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CHEMCAD

Advanced process simulation software favored worldwide by Owner-Operators, Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Companies, Equipment Manufacturers and Research Institutes. 

The ideal intuitive, customizable graphic interface for your workflow.

Amplify your organization’s chemical engineering expertise to increase your productivity and profitability.

→ Design New Processes / Model Existing Processes

→ Process Optimization

→ Debottleneck Existing Processes

→ HAZOP Analysis / Environmental Analysis

→ Economic Feasibility Studies

→ Control System Design

→ Day-to-Day Engineering Calculations

→ Equipment Design and Rating

→ Scale-Up / Scale-Down

→ Utility System Design

→ Physical Property Database

  • Over 2,000 Pure Components from DIPPR
  • Property Estimation Tools
  • Define Custom Components / Property Regression

→ Thermodynamic Model Library

  • K-Values by EoS g E and Others
  • Enthalpy by Latent Heat EoS and Others
  • Electrolytes
  • BIP Regression

→ Mixture Properties

  • Bubble/Dew Points
  • Vapor-Liquid-Liquid-Solid Equilibria
  • Enthalpy, Density and Transport Properties (Viscosity, Thermal Conductivity etc.)

→ Distillation

→ VLE and VLLE Flash

→ Heat Exchanger

→ Reactor

→ Compressor / Expander

→ Pump

→ Solids Handling

→ Vessel

→ Pipe Simulator

→ Control Valve

→ PID Controller

→ Custom (MS-Excel, VBA, C++)

→ Steady State

  • Sequential / Simultaneous Flowsheet Calculation
  • Pressure Driven Simulation
  • Flexible Flowsheet Tolerances
  • Data Maps to/from MS-Excel
  • Unlimited Flowsheet Size
  • Run Single Units, Unit Groups, Recycles, or All

→ Dynamics

  • Full Dynamic Flowsheeting
  • Online, Real-Time Display of Results during Calculation

→ Analysis

  • SQP Based Process Optimizer / Single and Multiple Objective Function
  • Sensitivity Analysis

→ Rigorous Equipment Sizing Routines for:

  • Heat Exchangers
  • Tray and Packed Columns
  • Pipes
  • Pressure Vessels
  • Control Valves
  • Safety Relief Devices

→ Parallel Computing

→ Costing/Economics

→ Data Regression

→ Data Reconciliation

→ OPC Interface

→ .NET Interface

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Learn  how our process simulator guides you intuitively through detailed system design, analysis and reporting. 

Introducing

You choose the complexity

Create simulations starting from a five minute model to a flowsheet with the desired level of detail.

Introducing

CHEMCAD NXT

Build multiple- objective function optimizations and user defined objective functions easier. Parallelize on multiple levels across all your CPU cores with CHEMCAD NXT.

STEADY STATE 

  • Design new processes, or rate processes in a steady state.
  • Includes libraries of chemical components, thermodynamic methods and unit operations

DYNAMICS

  • Design or rate dynamic processes.
  • Operability check-out, PID loop tuning, operator training, even online process control and soft sensor functionality.

THERM

  • Design heat exchangers or rate existing exchangers
  • Perform “what if” calculations for shell-and-tube, plate-and-frame, air-cooled, and double-pipe exchangers.

BATCH

  • Design or rate a batch distillation columns
  • Optimize batch operation, minimize intermediate “slop” cuts, and increase productivity.

SAFETY NET

  • Design or rate piping networks or safety relief devices/systems.
  • Combine the two-phase rigorous relief device, pressure drop, physical property, and phase equilibrium calculation.

FLASH

  • Perform rigorous calculation of physical properties and phase equilibrium (VLE, LLE, VLLE) for pure components and mixtures.
  • Predict and regress component properties.

We will help you to determine the best solution to meet your needs.

Broaden your capabilities and maximize your workflow. 

Are you working with CHEMCAD NXT yet?

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All Chemstations Europe customers benefit from free and unlimited support. Get in touch with our exceptional support engineers by phone, email or our support platform.

Academic Institutions

We offer universities the same process simulation technology used by our industrial customers worldwide. We believe, with this approach, young professionals can acquire industry-relevant skills and enhance their employability.

The full software suite or individual modules are available for universities that would like to use CHEMCAD for undergraduate and graduate education.

Learn more about the licensing options for Academic Institutions, CHEMCAD Seminars for academic staff members, or request an offer.

