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  • Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating Family

    A family of products to model process heat exchangers from cost optimized designsto rating and simulation

    Heat exchangers can comprise up to 30% of capital equipment and impact 90% of the energy used ina petrochemical process. Major savings are available by implementing best practices with the AspenExchanger Design & Rating (Aspen EDR) product family.

    The Challenge: Simplifying the Engineering Lifecycle

    Conventional workflow for the design of heat exchangers requires manual data transfer from process engineer to thermal and

    mechanical experts to a cost estimator. The design cycle involves several iterations and is prone to data transcription errors.

    This approach also excludes the process engineers visibility into problem details, making it difficult to investigate multiple

    process scenarios to arrive at a fully optimized process.

    The AspenTech Solution: Minimize Capital Cost and Improve Process Design

    The Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating (EDR) product family provides the industrys most comprehensive suite of programs for

    heat exchanger design, simplifying the engineering cycle through a single, integrated framework. Companies deploying these

    solutions reduce capital equipment cost and engineering man-hours, optimizing the operation of their processes.

    Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger: Thermal modeling for shell & tube, double pipe,

    and multi-tube hairpin exchangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4

    Aspen Plate Exchanger: Thermal modeling for gasketed plate and frame, brazed

    plate, and welded plate exchangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5

    Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger: Thermal modeling for air cooled and other tubular

    cross flow exchangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6

    Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical: Mechanical design for shell & tube exchangers

    and basic pressure vessels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7

    Aspen Plate Fin Exchanger: Thermal modeling of multi-stream plate-fin heat

    exchangers made from brazed aluminum, stainless steel, or titanium . . . . . . page 8

    Aspen Fired Heater: Thermal modeling of radiant and convection sections of oil or

    gas fueled fired process heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9

    Reduce exchanger costs by10-30%

    Improve reliability andprocess uptime

    Improve engineeringefficiency by up to 30%

    Superior technology backedby Aspen HTFS research

    www.aspentech.com/locationsmailto:info@aspentech.com

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    Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating Family

    Integrated Solution Delivers Proven Results

    The Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating product family integrates rigorous process models with the industrys

    most comprehensive heat exchanger modeling capabilities. Key business-enhancing benefits include:

    Optimized equipment designs results in typical savings of 10-30% on the equipment cost per heatexchanger.

    Integration with Aspen Plus and Aspen HYSYS. Identifies areas to reduce energy and operationalcosts, with potential savings in the millions.

    Increased engineering efficiency. Emphasizes fast-track front-end engineering through fully integratedtools for process design.

    Integration Reduces Errors, Engineering Manpower and Capital Equipment Costs

    Air Cooled Exchanger

    Aspen Simulation

    Shell & Tube Exchanger

    Fired Heater

    Plate Fin Exchanger

    Plate Exchanger

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    Aspen Exchanger Design & Rating Family

    Meeting the Heat Transfer Needs of Process Engineers, Thermal Experts, and Fabricators

    Function Benefit

    Common Aspen EDR user interface

    Design optimization

    Run-time integration with Aspen Plus and Aspen HYSYS

    Access to the worlds largest property package

    Aspen HTFS Research backed methods

    Ease of use reduces the need for training

    Reduce equipment costs by up to 30% or more

    Overall process optimization and improved process

    reliability

    More dependable results and process consistency

    High degree of accuracy

    Aspen HTFS Research Network

    Aspen HTFS Research comprises both on-going experimental study and expert analysis to develop

    AspenTechs proprietary theoretical models and correlations, ensuring your exchangers are designed to the

    highest degree of accuracy. Customers may license access to the Aspen HTFS Research Network to validate

    their design practice against documented methods, models and source data.

    Best-in-Class Physical Properties Methods and Data

    The Aspen EDR product family accesses the worlds largest database of pure component and phase equilibrium

    data for conventional chemicals and electrolytes. The database is regularly updated from the U.S. National

    Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which ensures easy access to the best available experimental

    property data. Accurate transport properties and phase equilibrium data are essential to providing accurate

    equipment design calculations.

    Wide Range of Applications

    The products facilitate the full range of practical process applications for a wide range of exchanger types

    including: shell & tube, double pipe, multi-tube hairpin, air coolers, economizers, plate and frame, plate fin,

    and fired heaters from conceptual design to operational troubleshooting. This flexibility allows process streams

    to be single phase, boiling or condensing vapors, single component or any mixture with or without non-

    condensable gases in any condition.

    Common User Interface

    All six products that comprise the Aspen EDR product family operate within a common user interface which

    automates data transfer from one program to another, allowing engineers to compare the advantages of various

    heat exchangers. Access to AspenTechs world class property package with more than 25,000 components and

    35+ vapor equilibrium methods is accessible through each program.

    Aspen EDR product family uses the power and flexibility of the Microsoft Windows environment, allowing you

    to fully explore unit geometry and performance detail. It supports drag & drop interfacing with Microsoft

    Excel as well as high-level communication with other software and is tightly integrated with Aspen Simulation

    Workbook, providing easy and robust case studies within Microsoft Excel.

  • Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger, Aspen Plate Exchanger, and Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger enables optimum design, rating and

    simulation of their respective exchangers for both the expert and casual user. High level run-time integration with Aspen Plus

    and/or Aspen HYSYS enable engineers to rigorously model heat exchanger operation and identify capital saving opportunities in

    the context of the overall process.

    Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger

    Features Output

    All TEMA style vessels

    Bi-directional interface with Aspen Shell & Tube

    Mechanical

    Run-time integration with Aspen Plus & Aspen HYSYS

    Design, rating, simulation, and maximum fouling

    calculation modes

    All common applications including knockback

    condensers, pool boiling, kettles, falling film

    evaporators, thermosiphons, multi-shell feed-effluent

    trains

    Double-pipe and multi-tube hairpin exchangers

    Multi-shell capability with no practical limits on shells

    Plain, low finned, or longitudinally finned tubes and

    general tube side and shell side enhancement

    methods

    Single, double, and triple segmental baffles, no tubes

    in window, rod baffles, and unbaffled exchangers

    Proper handling of

    fluids with two

    immiscible liquid

    phases

    Background ASME

    mechanical design

    for more accurate

    sizing, costing, and

    weight calculation

    Optimization path that identifies the most economical

    design selection, possible alternative designs, and

    controlling design constraints

    Extensive warning and error reporting identifies

    potential operational problems

    Summary of exchanger thermal-hydraulic performance

    Fully completed TEMA data sheet

    Interactive tube layout and setting plan drawings

    Comprehensive incremental output

    Vibration analysis (proprietary HTFS and TEMA

    methods)

    Conceptual cost estimating, customized to your own

    labor and material costs

    Extensive graphing capabilities

    Thermosiphon stability checks and flow pattern

    evaluation

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    Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger, Aspen Plate Exchanger, and Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger

    Program Results Include a Setting Plan &Interactive Graphical Tube Sheet Layout

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    Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger, Aspen Plate Exchanger, and Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger

    Aspen Plate Exchanger

    Features

    Run-time integration with Aspen Plus

    Up to 5 passes for either hot or cold streams

    Co-current or counter-current flow

    Evaluates flow maldistribution risk

    Handles non-Newtonian fluids

    Proper handling of fluids with two liquid phases

    Double banking

    Conceptual cost estimate

    User supplied Colburn j and friction factors to model

    special proprietary plate types

    Database of commercially available plates from 3

    leading suppliers

    Plot Size is Shown in the Plate