BOOTCAMP – Aspen Plus With Case Studies

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Learn How to Simulate Chemical Processes via Workshops & Case Studies

What you’ll learn

  • Learn about Aspen Plus and its use in the Industry
  • Basics of the Physical Property Environment
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  • Basics of the Physical Property Environment
  • Presenting Results: Plotting, Tables, and Results
  • Model several Chemical Process
  • Use a variety of unit operations
  • Converge and debugging
  • Plant Utilities & Economics


  • Basic understanding of Plant Design & Operation
  • Free courses from Udemy
  • Strong Chemical Engineering Fundamentals
  • Aspen Plus V10 (at least 7.0)


This BOOTCAMP will show you how to model and simulate common industrial Chemical Processes.

It is focused on the “BOOTCAMP” idea, in which you will learn via workshops and case studies, minimizing theory to maximize learning.

You will learn about:

  • Better Flowsheet manipulation and techniques
  • Understand Property Method Selection and its effects on simulation results
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  • More than 15 Unit Operations that can be used in any Industry
  • Model Analysis Tools required for process design
  • Reporting Relevant Results Plot relevant data
  • Analysis & Optimization of Chemical Plants

At the end of this Bootcamp, you will be able to model more industrial processes, feel confident when modeling new proceses as well as applying what you have learnt to other industries.

Who this course is for:

  • Chemical Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Plant Design Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Petrochemical Engineers
  • Aspen Plus Users – REFRESHERS
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  • Students related to engineering fields, especially Process, Chemical and Biotech.
  • Instructor/Professors/Teachers willing to learn more about process simulation

Created by Chemical Engineering Guy
Last updated 11/2018
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