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Examples

Example 1: counter-current heat exchanger

This example shows how to set up feeds and products, how to use thermodynamic calculations, how to create in- and output parameters and how to create reports.

Example 2: co-current heat exchanger

This example is similar to example 1, but the problem is reformulated in such a way that it can no longer be written explicitly. The Excel solver is used to obtain the solution.

INDEX
add-In
aggregation state
available properties
capeCompoundConstant
capePropertyUnit
capeFlash
capeFlashedFeed
capeOverallFeedProperty
capeOverallProperty
capePDependentProperty
capeSinglePhaseProperty
capeCompoundNames
compound names
unit of measure
capeStateOfAggregation
capeTDependentProperty
capeTwoPhaseProperty
capeUnitOperationName
compound constants
control sheet
defined phases
Disclaimer
equilibrium calculations
examples
Excel solver
Export Model
feeds
flash calculations
getting started
Import Model
input parameters
Loading and storing models
macros
output parameters
overall properties
parameters
ports
pressure dependent properties
products
property calculations
quick reference
reports
requirements
run-time error
security
single phase properties
solver
state of aggregation
streams
temperature dependent properties
thermodynamic equilibrium calculations
thermodynamic property calculations
two-phase properties
unit operation name
Update links
validation
VBA
welcome
CONTENT
 Introduction
 Ports and streams
 Parameters
 Function reference
 The control sheet
 Using the Excel solver
 Using Macros
 Loading and storing models
 Persistence in AspenPlus
 Examples
 Example 1: counter current heat exchanger
 Example 2: co-current heat exchanger
 Disclaimer