturbances to a simulation and discover how different control strategies can mitigate these disturbance  Automate actions within a HYSYS Dynamics simulation by using the Event Scheduler tool  Learn pressure flow theory. and controller parameters  Discover techniques and “rules of thumb” for controller tuning Who Should Attend  Engineers with Aspen HYSYS experience  Engineers with no or limited previous experience in dynamic simulation Approach  Instruction on basic topics through presentation  Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful dynamic simulations    Instructor-guided demonstrations of features Hands-on workshops Detailed course notes Prerequisites  Familiarity with Aspen HYSYS steady-state modeling concepts and Aspen Simulation workbook or have attended EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling and EHY121 Building MS Excel User Interfaces for Aspen HYSYS Simulations Using Aspen Simulation Workbook .

and Spreadsheet Learn about dynamic pressure/flow specifications for various unit operations  Introduction to Event Scheduler manager Review the solving strategy and .EHY223 Aspen HYSYS Dynamics: Introduction to Dynamic Modeling Course Agenda Getting Started in Steady State    Define a fluid package Add streams and operations Converge and analyze steady state results  Learn the flow sheet shortcuts to rapidly build a steady state model to establish a functioning dynamic model Workshop: Introduction to the basic concepts necessary for creating. tray temperature and condenser pressure Explore the workflow to replace the column default kettle reboiler with a shell and tube heat exchanger Workshop: Set up a distillation column in steady state mode and transition back into dynamics     Transitioning from Steady State to Dynamics  Define dynamic pressure/flow specifications and equipment sizing data  Add controllers and build strip charts to capture key results and operating data to analyze the process variables  Explore flow sheet summary table to enter inputs and review preference settings to maintain file backup and data size  Workshop: Review the basic concepts of steady state modeling in HYSYS. Cause & Effect simulation Matrix. then convert the simulation into HYSYS Dynamics Pressure-Flow Theory    Column Pressure Relief  Replace the standard condenser unit operation with a detailed overhead system including an air cooled exchanger  Make necessary P/F (Pressure / Flow) specs for the overhead system  Further develop model-building techniques and best practices by adding operations and controllers in the dynamic mode  Install a relief valve for protection of the column overhead system  Workshop: Set up a customized distillation column overhead condenser system More detailed investigation of the required inputs for a HYSYS Dynamics The Event Scheduler. solving and analyzing simulations in Aspen HYSYS® Dynamic Column Modeling  Configure LNG column model in HYSYS Dynamics  Prepare the column for dynamic simulation using tray sizing utility to calculate the tray holdup volume details Develop an appropriate control strategy for the column reflux.

degrees of freedom analysis of HYSYS Dynamics  Learn about the HYSYS Dynamics Assistant. modify the control system and add a pressure relief valve to a simulation directly in Dynamic mode Compressor Curves and Surge Control  Specify head and efficiency curves for compressors  Use multiple curves to model compressor performance  Add Schedules and Build Sequences  Implement cause-and-event matrix  Create event conditions to activate valve actions  Workshop: Set up a fire scenario for a vessel and implement process safety measures Basic Control Theory  Learn the basics of process control theory including feedback and feed forward control  Discuss PID control action and options for tuning PID parameters Examine general guidelines for implementing appropriate control strategies   Workshop: Basic discussion on control Theory for Dynamic Simulations Dynamic User Variables and Profile Tables in excel     Learn how to work with user variables in HYSYS Dynamics to accumulate the flow passing through a process stream Add Profile Tables in excel to integrate HYSYS Dynamics simulations Workshop: Accumulate flow passing through relief valve Workshop: Create profile table using ASW for reporting Pipeline Hydraulics  Basics of Modeling Multiphase Flow in Pipelines  Pipeline Modeling Options in HYSYS  Review pipeline hydraulics calculation options in Aspen HYSYS . flow sheet color scheme and key shortcuts for building dynamic models  Workshop: Vary the pressure flow spec around vessels and valves to perform backflow flow calculation for flow profile Dynamic Details  Study valve characteristics and actuator parameters  Implement heat loss models for process vessels  Introduce nozzle location and hydrostatic head calculations  Discuss the dynamics Integrator settings  Workshop: Add operational details to an existing dynamic simulation to more accurately model real equipment Expanding the Model  Follow best practices for adding dynamic specifications. unit operations and controllers in the dynamic mode  Develop appropriate control strategies using split range and on-off controllers  Install a relief valve for vessel overpressure protection  Workshop: Add equipment.

generating pipeline profiles and identifying slug regions  Workshop: Configure and use the pigging operations. Implement a compressor surge control strategy to protect the equipment from potential damage                                    Explore Aspen Hydraulics to model pipeline hydraulics  Pig launching. Make changes and additions in Dynamic mode  Move Pressure-Flow specs when required  Accurately model existing plant equipment with Aspen HYSYS  Add anti-surge control to a compressor  Workshop: Apply performance curves to better represent the dynamic behavior of a compressor model. and launch pig using ASW .

