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Heat transfer fluids in HYSYS Components list in the Basis Environment (Refrigerants via tab at bottom) Provided by the

Aspen HYSYS support site and modified by W.R. Wilcox, Clarkson University (October 14, 2005) These fluids are presumably used for adding or removing heat as liquids, although some might be boiled or condensed. Contact the manufacturers for more details. Abbreviation MT-IG-2* MT-PG-1* MT-503* THEOL-LT* THEOLD12* THEOL-44* THEOL-55* THEOL-59* THEOL-60* THEOL-66* THEOL-75* THEOLVP1* PathrmHE* PathrmNF* MritrmS* MritrmL* MritrmX* Hlcbn0.8* Hlcbn1.8* Hlcbn4.2* DTRM-A DTRM-G DTRM-Q DTRM-HT DTRM-LF DTRM-J Full Name Multitherm-IG-2 Multitherm-PG-1 Multitherm-503 Therminol-LT Therminol-D12 Therminol-44 Therminol-55 Therminol-59 Therminol-60 Therminol-66 Therminol-75 Therminol-VP1 Paratherm HE Paratherm NF MARLOTHERM SH MARLOTHERM LH MARLOTHERM X Halocarbon Oil 0.8 Halocarbon Oil 1.8 Halocarbon Oil 4.2 Dowtherm_A Dowtherm_G Dowtherm_Q Dowtherm_HT Dowtherm_LF Dowtherm_J Manufacturer (click on cell) Composition Single Cut Paraffinic Hydrocarbon White Mineral Oil Base Synthetic White Mineral Oil Alkyl Substituted Aromatic Synthetic Hydrocarbon Mixture Modified Ester Based Fluid Synthetic Hydrocarbon Mixture Alkyl Substituted Aromatic Polyaromatic Compounds Modified Polyphenyl Polyphenyl Eutectic Bipheny & Diphenyl Oxide Single Cut Paraffinic Hydrocarbon White Mineral Oil Base Mixture of isomeric dibenzyltoluenes Mixture of isomeric benzyltoluenes Alkyl Benzenes Low MW polymers of chlorotrifluoroethylene. Number is viscosity in cSt at 100F. Norm boil pt (oC) 436 361 329 181 193 363 351 289 329 341 383 257 415 346 390 280 181 133 195 225 257 288 267 344 273 181

Multitherm

Solutia Paratherm

Sasol

Halocarbon

Dow

Synthetic organics

Permissible Operating Range 10 to 550 F

-100 to 600F -120 to 450F -15 to 550F -50 to 600F

175 to 725F

-70 to 300C >-129C >-93C >-73C 20 to 400C 0 to 370C -25 to 320C 0 to 340C -70 to 310C

Possible refrigerants in HYSYS Components list in the Basis Environment Provided by the Aspen HYSYS support site and modified by W.R. Wilcox, Clarkson University (October 14, 2005) These fluids are presumably used for removing heat by evaporation not far from the normal boiling point. They would subsequently be compressed and cooled to liquify them, before being recycled. Caution should be exercised using flammable or toxic compounds. Fluorinated hydrocarbons may be prohibited to avoid destruction of Earth's ozone layer. Sim Name Full Name/Synonym Formula Refrig-11 Refrig-11 CCl3F Refrig-12 Refrig-12 CCl2F2 Refrig-13 Refrig-13 CClF3 Refrig-14 Refrig-14 CF4 Refrig-22 Refrig-22 CHClF2 Refrig-23 Refrig-23 CHF3 Refrig-50 Refrig-50 CH4 Refrig-113 Refrig-113 C2Cl3F3 Refrig-114 Refrig-114 C2Cl2F4 Refrig-170 Refrig-170 C2H6 Refrig-290 Refrig-290 C3H8 Refrig-500 Refrig-500 unknown Refrig-502 Refrig-502 unknown Refrig-503 Refrig-503 unknown Refrig-600 Refrig-600 C4H10 Refrig-702 Refrig-702 H2 Refrig-704 Refrig-704 He Refrig-717 Refrig-717 NH3 Refrig-718 Refrig-718 H2O Refrig-720 Refrig-720 Ne Refrig-728 Refrig-728 N2 Refrig-729 Refrig-729 <Unknown> Refrig-732 Refrig-732 O2 Refrig-740 Refrig-740 Ar Refrig-744 Refrig-744 CO2 Refrig-1150 Refrig-1150 C2H4 Refrig-1270 Refrig-1270 C3H6 Refrig-13B1 Refrig-13B1 CBrF3 Refrig-142b Refrig-142b C2H3ClF2 Refrig-152a Refrig-152a C2H4F2 Refrig-600a Refrig-600a C4H10 Refrig-702a Refrig-702a H2 Refrig-113 Refrigerant_113 C2Cl3F3 C5-F-Ethane Refrigerant_125 C2HF5 12-FluoroC2 Refrigerant_152 C2H4F2 2-Cl-111-FC2 Refrigerant_133a C2H2ClF3 1112-F-C2 Refrigerant_134a C2H2F4 13-ClHexaFC3 Refrigerant_216ca C3Cl2F6 Norm boil pt (oC) 24 -30 -81 -128 -41 -82 -162 48 4 -89 -42 -34 -45 -88 -1 -253 -269 -33 100 -246 -196 -195 -183 -186 -79 -104 -48 -58 -10 -25 -12 -253 48 -48 11 6 -26 36