Моделирование производства тяжелой нефти и газа с использованием Aspen HYSYS Upstream

Код
EHY2351
Продолжительность
2 дн.
Цена
1,760.00 1,232.00+18% НДС
О курсе

Use the capabilities of Aspen HYSYS Upstream to enable shared workflow between production modeling and facilities modeling

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Для кого этот курс

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone interested in the modeling of upstream production processes, including production, facilities, and process engineers
  •  Individuals wanting to extend the skills gained in EHY101 Aspen HYSYS Process Modeling course by learning how to use the Upstream capabilities in Aspen HYSYS
Требуемые знания и навыки

Prerequisites:

EHY101 Aspen HYSYS Process Modeling

or Some prior knowledge of upstream industry practices is expected

Приобретаемые навыки
  • Use the oil modeling tools in Aspen HYSYS that are typical in production engineering software
  • Use the new Oil and Gas Feed option to model heavy oil within a single Aspen HYSYS flowsheet
  • Solve system wide debottleneck and optimization problems by tightly integrating hydraulic models with your facilities models using Aspen Hydraulics
  • Perform Flow Assurance calculations (Hydrate formation, Oil water emulsions handling, CO2 freezing) in pipe segment
Программа
  1. Introduction to Aspen Upstream
  • Introduction to Aspen HYSYS Upstream concepts
  1. Introduction to Heavy Oil Characterization
  • Specify reservoir fluid streams using HYSYS Oil & Gas Feed capabilities and calculate unknown heavy oil properties
  • Work within the Oil & Gas Feed property view of Aspen HYSYS
  • Workshop: Heavy Oil Characterization - Introduce the basics of modeling well head fluids using Oil & Gas Feed capabilities
  1. Pipeline Simulation Using Pipe Segment
  • Add and connect the HYSYS Pipe Segment to build a flowsheet in Aspen HYSYS
  • Explore Pipe Segment results and flow assurance options
  • Workshop: Use the Pipe Segment to simulate a pipeline
  1. Model a Gas Oil Separation Plant (GOSP)
  • Build a composition based flowsheet
  • Add additional properties to streams through the use of property correlations
  • Use the Adjust logical operation to achieve a process objective
  • Use the Production Allocation Utility to allocate production flow rates among contributing wells.
  • Workshop: Model a two-stage oil-gas separation plant using the Pipeline Simulation module as a basis
  1. Pipeline Simulation Using Aspen Hydraulics
  • Identify and explain the Aspen Hydraulics Unit Operations
  • Summarize the available pipe options and licenses, and recognize their capabilities
  • Workshop - Use Aspen Hydraulics in Steady State mode to model pipeline networks  
  1. Pig Launching Using Aspen Hydraulics (Dynamics)
  • Convert the a steady state Aspen Hydraulics file into dynamics
  • Setup Aspen Hydraulics for pig modeling
  • Review how to merge Aspen Hydraulics sub-flowsheets with fully-defined Aspen HYSYS Dynamics files
  • Model pigging using a Microsoft Excel interface to plot the liquid profile along the pipeline
  • Workshop: Configure and use the pigging operations within Aspen Hydraulics
  1. Explore Conceptual Design Builder to swiftly build GOSP
  • Understand the capabilities and options in the HYSYS Conceptual Design Builder
  • Use the Conceptual Design Builder to quickly build a HYSYS model of a Gas Oil Separation Plant (GOSP)
  • Review results in separated reports
  • Workshop: Specify and build a Gas-Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) model using the Conceptual Design Builder tool in Aspen HYSYS
  1. Modeling Real Separators
  • Model separators to include carryover so that your simulation better matches a real process
  • Predict the effect of exit devices on mitigating carryover
  • Workshop: Use the Aspen HYSYS Real Separator capabilities to model imperfect separation in a 3-phase oil-water-gas separator