EHX1011 Design and Rate Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Course Overview  Learn the thermal design of shell and tube heat exchangers and how to use simulation to solve real process problems.  Learn how to optimize work processes using Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger software.  Demonstration using AspenTech’s integrated heat exchanger software in conjunction with Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus to improve the performance of heat exchangers in the overall process Who Should Attend  Thermal and process design professionals wishing to enhance their understanding of thermal design and simulation New engineers wishing to gain experience in heat transfer and heat exchanger design  Approach  Instruction on basic heat transfer and heat exchanger design topics  Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful simulations  Use of Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger in design and simulation exercises covering typical examples in condensing and boiling  Application of Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger to exercises for thermal design.  Learn the fundamentals of producing a cost optimized exchanger design. checks and simulation of shell and tube exchangers  Detailed course notes  Learn how to embed a rigorous heat exchanger model into Aspen Simulation Workbook (Demonstration) Course Benefits   Learn the fundamentals of producing a cost optimized exchanger design Understand the requirements for design of boilers and condensers.  Understand the basic geometric selections required to establish a practical exchanger design and find out how to avoid tube vibration at the design phase.  . Integrate Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger with Aspen HYSYS® or Aspen Plus® Optimize for both mechanical and thermal design requirements through the integration of Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical (Aspen Teams® ) with Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger (demonstration)  This course assumes that Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger product is in use Prerequisites  Working knowledge of heat exchangers and heat transfer phenomena.

Set up the external inlet/outlet circuit.  Workshop: Analyze the Performance of Kettle Reboiler Study the Performance of Thermosiphon Reboiler Aspen Shell and Tube Exchanger.  Take steps to increase the flooding velocity to improve the design  Workshop: Design of a Reflux Condenser Monitoring Fouling Rate on a Shell and Tube Exchanger  Understand the TEMA Standards  Link a Maximum Fouling case to run a .EHX1011 Design and Rate Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Course Agenda Introduction Analyze the Performance of Kettle Reboiler    Introductions and course contents Workshop session descriptions Training objectives and benefits   Simulate a K shell. Enter liquid vapour only outlet nozzles.  Workshop: Checking an Oil Heater Check an existing heat exchanger to determine if the area ratio is capable of performing the specified heat transfer. Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Geometry  Workshop: Rating of the Falling Film Evaporator Design of a Reflux Condenser  Use Aspen Shell&Tube to design a reflux condenser. Add data at different pressure levels  Workshop: Study the Performance of Thermosiphon Reboiler Rating of the Falling Film Evaporator  Setup a falling film evaporator case  Demonstration on Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger operation  Workshop: Design Mode and Rate/Checking .Run Design mode and look at different designs. transfer a Design to a Rating/Checking case. look at the tube layout. What can it Do?  Recognize the features and functional capability of the Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger application  Design optimum exchanger configurations  Design processes which make effective use of heat exchangers   Operate processes effectively Trouble-shoot processes with problems    Simulate a thermosiphon reboiler.

awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training and development activities conducted by our organization in accordance with the definition established by the International Association of Continuing Education & Training (IACET).Rigorously design a heat exchanger to meet process requirements using the integration of Aspen Plus and Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger  Design a large heat exchanger. Review different Shell and head types scenario table in ASW  Workshop: Monitoring Fouling Rate on a Shell and Tube Exchanger Checking Double Pipe and Multitube Hairpin Performance  Efficiently use the Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger application to evaluate Singe phase exchangers.  Workshop: Design of Multiple Shell Exchanger Aspen Technology.Design a single-phase heat exchanger.Switch from a simple end point or weighted model to a rigorous Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger model  Integrate Aspen Plus with Aspen Shell and Tube . One CEU is granted for every 10 ho             . Condensers and Reboilers/vaporisers  Workshop: HP Boiler Feedwater Heater . Enter two phase conditions for stream data using property tables. requiring multiple shells. Input data using the Shell & Tube Exchanger interface. Specify fluid from component databank. Enter physical properties using multiple property options  Workshop: Debutanizer Overhead Condenser . Design of Multiple Shell Exchanger   Model Double Pipe Heat Exchanger Model Mulitube Hair Pin Exchanger  Workshop: Checking Double Pipe and Multitube Hairpin Performance Integration of Aspen Shell & Tube with Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus  Demonstration includes linking to the Aspen HYSYS® and Aspen Plus® process simulators  Integrate Aspen HYSYS with Aspen Shell and Tube .  Import property data from a Process Simulator Interface File (PSF).  Use the detailed geometry input items.Design a condenser. Inc.