Chemstations Europe GmbH has always been supporting academic teachers with innovative solutions to aid the education of young engineers.  With the outbreak of the pandemic, we have put all our efforts into developing an online alternative to in-person exercises and exams for every teacher working with CHEMCAD.  Contact us for details. 

5 Minutes to complex

Create simulations flexibly by deciding what level of detail to include. 

 

Distillation

5 Minute Model
Adding Model Details
Complex Model
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Heat Exchanger

5 Minute Model
Adding Model Details
Complex Model
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Reactor

5 Minute Model
Adding Model Details
Complex Model
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Piping

5 Minute Model
Adding Model Details
Complex Model
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Seminars

Our seminars are ideal for interactive and practical learning with a small group size of 4-6 participants.

We offer basic, advanced and special seminars: online and in-house.

  • Basic seminars are suitable for newcomers as well as beginners with first knowledge of process simulation software.
  • Advanced seminars aim to extend basic knowledge, therefore initial knowledge of CHEMCAD is recommended.

  • Special seminars, such as CC-DYNAMICS and “Distillation Design in CHEMCAD” or the seminar “Pinch Technology for Heat Integration in CHEMCAD” are held once a year and/or on request.

Expand your knowledge

When you attend Chemstations' seminar, expect to be motivated, energized, and ready to go back to work applying new skills you learned from our exceptional instructors.  

Schedule your in-house seminar

We'll bring individual solutions for your company's internal focal points when working with CHEMCAD.

2022 Seminars

14.-15.09.2022
CHEMCAD Grundlagenseminar
2 Tage
Deutsch
08.-09.11.2022
CHEMCAD Basic Seminar
2 days
English
17.11.2022
Thermodynamics Models in CHEMCAD and Parameter Estimation
1 day
English
22.-23.11.2022
Distillation Design in CHEMCAD
2 half days
English
24.11.2022
Pinch Technology for Heat Integration in CHEMCAD
1 half day
English
06.-07.12.2022
CHEMCAD Grundlagenseminar
2 Tage
Deutsch
08.12.2022
Simulation von Batchkolonnen mit CHEMCAD NXT BATCH
1 half day
Deutsch

Book your place early for our best price guaranteed

If you have missed a booking deadline and still wish to attend a particular seminar

2022 Seminars

CHEMCAD Grundlagenseminar 2 Tage

Date: 14.-15.09.2022

Time: 09:00-16:00 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: German

Frank Ramhold

Early Bird: 1.750,00 € /netto for bookings before 14.09.2022

Standard: 2.000,00 € /netto

Die Teilnahmegebühr wird erst nach Rechnungsstellung fällig.

Im CHEMCAD Grundlagen Seminar erarbeiten Sie sich den Umgang mit der Software. Dazu erlernen Sie anhand typischer verfahrenstechnischer Probleme die Umsetzung in CHEMCAD.

Der Einstieg erfolgt mit einfachen Problemen wie Drosselung von Dampf bzw. Luft oder Siedekurven, um dann an Beispielen die wichtigsten UNIT OPERATIONS von CHEMCAD kennenzulernen und auszutesten. Außerdem werden Sie feststellen können, wie leicht CHEMCAD auf Ihre Wünsche anpassbar ist und wie flexibel das Einbinden externer Daten über den Datenaustausch mit MS-Excel ist.

Die hydraulische Auslegung einer Destillationskolonne und der Einfluss der Wahl der richtigen Thermodynamik bilden den Einstieg und den Schwerpunkt des 2. Tages. Außerdem lernen Sie Strategien zum Aufbau komplexerer Flowsheets kennen.

Die Optimierung der Prozesse, aber auch Problemlösungen bei Konvergenzschwierigkeiten und das Finden einer sinnvollen Lösung erlernen Sie anhand von Beispielen, welche dann von Ihnen durchgeführt werden. Insgesamt werden Sie über 20 Flowsheets erstellt haben, die als Grundlage für Ihr weiteres Arbeiten mit CHEMCAD

