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EXERCISE 1

Case 1: Vapour/phase faction = 1.0


1. If P = 1 atm, What is the temperature of this stream?
T = 99.9 oC
2. If T = 150oC, what is the pressure of this stream?
P = 474.3 kPa
3. If T = 70oC, what is the new pressure of this stream?
P = 31.05 kPa

Case 2: Vapour/phase fraction = 0


4. If P = 1 atm, what is the temp. of this stream?
T = 99.9 oC
5. If T = 150oC, what is the pressure of this stream?
P = 474.3 kPa
6. If T = 70oC, what is the new pressure of this stream?
P = 31.05 kPa

Case 3: P = 1 atm
7. If T is set at 70oC, what is the vapour/phase fraction?
=0
8. If T is set at 150oC, what is the vapour/phase fraction?
=1
9. In your opinion, what are the set conditions in Case 1 and Case 2 called?
Case 1 is dewpoint condition and case 2 is bubblepoint condition.
EXERCISE 2

1. Fluid package: Peng Robinson


Mass Density = 28.70 kg/m3
Molar Volume = 2.025 m3/kgmol
Molar Enthalpy = -1769 kJ/kg
Surface Tension = 0
Viscosity = 1.337 x 10-2 cP

2. Fluid package = SRK


Mass Density = 28.24 kg/m3
Molar Volume = 2.058 m3/kgmol
Molar Enthalpy = -1769 kJ/kg
Surface Tension = 0
Viscosity = 1.335 x 10-2 cP

3. Fluid package = Ideal Gas Equation


Mass Density = 25.50 kg/m3
Molar Volume = 2.058 m3/kgmol
Molar Enthalpy = -1741 kJ/kg
Surface Tension = 0
Viscosity = 1.326 x 10-2 cP

4. Why do you think there are difference in the values when different fluid
packages were used?
Because different fluid packages have different accuracy and ranges.
EXERCISE 3

1. Fluid package = Peng Robinson


Outlet temperature = 138 oC

2. Fluid package = SRK


Outlet temperature = 137.6 oC

3. Fluid package = NRTL


Outlet temperature = 139.2 oC

4. Why different fluid package gave different Tout values?


Every method have their own properties. Peng Robinson is the most
enhanced model in Aspen Hysys and it is more accurate compared to the
other two.

EXERCISE 4

1. Properties of C7+
Molecular weight = 172 g/mol
Normal Boiling Point = 110 oC
Ideal Liquid Density = 736.5 kg/m3
Temperature = 292.2 oC
Pressure = 289.8 kPa
Molar Volume = 0.4256 m3/kgmole
Acentricity = 0.3085

2. Outlet temperature of the natural gas.


T = 236.9 oC at 4 bar

EXERCISE 5

Outlet temperature of the natural gas.

T=-9.810 oC at 4 bar
EXERCISE 6

Mass density = 866.4 kg/m3

Molar volume = 0.1118 m3/kgmol

Molar enthalpy = 4447 kJ/kgmol

Surface tension = 26.99 dyne/cm

Viscosity = 0.6597 cP

EXERCISE 7

Vf,s1 = 0

𝑄̇ E1 = 1.085 e7 kJ

TS2 = 147.7 oC

𝑛̇ 𝑆2 = 200 kgmol/h
ZS2,BZ = 0.5
ZS2,PT = 0.015
ZS2,PR = 0.015
ZS2,CU = 0.47

EXERCISE 8

1) SRK

2) Compositions of product streams

Vapour = 743 kg/h Liquid = 4257 kg/h

Ethane = 0.4434 kg/h Ethane = 0.0859 kg/h

Propane = 0.2389 kg/h Propane = 0.1915 kg/h

i-butane = 0.3003 kg/h i-butane = 0.6655 kg/h

n-butane = 0.0175 kg/h n-butane = 0.0571 kg/h