Aspen Plate Fin Exchanger

Maximize Process Throughput of Plate-Fin Exchangers.

Aspen Plate Fin Exchanger is the latest generation of thermal design software for the design, simulation, and rating of plate-fin exchangers (multi-stream). Plate-fin heat exchangers are vital to the profitable operation of many modern gas processing applications.

Aspen Plate Fin Exchanger
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Optimize designs with research-based correlations.

Plate fin exchanger simulation models and correlations are based on more than 35 years of proprietary research, providing the user with assurance of reliable Plate fin exchanger design. It automates the Plate fin exchanger design optimization process, allowing for cost savings of up to 30% or more.

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Support all physical properties.

One advantage of performing design, simulation, and rating of plate-fin exchangers using Aspen EDR is that the properties can be transferred from AspenTech’ s steady-state simulators, or retrieved from Aspen Properties®, Aspen HYSYS Thermodynamics COM Interface, or the heritage Aspen B-JAC™ database. More than 24,000 components and 30 vapor liquid equilibrium methods are available in Aspen EDR.

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Improve design and engineering efficiency.

Ideal for manufacturers, engineering companies, and owner operators that require a robust, flexible program, for design, simulation, and rating of plate-fin exchangers, with accurate heat transfer and pressure drop methods. Aspen Plate Fin Exchanger provides this in a unique commercial package supported by authoritative research-based methods and validation.

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Monitor Operational Performance in Aspen HYSYS

New in V8.4—Aspen HYSYS now features Activated Exchanger Design & Rating. Users can easily import Plate fin exchanger design and simulation models into Aspen HYSYS and now instantly view the impact of design decisions on heat exchanger operational performance. Users can easily monitor Plate fin exchanger design for critical performance issues such as excessive operating temperature & pressure, and erosion risks.

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