Tag 1

9.00 - 10.00

Nutzung der Stoffdatenbank, Gleichgewichtskurven

Struktur der Simulationssoftware, Aufbau eines einfachen Flowsheets

Datentransfer zwischen MS-Excel und CHEMCAD

10.00 - 10.10

PAUSE

10.10 – 11:10

Arbeiten mit Vorlagen

Dokumentation von Flowsheets

Ergebnisdarstellung

Parameterstudien und -optimierung mit der Sensitivity Study

11:10 – 11:20

PAUSE

11:20 - 12:20

Datenimport und -export von und nach MS-Excel

Auswahl und Optimierung von Kältemitteln einer Wärmepumpe

12:20 – 13:00

PAUSE

13:00 – 14:00

Vergleich von verschiedenen thermodynamischen Modellen

Optimierungen und Durchtesten von Fallstudien

Rückführungen und schneiden von Strömen

Beschleunigung der Konvergenzen

Methanolsynthese, Flash, Linde-Verfahren

14:00 - 14:10

PAUSE

14:10 - 15:00

Zielwertsuche (Controller) am Beispiel des Kv-Wertes von Ventilen

·        Druckverluste in Rohrleitungen

Pinchpoint

15:00 - 15:10

PAUSE

15:10 - 16:00

Rohrnetzwerke

Wiederholungen, Diskussion, offene Fragen

Tag 2

9.00 - 10.00

Destillation: Thermodynamik der Phasengleichgewichte

Hilfestellung bei der geeigneten Modellwahl durch CHEMCAD

·        VLE-Gleichgewichtsdiagramme, Siede-Tau-Diagramme, Azeotrope,
Aktivitätskoeffizienten, NRTL (BIP-Anpassung), UNIFAC, u.a.

10.00 - 10.10

PAUSE

10.10 – 11:10

Bilanzierung zur Destillation

·        Möglichkeiten der Destillationsberechnung in CHEMCAD

11:10 – 11:20

PAUSE

11:20 - 12:20

hydraulische Auslegung der Kolonne

Optimierung und Kostenrechnung

Kurzvorstellung von CC-BATCH

12:20 – 13:00

PAUSE

13:00 – 14:00

Strukturelle Vorgehensweise zum Aufbau komplexer Flowsheets

Gleichzeitige Nutzung verschiedener Thermodynamik in einem Flowsheet

LLE-Gleichgewichte, Dreiecksdiagramme

14:00 - 14:10

PAUSE

14:10 - 15:00

Extraktion mit Regenerierung und Kreislaufschaltung

Absorption: Vergleich CHEMCAD und Technikumsanlage

15:00 - 15:10

PAUSE

15:10 - 16:00

Ausblick und Eingehen auf die firmenspezifischen Wünsche

MS-Excel-VBA und CC,

Dynamische Simulation

Kolonnenprofile zur Ermittlung des optimalen Einlaufbodens und
Auswahl von Regelungsstrategien bei sehr reinen Stoffen erstellen

 

 

Stornierungsbedingungen: Stornierungen müssen schriftlich, per Brief oder E-Mail erfolgen. Bis 21 Tage vor Seminarbeginn ist die Stornierung kostenfrei. Ab 21 Tage bis 3 Tage vor Seminarbeginn werden 80% der Teilnahmegebühr berechnet. Danach werden 100% der Teilnahmegebühr in Rechnung gestellt.
Alternativ können Sie einen Ersatzteilnehmer aus Ihrem Unternehmen benennen.

CHEMCAD Basic Seminar 2 days

Date: 08-09.11.2022

Time: 09:00-17:00 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: English

Jürgen Rarey

Early Bird: 1.750,00 € /net* for bookings before 08.1o.2022

Standard: 2.000,00 € /net*

No payments are required when making a booking. We will send you an invoice when your place is confirmed.

CHEMCAD Basics seminar is aimed at new CHEMCAD users, as well as users with previous knowledge of process simulation software.

The topics include separation processes, thermodynamic models, aezotropic behaviour, sensitivity studies, dynamic simulation and simulation of other basic process components such as chemical reactors and heat exchangers.

A great part of the seminar consists of practical workshops to let participants become familiar with the user interface and basic workflows of CHEMCAD.

 

The first day introduces the major elements and some typical workflows with a special focus on separation processes involving the vapor and liquid phase such as the 2-phase flash and distillation.

Basic thermodynamic concepts are covered together with the most important gE-models and equations of state. Due to the importance in distillation, some general rules and simplifications concerning azeotropic behavior as well as options for the separation of close-boiling or azeotropic mixtures are discussed.

The greatest part of the day is occupied by workshop examples to let the participants become familiar with the user interface and the basic workflows of CHEMCAD.

