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Get started using Aspen HYSYS® for Depressurization, Overpressure Protection, Flare Networks, and Dynamics.

  • DEPRESSURIZATION

    Video: Getting Started with BLOWDOWN Technology in Aspen HYSYS

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    Getting Started with BLOWDOWN Technology in Aspen HYSYS

    BLOWDOWN Technology in Aspen HYSYS allows engineers to use the industry-leading depressurization technology for cold-case depressurization. The technology has been proven on over 400+ projects, with temperature predictions that are validated to within 3 Kelvin.

    Video: Getting Started with BLOWDOWN Technology in Aspen HYSYS

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  • DEPRESSURIZATION

    Validation Paper: BLOWDOWN Technology

    Validation Paper

    BLOWDOWN Technology

    Ensuring adequate design of depressurization systems is vital for safe asset operation. The design and rating of your depressurization system is not a trivial task, due to the modeling complexity of simulating a dynamic depressurization analysis. Conservative depressurization analysis can result in high project costs, but contracting the work to a niche consultant for a more accurate analysis can ruin the project timeline. With industry leading BLOWDOWN Technology now available in Aspen HYSYS, low temperature concerns in a depressurization system can be assessed using a technology that has been validated across hundreds of projects over the past several decades. Download this whitepaper and learn how you can improve project safety and efficiency with BLOWDOWN Technology

    Validation Paper: BLOWDOWN Technology

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  • OVERPRESSURE PROTECTION

    Case Study: Mid-Size E&C Boosts Ability to Efficiently Complete Relief Sizing

    Case Study

    Mid-Size E&C Boosts Ability to Efficiently Complete Relief Sizing

    Overpressure protection analysis in Aspen HYSYS® optimizes performance in safety analysis and saves project time. Hunt, Guillot & Associates (HGA), a midsize E&C firm located in Louisiana, performs project work in engineering, pipelines, and program management/emergency recovery. HGA’s engineering division experienced an expanding work volume with an increasing design complexity, which generated the need for a superior engineering environment. This resulted in HGA considering different options, including an upgrade to the aspenONE Engineering suite. HGA’s process department performs overpressure protection analysis as a regular part of the process design work flow. An obstacle they faced was a lack of a commercial product for pressure safety device sizing. This required a more tedious work process, involving separate calculations for overpressure protection performed with additional software not utilized for the process modeling work. This coincided with an increase in project work over the past two years, since HGA services the rapidly paced unconventional gas and oil booms in North America. Register now to read the rest of this case study

    Case Study: Mid-Size E&C Boosts Ability to Efficiently Complete Relief Sizing

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  • OVERPRESSURE PROTECTION

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  • OVERPRESSURE PROTECTION

    Application Example: Get Started NOW with the PSV Tool

  • OVERPRESSURE PROTECTION

    On-Demand Webinar: Get Answers to Your Technical Relief-Sizing Questions

    On-Demand Webinar

    Get Answers to Your Technical Relief-Sizing Questions

    In this first-ever “Viewer’s Choice” Webinar, our Process Safety team covered topics submitted by viewers and answered some of the most frequently asked relief-sizing questions. In these technical demonstrations you’ll see how our relief-sizing software solutions can remove bottlenecks in your projects and save you valuable engineering hours.rs to Your Technical Relief-Sizing Questions.

    On-Demand Webinar: Get Answers to Your Technical Relief-Sizing Questions

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  • FLARE NETWORK

    Video: Transferring PSV Results to Flare

    Video

    Transferring PSV Results to Flare

    This video shows users how to transfer PSV results from Aspen HYSYS into Aspen Flare System Analyzer.

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  • DYNAMICS

    Jump Start: Compressor Modeling in Aspen HYSYS® Dynamics

    Jump Start Guide

    Compressor Modeling in Aspen HYSYS® Dynamics

    This jump start guide will walk you through how to analyze the dynamic surge response of a compressor using Aspen HYSYS Dynamics.

    Jump Start Guide: Compressor Modeling in Aspen HYSYS® Dynamics

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  • DYNAMICS

    On-Demand Webinar: Xodus Group Employs Practical Applications of Dynamic Simulation to Reduce Cost and Risk

    On-Demand Webinar

    Xodus Group Employs Practical Applications of Dynamic Simulation to Reduce Cost and Risk

    In today’s market, dynamic simulation has become mission critical to the success of projects, especially when tight cost margins are on the line. During this webinar, Craig Mackay from Xodus Group described practical applications of dynamic simulation throughout the lifecycle of a recent project, from front end engineering design (FEED) to commissioning. Learn how Aspen HYSYS® Dynamics helped Xodus minimize CAPEX, reduce the risk of equipment damage and much more!

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