Aspen HYSYS: An introduction to chemical engineering by Mohd. Kamaruddin Abd. Hamid

By Mohd. Kamaruddin Abd. Hamid

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Go to the File menu. 2. Select Save As. 3. Give the HYSYS file the name Compressor then press the OK button. 9 Discussion This example shows that compressing gases can increase their temperature. 3°C increase in the temperature of the natural gas. The less efficient a compressor is, the greater the increase in the temperature of the gases being compressed. 10 51 Review and Summary In the first part of this chapter, we started with a problem to find the compressor outlet temperature when given the compressor efficiency.

Switch to the Parameters page. Change the Adiabatic Efficiency to 30%. Figure 5-2 4. Go to the Worksheet tab. On the Conditions page, complete the page as shown in the following figure. The pressure for Out will be 5 bar.

To add the Molar Volume or other variables, go to the Workbook menu and click Setup. The setup window for Workbook can be viewed as shown in Figure 2-4. EQUATION OF STATE 25 Figure 2-4 5. In the Variables tab, click the Add button at the right side of the window. 6. Window for you to select variables will appear as shown in Figure 2-5. Figure 2-5 7. In the Variable tab, scroll down until you find the Molar Volume and then click OK. Close the Setup window by clicking the red X at the top right corner.

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