1st day

9.00 - 11.00

Welcome, introduction

CHEMCAD – elements, user interface, symbols

Entering and editing a simple flowsheet

Component selection (Components) (Data Bank)

Physical property data input (Properties)

Unit operations and streams (Streams)

Flowsheet calculation

Workshop Film Flash-Gas Scrubbing

11.00 - 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 - 12.00

Examining results, convergence

Presenting results, Excel report

12.00 - 13.00

Lunch Break

13.00 - 14.00

Pure component and mixture behavior basics

14.00 - 14.45

Entering user components and pure component data regression

Property analysis and VLE data regression (guided workshop)

14.45 - 15.00

Coffee break

15.00 - 16.30

Chemical thermodynamics of mixture behavior

Azeotropic behavior

Options to separate close-boiling or azeotropic mixtures

2nd day

The second day covers a variety of topics, mostly in form of practical workshops starting with important tools like sensitivity studies, optimization controller and data reconciliation.

After brief hands-on introductions to dynamic simulation and batch distillation, final workshops on distillation and column sizing and a session on mixture VLE estimation conclude the course.

9.00 - 11.00

Sensitivity studies

Optimization

Controller

11.00 - 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 - 12.00

Data Reconciliation

12.00 - 13.00

Lunch Break

13.00 - 14.00

Dynamic simulation example and workshop (tank filling)

14.00 - 14.45

Introduction to CC-Batch (batch distillation)

14.45 - 15.00

Coffee break

15.00 - 17.00

Rate based models in SCDS column

Column sizing for tray and packed columns (Sherwood – Eckert, Billet – Schultes, Bravo – Fair)

Property estimation
(Joback, UNIFAC, mod. UNIFAC, PSRK (UNIFAC Consortium))

Booking Terms:
Cancellations must be sent in writing, by letter or e-mail. Cancellations are free of charge up to 21 days before the start of the seminar.

Overview of cancellation fees:
– From 21 days up to 3 days before the seminar; we will charge you 80% of the participation fee
– Thereafter we will charge you 100% of the participation fee
Alternatively, you can nominate a substitute participant from your company.

Thermodynamic Models in CHEMCAD and Parameter Estimation

Date: 17.11.2022

Time: 09:00-16:00 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: English / optional German

Jürgen Rarey

Early Bird: 1.000,00 € /net* for bookings before 17.10.2022

Standard: 1.250,00 € / net*

No payments are required when making a booking. We will send you an invoice when your place is confirmed.

The selection of an appropriate thermodynamic model and choice of parameters is of great importance for process simulation and many novice users of CHEMCAD are insecure about the right choice.The course will briefly introduce the most common models for the description of pure component and mixture properties with their specific range of applicability.

Different estimation methods together with their strengths and limitations will be introduced (Joback, …, UNIFAC, mod. UNIFAC, …).

Various processes will be discussed with respect to model selection and parameter estimation or regression and most common mistakes will be exemplified.

In most cases, only a limited portion of the model parameters is crucial for a design, while many others have relatively little influence on the results. The course will train different strategies to adequately address these issues.

The seminar can also be held in German.

 

9:00 – 11:00 am

Introduction                          

Different models for the description of pure component and mixture behaviour – theory, scope, and limitations

11:00 – 11:15 am

break

11:15 – 13:00 pm

Data sources, parameter regression and estimation

Process sensitivity to parameter values, more and less relevant parameters

13:00 – 14:00 pm

Lunch break

14:00 – 16:00 pm

Workshop: Choosing and verifying models for different mixtures and applications

Final discussion, open questions

   

 

 

 

Booking Terms:
Cancellations must be sent in writing, by letter or e-mail. Cancellations are free of charge up to 21 days before the start of the seminar.

Overview of cancellation fees:
– From 21 days up to 3 days before the seminar; we will charge you 80% of the participation fee
– Thereafter we will charge you 100% of the participation fee
Alternatively, you can nominate a substitute participant from your company.

Distillation Design in CHEMCAD 2 days

Date: 22-23.11.2022

Time: 09:00-13:30 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: English / optional German

Jürgen Rarey

Early Bird: 1.000,00 € /net* for bookings before 22.10.2022

Standard: 1.250,00 € / net*

No payments are required when making a booking. We will send you an invoice when your place is confirmed.

The course covers the design of binary and multicomponent distillation mostly based on the book “Distillation Design” by Henry Z. Kister.