 Review flare network simulation computation convergence problems and examine solver solution methods. and workshops are distributed  Lecture topics are reinforced with workshops throughout the day  Questions relating the course material to real life problems are encouraged    Prerequisites  A background in Refinery. velocity. RhoV2) & for pressure.  Understand the solver messages to analyze the flow network problems and review options to take corrective measures. divergent and looped systems.    Approach  Course notes containing lecture materials. examples.  Familiarity with the Aspen HYSYS graphical user interface or attended the ‘EHY101 Aspen HYSYS: Process Modeling Who Should Attend  Engineers new to Aspen Flare System Analyzer who need training to model flow networks  Engineers modeling flare systems and equipment .  Customize reports using MS excel macro  Import sources from Aspen Plus / Aspen HYSYS®. Noise.  Learn the basics for rating a flare convergent. temperature and flow profile throughout the network. MABP.  Review results to perform process safety studies for pressure & temperature beyond allowable range and erosion problems (RhoV2) for healthiness of the flow network in the real plant. upstream or petroleum engineering. divergent and looped network for the constraint violations (Mach number.EHY2511 Flare Network Design and Rating  Course Overview  Learn the fundamental flare network modeling techniques for pipeline design. Export and import data from the MS access and MS excel Course Benefits  Enables the attendees to develop flare network models for convergent.

Reporting in Aspen Flare System Analyzer      Evaluate ways to customize and format results reporting Use VB automation to customize model reports for pressure flow summary Become familiar with common Aspen Flare System Analyzer and Excel objects Customize report using Excel Macro Study PSV Sizing Options and Inlet Pipe Pressure Drop  Calculate the rated flow for the PSV using API’s methods Setup the Orifice Size for PSVs Calculate the Critical Pressure for PSVs Study the effect of back pressure on PSV sizing Calculate inlet pipe pressure drop for PSVs Workshop: Add customized reports to a flow sheet simulation model      Discussion on Additional Topics       Learn the best practices Understand Static Pressure and Total pressure Review energy balance crossing the valve Workshop: Setup the inlet piping pressure drop and sizing calculation for PSV Evaluate the effect of Kinetic Energy term on enthalpy calculation Review Mach number. Workshop: Using the Export/Import Wizards Merging two or more models or sections of a model into a larger model. .Sizing and building the pipe network. Workshop: Add Flare Tip Curves and Invoke Heat Transfer calculation.Implementing a rating check and improving the accuracy of the calculations. Using the Export/Import Functions    Merge multiple Aspen Flare System Analyzer files in to one single file Importing Data from Aspen HYSYS Perform Rigorous Rating and Redesign      Rigorous Rating and Redesign . Noise and RhoV2 calculations Workshop: Group Discussion on Student’s Query.Identifying and removing pipe constraints.EHY2511 Flare Network Design and Rating  Introduction to Aspen Flare System Analyzer  Review the Aspen Flare System Analyzer program capabilities  Identify typical uses and benefits of the program    Troubleshooting Models    Review flow sheet variables for messages Cleanup the components and correct selection of methods Review error messages for flash failure and make corrective actions  Demonstration of design methods using the program Review the requirements for building a simple Aspen Flare System Analyzer simulation model Implementing System Design Constraints   Review error messages for the flow problems due to high flow rate or flow restrictions    Review constraints and make sound engineering judgment Workshop: Take corrective action to resolve solver messages Workshop: Designing a Flare System . Debottlenecking . Add Flare Tip Curves and Invoke Heat Transfer calculation Workshop: Rigorous Rating and Redesign Implementing a rating check and improving the accuracy of the calculations.

conclusion and wrap up Add New Plant to an Existing Design  Determine if a new plant flare header can be tied into an existing flare system  Use Aspen Flare System Analyzer to evaluate the feasibility of a combined flare option.  Workshop: Modifying an Existing Design Evaluating the tie in feasibility of a new plant to an existing flare system.      .

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