Results 1 – 36 HYSYS Upstream Guide – Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) In this Tutorial, two black oil streams at different conditions and. Dear all The Hysys Upstream pdf file in the installed folder doesn’t seem perfect, who has a complete or additional manual for this module? Thanks in advanced. Hi, just wondering if anyone knows where I can get the HYSYS Upstream option? Software Tutorial · Process Simulation Community; HYSYS Upstream option.
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Fluid characterization data from InfoChem Production field data can tktorial input in an easy to use environment to create an asset-wide model from the reservoir to the back end of the facility.
At the wellhead, the full compositional breakdown of a fluid is not known, but phase-specific flows and density data are readily available. Thus, a limited set of data, including pressure, temperature, oil specific gravity, gas specific gravity, production GOR and water cut is all that is required to model the behavior of the oil. Supported operations include valve, separator, mixer, tee, compressor, expander, heater, cooler, and heat exchanger.
Black Oil Translation Aspen HYSYS Upstream uniquely translates from black oil to a compositional model using the gas composition and established Aspen HYSYS oil characterization methods to predict a set of Petroleum Fluid Characterization hypothetical components that back-match the petroleum fluid characteristics.
Converts a large number of pure and hypothetical components to a smaller reduced slate of components required by other applications, to improve performance or match known upsfream characteristics.
Converts a small set of lumped components back to a uptream list of components when the extra fidelity is required, or an allocation back to individual source or well flow composition is required. A hydraulics subflowsheet provides an area to configure and solve complex networks of pipes from a subset of unit operations. The hydraulics subflowsheet is designed to solve in steady state, and that solution can then be used to initialize a dynamic network.
Compositional tracking is also supported with version Based on the ProFES software engine? Black oil correlations are typically used when a limited amount of oil and gas information is available in the system.
Oil and gas fluid properties are calculated from correlations with their respective specific gravity as well as a few other easily measured parameters. Black Oil is not typically used for systems that would be characterized as gas-condensate or dry gas, but rather for systems where the liquid phase is a non-volatile oil and consequently there is no evolution of gas, except for that which is dissolved in the oil.
In this Tutorial, two black oil streams at different conditions and compositions hyyss passed through a mixer to blend into one black oil stream. The blended black oil stream is then fed to the Black Oil Translator where the blended black oil stream data is transitioned to a HYSYS material stream. A flowsheet for this process upsstream shown below.
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This example will illustrate the complete construction of the simulation, from selecting the property package and components, to installing streams and unit operations, through to examining the final results.
The tutorisl available in the HYSYS interface will be used to illustrate the flexibility available to you. The simulation will be built using these basic steps: Create a unit set and set the Black Oil default options. Add a Neotec Black Oil property package.
Create and specify the feed streams. Install uptream define the unit operations prior to the translator.
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Install and define the translator. Add a Peng-Robinson property package. To start a new simulation case, do one of the following: The Simulation Basis Manager appears: From the Tools menu, select Preferences. You should be on the Options page of the Simulation tab. In the General Options group, ensure the Use Modal Property Views checkbox is clear so that you can access multiple property views at the same time.
To create a new unit set, do the following: In the Session Preferences property view, click the Variables tab. Select the Units page if it is not already selected. In the Available Unit Sets group, highlight Field to make it the active set. When you modify any of the preferences, you can save the changes in a new Preference file by clicking the Save Preference Set button. HYSYS prompts you to provide a name for the new Preference file, which you can load into any simulation case by clicking the Load Preference Set button.
Click the Clone button. A new unit set named NewUser appears. This unit set becomes the currently Available Unit Set. You can now change the units for any variable associated with this new unit set. Your Black Oil unit set is now defined. Click on the Oil Input tab in the Session Preference property view. In the Session Preferences property view, select the Black Oils page. For now you will leave the settings as default.
Click the Close icon to close the Session Preferences property view. You will now add the components and fluid package to the simulation. As a minimum, a Fluid Package contains the components and property method for example, an Equation of State HYSYS will use in its calculations for a particular flowsheet.
Depending on what is required in a specific flowsheet, a Fluid Package may also contain other information such as reactions and interaction parameters. You will first define your fluid package by selecting the components in this simulation case. To fulfil this requirement you must add a minimum of a single component even when the compositional data is not needed.
For black oil streams, depending on the information available, you have the option to either specify the gas components compositions or the gas density to define the gas phase of the stream. Click on the Components tab in the Simulation Basis Manager. Click the Add button. The Component List property view is displayed. In this tutorial, add the following components: Close the Component List property view.
Return to the Simulation Basis Manager property view. Home View icon Black Oil 2.
You will first add the Neotec Black Oil property package and later in the hysye after, you have installed the black oil translator, you will add the Peng-Robinson property package.
Click the Add button in the Current Fluid Packages group. The Fluid Package Manager appears. The Neotec Black Oil Methods property view appears.
From the filtered list you can select Neotec Black Oil. Refer to Appendix A Neotec Black Oil Methods for more information on the black oil methods available and other terminology.
The Neotec Black Oil Methods property view displays the nine PVT behaviour and transport property procedures, and each of their calculation methods. In this tutorial, you want to have the Watson K Factor calculated by the simulation.
The default option for the Watson K Factor is set at Specify. Thus, you will change the option to Calculate from the Watson K Factor dropdown list, as shown below. You can restore the default settings by clicking the Black Oil Defaults radio button.
In the Basis field, type in the new name Black Oil for the fluid package. The Black Oil fluid package is now completely defined. The newly created Black Oil Fluid Package is assigned by default to the main flowsheet. Now that the Simulation Basis is defined, you can install streams and operations in the Main Simulation environment. To leave the Basis environment and enter the Simulation environment, do one of the following: Click the Enter Simulation Environment icon on the toolbar.
Three initial property views are available: In the upper right corner, the Environment has changed from Basis to Case Main. A number of new items are now available in the menu bar and toolbar, and the PFD and Object Palette are open on the Desktop. The PFD property view shows operations and streams and the connections between the objects. You can also attach information tables or annotations to the PFD.
By default, the property view has a single tab. Upwtream required, you can add additional PFD pages to the property view to focus in on the different areas of interest. Object Palette A floating palette of buttons that can be used to add streams and unit operations. You can toggle the palette open or closed by: Object Palette icon Before proceeding any further, save your case. Do one of the following: If this is the first time you have saved your case, the Save Simulation Case As property view appears.
In the File Name cell, type a name for the case, for example BlackOil. HYSYS saves the case under the name you have given it when you save in the future. The Save As property view will not appear again unless you choose to give it a new name using the Save As command. If you enter a name that already exists in the current directory, HYSYS will ask you for confirmation before over-writing hsyys existing file.
To add the first black oil stream to your simulation do one of the following: The Object Palette appears.