The McCabe-Thiele method is shortly reviewed and applied to identify the optimum feed location, different types of pinches and the effect of cooling and heating on column stages, effect of more than 1 feed, sidedraws, ….

In case of multicomponent distillation of non-ideal mixtures, design boundaries (minimum number of stages, minimum reflux ratio) are difficult to determine, as simple short-cut methods (Underwood, Gilliland, Fenske) are useful only for relatively ideal mixtures.
To visualize the operating conditions and identify correct feed location, reflux ratio, …, graphical methods based on the results of multicomponent rigorous column simulations are introduced and discussed (Hengstebeck-, Key Ratio- and d/b-Plots).

An Excel macro (VBA source code) program is provided as part of the course material, that can generate these diagrams automatically from the column profile output in CHEMCAD.

The diagrams allow to easily identify mis located feed points, wrong thermal state of the feed, excessive reflux or reboil and and allow to identify cases, where additional feeds or side-draws or intermediate heat exchangers are attractive.

A short outlook is given on similar methods for extraction (Hunter-Nash) and combined balance line construction in extraction-distillation combinations (example: QVF-process for acetic acid recovery (De Dierich).

The seminar can also be held in German.

Agenda

1st day  

9:00 – 11:00

Introduction                          

Modelling of VLE and VLLE in a nutshell

Azeotropic behaviour and infinite dilution activity coefficients

Distillation modelling via the equilibrium stage approach

Single and multiple stage equipment, different configurations

Stripping and rectifying, mass balance and McCabe-Thiele (binary)

11:00 – 11:30

break

11:30 – 13:30

Workshop: McCabe-Thiele from simulation result profile

Short introduction to Excel-VBA

Workshop: McCabe-Thiele VBA-macro

Optimum feed stage and pinching, cure pinching

Minimum reflux ratio and tangent pinch

Complex columns (> 1  feed, intermediate cooling or heating)

Agenda

2nd day   

9:00 – 10:30

Multicomponent columns and key components

Component lumping

Interpreting composition and temperature profiles

Hengstebeck-, key-ratio- and d/b-plots from simulation result profile 

Interpretation:

Pinching in multicomponent columns

Retrograde distillation

Optimum feed location

10:30 – 11:00

break

11:00 – 12:30

Workshop: Hengstebeck-, key-ratio- and d/b-plots in Excel

Column profile in ternary diagrams, distillation and residual curves, distillation fields. Balance lines and mixing points.

Application examples

Final discussion, open questions

Booking Terms:
Cancellations must be sent in writing, by letter or e-mail. Cancellations are free of charge up to 21 days before the start of the seminar.

Overview of cancellation fees:
– From 21 days up to 3 days before the seminar; we will charge you 80% of the participation fee
– Thereafter we will charge you 100% of the participation fee
Alternatively, you can nominate a substitute participant from your company.

Pinch Technology for Heat Integration in CHEMCAD

Date: 24.11.2022

Time: 15:00-18:30 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: English / optional German

Jürgen Rarey

Early Bird: 750,00 € /net* for bookings before 24.10.2022

Standard: 1.000,00 € / net*

No payments are required when making a booking. We will send you an invoice when your place is confirmed.

Besides Exergy Analysis, Pinch Technology is routinely applied to assess the potential of heat integration in chemical processes. It is especially appealing as it provides an easy to use graphical method to integrate lower value heating (low pressure steam, boiler feedwater) or cooling (water) utilities.

In addition, the composite and grand composite curves and process and utility pinches can suggest minor changes in process design (e.g. column pressures) that can significantly increase energy saving potential.

The course features an introduction to Pinch Technology and application using several examples in CHEMCAD.

In practice, the heat integration potential is then realized by the construction of a heat exchanger network (HEN) based on the maximum energy recovery (MER) and the minimum number of heat exchangers. This is not part of this short course.

The seminar can also be held in German.

 

 

15:00 – 17:00

Introduction  

Basics and implementation of pinch technology in CHEMCAD 

Understanding and using the Composite and Grand Composite Curve                    

17:00 – 17:15

break

17:15 – 18:30

Workshop

Applying the Pinch Technology concept to a variety of chemical process examples

discussion, open questions

 

 

 

 

Booking Terms:
Cancellations must be sent in writing, by letter or e-mail. Cancellations are free of charge up to 21 days before the start of the seminar.

