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#1 lekzor

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 09:57 PM

I am a graduate student of chemical engineering at Louisiana Tech.,Ruston. Loiusiana, U.S.
I am highly interested in learning the hysis process simulation software because of my career in the design industry especially oil and gas. Please l will like you to furnish me with every information l need to pursue this dream of mine.
I need the following information;
1. A trainer who is very close to my location that l can hook up with.
2. l will also like to know if l can get to buy the software for personal practice and how much it cost.
Thanks

#2 Padmakar Katre

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 09:28 AM

Dear,
Please check if you can get a copy of Seader Book which itself has complete training of the Hysys and Aspen Plus simulation softwares which is pretty good.The size is 380 MB so its not possible to send by mail.

#3 Zauberberg

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 10:29 AM

Tutorials are available at:

http://prosys.korea....e/hysys/manual/

Regarding Hysys training and software copy, it can be obtained through license contract with AspenTech, but I doubt you can afford it on a single basis - due to the somewhat high price this software is usually licensed for companies. This is also the place where you can find the best training environment.

http://www.aspentech.com/

Another "version" of Hysys (under trade name UniSim Design) is available in Honeywell.
http://hpsweb.honeyw...ign/default.htm


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