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|Welcome to this tutorial on Creating a Material Stream in DWSIM.|
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| In this tutorial, we will learn to:
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| This tutorial is recorded using
But, this process is identical in Linux, Mac OS X or FOSSEE OS on ARM.
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|You should have DWSIM installed on your machine.|
|Let us start by creating a new steady state simulation.|
| Cursor to Desktop
DWSIM >> Run as Administrator.
| To open DWSIM, go to the Desktop.
Right-click on DWSIM and click Run as Administrator.
|DWSIM window opens.||DWSIM window opens.|
|Close the Tasks window.||Close the Tasks window.|
|File >> New Steady-state Simulation||Go to File menu and select New Steady-state Simulation.|
|Cursor to Simulation Configuration Wizard window||Simulation Configuration Wizard window opens.|
|Click on Next button at the bottom.||Click on the Next button at the bottom of the window.|
|First, we will add the compounds.|
|Type Benzene in the search tab||In the Compounds Search tab, type Benzene.|
|ChemSep Database >> Benzene||Select Benzene from ChemSep database.|
| Point to Benzene compound
Check the checkbox under column Added
| Under Added column, check the checkbox for Benzene.
We can also double-click anywhere on this line.
|Type Toluene in the search tab||Similarly, add Toluene from ChemSep database.|
|Click on Next button at the bottom.||Then click on Next button at the bottom to continue.|
|Point to Property Packages||The Property Packages window opens.|
|Cursor on Property Packages window.||As Benzene and Toluene form an ideal solution, we can choose Raoult's law.|
| Property Packages >> Available Property Package
Double click on Raoult’s Law
|From Available Property Packages list, double-click on Raoult’s Law.|
|Click on Next button.||Now click on the Next button at the bottom.|
|Point to System of Units||Next option is System of Units.|
|System of Units >> CGS||Under System of Units, we will select CGS.|
|Click on the Finish button.||Then click on the Finish button at the bottom.|
|Click on Maximize button.||Let us maximize the Simulation window.|
|Hover the mouse at the centre|| The canvas at the centre is used to create the flowsheets.
We will now create a material stream.
|Hover the mouse at Object Palette|| At the bottom of the main simulation window, we can see an Object Palette.
It has a large collection of many useful chemical engineering objects.
|Click and drag material stream to flowsheet|| Go to Streams tab.
From the displayed list, drag and drop a material stream to the flowsheet.
|Cursor at the stream.||Let us arrange the stream.|
| Click on MSTR-000.
Pop up appears.
| Click on the material stream named as MSTR-000.
DWSIM has given the name MSTR-000 to this stream automatically.
Let me change it.
|Hover the mouse to Property Editor Window||On the left hand side of the flowsheet we can see the Property Editor Window.|
|Type Object as Inlet1.|| Under General Info, type the Object as Inlet1.
|Point to the Material Stream||We can see the name Inlet1 appearing below this stream in the flowsheet.|
|Cursor on the interface.||Now let us specify the feed stream compositions.|
|Input Data >> Compound Amounts||Under Input Data, click on Compound Amounts tab.|
|Compound Amounts >> Basis >> Mole Fractions|| Choose the Basis as Mole Fractions, if not already selected.
By default, Mole Fractions is selected as Basis.
|Benzene: 0.4||Now for Benzene, enter the Amount as 0.4 and press Enter.|
|Toluene: 0.6||For Toluene, enter 0.6 and press Enter.|
|Click Accept Changes||On the right, click on Accept Changes button.|
|Hover the mouse at Total|| The total of the mole fractions appears on the right hand side.
If the total is not 1, DWSIM normalises the entries, so that the total becomes 1.
|Cursor on the interface.||Now we will specify the Feed stream properties.|
| Point to Input Data
Cursor to the default values
| The Input Data tab shows all the properties of the stream.
DWSIM assigns default values to all properties.
|Click on Input Data.||Go to Input Data.|
|Stream Conditions >> Flash Spec >> Temperature and Pressure (TP)|| Under Stream Conditions tab, select Flash Spec as Temperature and Pressure (TP) if not already selected.
By default, Temperature and Pressure should already be selected as Flash Spec.
| Input Data >> Temperature >> 30 C
|Change Temperature to 30 deg C and press Enter.|
| Input Data >> Pressure >> 1 atm
|Change Pressure to 1 atm and press Enter.|
| Input Data >> Molar Flow >> 100 mol/s
|Change Molar Flow to 100 mol/s and press Enter.|
|Click on File and Click Save As||Let us now save this file using the Save As option.|
|Type stream||I will save it as stream.|
|Close the Property Editor Window.||Close the Property Editor Window.|
|Click on the Material Stream||We can always get back to the previous pop-up by double-clicking on the stream.|
|We will build on this material stream in the upcoming tutorials.|
|Let me go back to the slides.|
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| In this tutorial, we have learnt to
|Here are some assignments for you.|
|Assignment 1 Slide|| Choose Benzene and Toluene mole fractions that do not add up to 1.
Check how DWSIM normalises when you press Accept Changes button.
|Assignment 2 Slide|| Go to the page where you defined mole fractions.
Check what the Normalize button does when the Total is not 1.
|Assignment 3 Slide|| Go to the page where we defined the molar flow rate.
DWSIM automatically displays equivalent flow rates in other units.
Check if these values are consistent.
|Assignment 4 Slide|| Create a stream consisting of Benzene, Toluene and Xylene.
Carry out the previous assignments for this stream also.
|This brings us to the end of this tutorial.|
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| The FOSSEE team coordinates conversion of existing flowsheets into DWSIM.
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|Spoken Tutorial and FOSSEE projects are funded by NMEICT, MHRD, Government of India.|
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| We thank the DWSIM team for making it as an open source software.
This tutorial was originally recorded by Prof Kannan Moudgalya in May 2015.
This is Kaushik Datta from IIT Bombay.
Thanks for joining.