Overview of cancellation fees:
– From 21 days up to 3 days before the seminar; we will charge you 80% of the participation fee
– Thereafter we will charge you 100% of the participation fee
Alternatively, you can nominate a substitute participant from your company.

CHEMCAD Grundlagenseminar 2 Tage

Date: 06-07.12.2022

Time: 09:00-16:00 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: German

Frank Ramhold

Early Bird: 1.750,00 € /netto for bookings before 16.11.2022

Standard: 2.000,00 € /netto

Die Teilnahmegebühr wird erst nach Rechnungsstellung fällig.

Im CHEMCAD Grundlagen Seminar erarbeiten Sie sich den Umgang mit der Software. Dazu erlernen Sie anhand typischer verfahrenstechnischer Probleme die Umsetzung in CHEMCAD.

Der Einstieg erfolgt mit einfachen Problemen wie Drosselung von Dampf bzw. Luft oder Siedekurven, um dann an Beispielen die wichtigsten UNIT OPERATIONS von CHEMCAD kennenzulernen und auszutesten. Außerdem werden Sie feststellen können, wie leicht CHEMCAD auf Ihre Wünsche anpassbar ist und wie flexibel das Einbinden externer Daten über den Datenaustausch mit MS-Excel ist.

Die hydraulische Auslegung einer Destillationskolonne und der Einfluss der Wahl der richtigen Thermodynamik bilden den Einstieg und den Schwerpunkt des 2. Tages. Außerdem lernen Sie Strategien zum Aufbau komplexerer Flowsheets kennen.

Die Optimierung der Prozesse, aber auch Problemlösungen bei Konvergenzschwierigkeiten und das Finden einer sinnvollen Lösung erlernen Sie anhand von Beispielen, welche dann von Ihnen durchgeführt werden. Insgesamt werden Sie über 20 Flowsheets erstellt haben, die als Grundlage für Ihr weiteres Arbeiten mit CHEMCAD

Tag 1

9.00 - 10.00

Nutzung der Stoffdatenbank, Gleichgewichtskurven

Struktur der Simulationssoftware, Aufbau eines einfachen Flowsheets

Datentransfer zwischen MS-Excel und CHEMCAD

10.00 - 10.10

PAUSE

10.10 – 11:10

Arbeiten mit Vorlagen

Dokumentation von Flowsheets

Ergebnisdarstellung

Parameterstudien und -optimierung mit der Sensitivity Study

11:10 – 11:20

PAUSE

11:20 - 12:20

Datenimport und -export von und nach MS-Excel

Auswahl und Optimierung von Kältemitteln einer Wärmepumpe

12:20 – 13:00

PAUSE

13:00 – 14:00

Vergleich von verschiedenen thermodynamischen Modellen

Optimierungen und Durchtesten von Fallstudien

Rückführungen und schneiden von Strömen

Beschleunigung der Konvergenzen

Methanolsynthese, Flash, Linde-Verfahren

14:00 - 14:10

PAUSE

14:10 - 15:00

Zielwertsuche (Controller) am Beispiel des Kv-Wertes von Ventilen

·        Druckverluste in Rohrleitungen

Pinchpoint

15:00 - 15:10

PAUSE

15:10 - 16:00

Rohrnetzwerke

Wiederholungen, Diskussion, offene Fragen

Tag 2

9.00 - 10.00

Destillation: Thermodynamik der Phasengleichgewichte

Hilfestellung bei der geeigneten Modellwahl durch CHEMCAD

·        VLE-Gleichgewichtsdiagramme, Siede-Tau-Diagramme, Azeotrope,
Aktivitätskoeffizienten, NRTL (BIP-Anpassung), UNIFAC, u.a.

10.00 - 10.10

PAUSE

10.10 – 11:10

Bilanzierung zur Destillation

·        Möglichkeiten der Destillationsberechnung in CHEMCAD

11:10 – 11:20

PAUSE

11:20 - 12:20

hydraulische Auslegung der Kolonne

Optimierung und Kostenrechnung

Kurzvorstellung von CC-BATCH

12:20 – 13:00

PAUSE

13:00 – 14:00

Strukturelle Vorgehensweise zum Aufbau komplexer Flowsheets

Gleichzeitige Nutzung verschiedener Thermodynamik in einem Flowsheet

LLE-Gleichgewichte, Dreiecksdiagramme

14:00 - 14:10

PAUSE

14:10 - 15:00

Extraktion mit Regenerierung und Kreislaufschaltung

Absorption: Vergleich CHEMCAD und Technikumsanlage

15:00 - 15:10

PAUSE

15:10 - 16:00

Ausblick und Eingehen auf die firmenspezifischen Wünsche

MS-Excel-VBA und CC,

Dynamische Simulation

Kolonnenprofile zur Ermittlung des optimalen Einlaufbodens und
Auswahl von Regelungsstrategien bei sehr reinen Stoffen erstellen

