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  • Aspen Tasc Thermal Reference Guide

  • Copyright Version Number: 2004

    Copyright 1981 - 2004 Aspen Technology, Inc. All rights reserved.

    Aspen ACOL, Aspen ACX, Aspen APLE, Aspen Adsim, Aspen Aerotran, Aspen CatRef, Aspen Chromatography, Aspen Custom Modeler, Aspen Decision Analyzer, Aspen Dynamics, Aspen Enterprise Engineering, Aspen FCC, Aspen Hetran, Aspen Hydrocracker, Aspen Hydrotreater, Aspen Icarus Process Evaluator, Aspen Icarus Project Manager, Aspen Kbase, Aspen Plus, Aspen Plus HTRI, Aspen OLI, Aspen OnLine, Aspen PEP Process Library, Aspen Plus BatchFrac, Aspen Plus Optimizer, Aspen Plus RateFrac, Aspen Plus SPYRO, Aspen Plus TSWEET, Aspen Split, Aspen WebModels, Aspen Pinch, Aspen Properties, Aspen SEM, Aspen Teams, Aspen Utilities, Aspen Water, Aspen Zyqad, COMThermo, COMThermo TRC Database, Aspen DISTIL, Aspen DISTIL Complex Columns Module, Aspen FIHR, Aspen FLARENET, Aspen FRAN, Aspen HX-Net, Aspen HX-Net Assisted Design Module, Aspen Hyprotech Server, Aspen HYSYS, Aspen HYSYS Optimizer, ACM Model Export, Aspen HYSYS Amines, Aspen HYSYS Crude Module, Aspen HYSYS Data Rec, Aspen HYSYS DMC+ Link, Aspen HYSYS Dynamics, Aspen HYSYS Electrolytes, Aspen HYSYS Lumper, Aspen HYSYS Neural Net, Aspen HYSYS Olga Transient, Aspen HYSYS OLGAS 3-Phase, Aspen HYSYS OLGAS, Aspen HYSYS PIPESIM Link, Aspen HYSYS Pipesim Net, Aspen HYSYS PIPESYS, Aspen HYSYS RTO, Aspen HYSYS Sizing, Aspen HYSYS Synetix Reactor Models, Aspen HYSYS Tacite, Aspen HYSYS Upstream, Aspen HYSYS for Ammonia Plants, Aspen MUSE, Aspen PIPE, Aspen Polymers , Aspen Process Manuals, Aspen BatchSEP, Aspen Process Tools, Aspen ProFES 2P Tran, Aspen ProFES 2P Wax, Aspen ProFES 3P Tran, Aspen ProFES Tranflo, Aspen STX, Aspen TASC-Thermal, Aspen TASC-Mechanical, the aspen leaf logo and Enterprise Optimization are trademarks or registered trademarks of Aspen Technology, Inc., Cambridge, MA.

    All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

    This document is intended as a guide to using AspenTech's software. This documentation contains AspenTech proprietary and confidential information and may not be disclosed, used, or copied without the prior consent of AspenTech or as set forth in the applicable license agreement. Users are solely responsible for the proper use of the software and the application of the results obtained.

    Although AspenTech has tested the software and reviewed the documentation, the sole warranty for the software may be found in the applicable license agreement between AspenTech and the user. ASPENTECH MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THIS DOCUMENTATION, ITS QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

    Introduction

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    Related Documentation In addition to online help systems available via the product applications, a number of printable documents are provided to help users learn and use the HTFS family of products:

    Title Content

    HTFS Installation Guide.pdf Describes the installation routine

    HTFS User Guide.pdf Provides an overview of the HTFS family of products

    ACOL Reference Guide.pdf

    ACOL Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the ACOL product

    APLE Reference Guide.pdf

    APLE Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the APLE product

    MUSE Reference Guide.pdf

    MUSE Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the MUSE product

    FIHR Reference Guide.pdf

    FIHR Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the FIHR product

    FRAN Reference Guide.pdf

    FRAN Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the FRAN product

    PIPE Reference Guide.pdf

    PIPE Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the PIPE product

    TASC Thermal Reference Guide.pdf

    TASC Thermal Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the TASC Thermal product

    TASC Mechanical Reference Guide.pdf

    TASC Mechanical Getting Started Guide.pdf

    User instructions for the TASC Mechanical product

    Introduction

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  • Table of Contents

    1 Introduction................................................................1-1

    1.1 Overview..............................................................................1-3

    1.2 Exchanger Geometries........................................................1-4

    1.3 Fluid Processes ...................................................................1-5

    1.4 Property Data Sources ........................................................1-5

    1.5 Thermosyphons...................................................................1-6

    1.6 Output Options ....................................................................1-6

    1.7 Documentation ....................................................................1-7

    2 Using TASC.................................................................2-1

    2.1 Overview..............................................................................2-3

    2.2 Starting TASC......................................................................2-4

    2.3 The Start up View ................................................................2-6

    2.4 Running TASC.....................................................................2-7

    2.5 TASC Icons .........................................................................2-8

    3 Data Input...................................................................3-1

    3.1 Overview..............................................................................3-3

    3.2 Input Views ..........................................................................3-4

    3.3 TEMA Input..........................................................................3-6

    3.4 Process Data Input ..............................................................3-7

    3.5 Geometry Data Input ...........................................................3-8

    3.6 Other Data Input ..................................................................3-9

    3.7 Input Units .........................................................................3-10

    3.8 Using Help .........................................................................3-12

    3.9 Finding Input Items ............................................................3-13

    3.10 The Input File.....................................................................3-14

    3.11 Default Input Data File.......................................................3-15

    3.12 Input Errors and Warnings.................................................3-16

    3.13 Tube Layout.......................................................................3-17

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  • 4 Output.........................................................................4-1

    4.1 Overview..............................................................................4-3

    4.2 Output Views .......................................................................4-3

    4.3 Output Files .........................................................................4-6

    4.4 Error / Warning Message Log..............................................4-8

    4.5 Other Output........................................................................4-9

    5 Physical Properties ....................................................5-1

    5.1 Overview..............................................................................5-3

    5.2 Properties Input ...................................................................5-6

    5.3 Properties Data Input (Old Style).......................................5-11

    5.4 Mixture Calculations (Old Style) ........................................5-15

    5.5 Property Databanks...........................................................5-18

    5.6 Importing Properties and Process Data.............................5-20

    5.7 Importing from HYSYS ......................................................5-23

    5.8 Importing from Properties Package ...................................5-24

    5.9 Properties Output ..............................................................5-25

    5.10 Pressure Dependence.......................................................5-26

    6 Other Facilities...........................................................6-1

    6.1 Overview..............................................................................6-3

    6.2 The Setting Plan ..................................................................6-3

    6.3 The Costing Package ..........................................................6-6

    6.4 The Word Specification Sheet .............................................6-8

    6.5 The Lowfin Tube Databank .................................................6-9

    6.6 Project File Structure .........................................................6-10

    7 Examples ....................................................................7-1

    7.1 Overview..............................................................................7-3

    7.2 High Pressure Boiler Feedwater Heater..............................7-4

    7.3 Debutanizer Overhead Condenser....................................7-16

    7.4 Kettle Reboiler ...................................................................7-23

    7.5 Falling Film Evaporator......................................................7-31

    7.6 Feed Effluent Train ...........