Stornierungsbedingungen: Stornierungen müssen schriftlich, per Brief oder E-Mail erfolgen. Bis 21 Tage vor Seminarbeginn ist die Stornierung kostenfrei. Ab 21 Tage bis 3 Tage vor Seminarbeginn werden 80% der Teilnahmegebühr berechnet. Danach werden 100% der Teilnahmegebühr in Rechnung gestellt.
Alternativ können Sie einen Ersatzteilnehmer aus Ihrem Unternehmen benennen.

CHEMCAD & BATCH Destillation

Date: 08.12.2022

Time: 09:00-12:30 Berlin Time

Location: Online

Language: German

Frank Ramhold

Early Bird: 750,00 € /netto* for bookings before 08.11.2022

Standard: 1.000,00 € / netto*

Die Teilnahmegebühr wird erst nach Rechnungsstellung fällig.

CHEMCAD bietet mächtige Werkzeuge zur Simulation, Analyse und Optimierung von Batch Destillationen.

In diesem Kurs wird gezeigt, wie man von den Rückstandskurven für offene Systeme ohne Rücklauf zu den für die Praxis relevanteren Destillationskurven kommt.
Es werden Batch Fahrweisen mit konstantem Rücklauf, konstanter Destillattemperatur und kombinierte Fahrweisen zur Minimierung der Batch Zeit diskutiert.

Anhand von Beispielen wird das enorme Einsparpotential für Zeit und Energie aufgezeigt.

Rückstandskurven können standardmäßig in CHEMCAD generiert werden.

Allerdings nur für den einfachen Batch.

In diesem Kurs werden Möglichkeiten für die Erweiterung dieses Konzeptes für Kolonnen erarbeitet. Damit können jetzt auch die wesentlich spannenderen Destillationskurven berechnet werden.

Neben der Fahrweise mit konstantem Rücklauf, bzw. konstanter Temperatur hat sich eine 3. Fahrweise nach dem Minimum Time Problem etabliert.

Anhand von Beispielen wird das Einsparpotential von bis zu 20 % der Zeit aufgezeigt.

 Agenda

9.00 - 10.00

Rückstandskurven und Destillationskurven

10.00 - 10.10

PAUSE

10.10 – 11:10

Fahrmöglichkeiten einer Batchkolonne,

Konzept: Minimum Time Problem

11:10 – 11:20

PAUSE

11:20 - 12:20

Optimierung des Prozesses

Wiederholungen, Diskussion, Fragen

Stornierungen müssen schriftlich, per Brief oder E-Mail erfolgen. Bis 21 Tage vor Seminarbeginn ist die Stornierung kostenfrei. Ab 21 Tage bis 3 Tage vor Seminarbeginn werden 80% der Teilnahmegebühr berechnet. Danach werden 100% der Teilnahmegebühr in Rechnung gestellt.
Alternativ können Sie einen Ersatzteilnehmer aus Ihrem Unternehmen benennen.

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Chemstations Europe GmbH is the exclusive distributor of CHEMCAD for these countries:

Europen territory: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Middle East Territory: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen, United Arab Emirates
(U.S. Export Restrictions apply)

If your country is not listed:

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Chemstations Europe GmbH

Lindencorso
Unter den Linden 21
10117 Berlin
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)30 20 200 600
Fax: 0800-24362237

free: 00800 0 CHEMCAD (international)

info@chemstations.eu
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Chemstations Europe GmbH is the exclusive distributor of CHEMCAD for Europe and the Middle East.

The CHEMCAD software enables the interactive creation of flow charts, the simulation of all essential processes including control processes and the graphical representation of the results. It is characterized by an extensive property database, numerous thermodynamic models and open interfaces to MS-Excel, VBA, C++ and .NET.

CHEMCAD is a registered trademark of Chemstations Inc. and is not associated with Chemstations Europe GmbH.