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HYSYS is one of the most user friendly Process simulator for process system designer. HYSYS combines comprehensive data regression, thermodynamic database access (TRC, DIPPR, DDB, API, PDS) and the Mayflower distillation technology to enable the design and analysis of separation systems, including azeotropic and extractive distillation and non-ideal, heterogeneous and multiple liquid phase systems.


The mains objective of this post is to compile a complete listing of HYSYS related DOCUMENTATION. This activity intended :
  • Educate HYSYS user in operation of HYSYS and making full use of HYSYS via these documentations
  • Easy & FREE access to all HYSYS related documentations via a single platform and interface
  • Information sharing among the HYSYS user within our community
This post DO NOT intended to share any copyrighted documents and DO NOT host & distribute any documents to the public. It mainly to share the location of documentation available FREE in internet via links.

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This post partially and indirectly promote and advertise HYSYS to public and it potentially increase awareness of HYSYS and increase conversion rate.

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Aspen, the owner of HYSYS is technically support all registered HYSYS user via ASPEN Support website. Nevertheless it only provide support to genuine licensed & registered HYSYS user. If you are interested, you may check out here.

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Hysys 2.2 - Get Started (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - Quick Reference (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - User's Guide (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - Simulation Basis (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - Steady State Modeling (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - Customization Guide (by ADL)
Hysys 2.2 - Customization Guide (by CL)
Hysys 2.2 - Tutorials & Applications (by ADL)

Hysys 3.0.1
Hysys 3.0.1 - Get Started (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - User Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Simulation Basis (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Operations Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Dynamic Modeling (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Customization Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Hysys Electrolytes OLI (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.0.1 - Tutorial & Applications (by Webworm)

Hysys 3.1
HYSYS 3.1 Tutorial & Application (by Webworm)
HYSYS 3.1 Get Started (by Mohan)

Hysys 3.2
Hysys 3.2 - User Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Tutorial & Application (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Operations Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Simulation Basis (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Simulation Basis (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Installation Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Customization Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Dynamic Modeling (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - Upstream Option Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 3.2 - OLI Interface Reference Guide (by Webworm)

Hysys 2004.2
Hysys 2004.2 - User Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 2004.2 - Tutorial & Application (by Webworm)
Hysys 2004.2 - Operations Guide (by Webworm)
Hysys 2004.2 - Simulation Basis (by Webworm)

Hysys 2006
Hysys 2006 - Tutorial & Application (by Webworm)
Hysys 2006 - Customization Guide (by Webworm)

HYSYS : An introduction to Chemical Engineering Simulations (by Ahmad)
HYSYS : An introduction to Chemical Engineering Simulations
is intended for student who are using HYSYS for th first time and have a little or no experience in computer simulation. It can be used as a textbook in any chemical engineering courses, workshop, etc. The book can be served as reference in more advanced chemical engineering courses when HYSYS is used as tool for simulation for problem solving. It also used as supplement to assist training of young engineers. It was written by Engr. Mohd Kamaruddin Abd. Hamid from Universiti Technology Malaysia (UTM), one of the famous Higher Education Study in Malaysia.

Some Tips on Glycol Regeneration Process Simulation (by KC)
Simulation of TEG absorption and regeneration can be difficult due to special details and convergence remain a problem in regeneration calculation. Nevertheless, in the following article "PROCESS SIMULATION OF GLYCOL REGENERATION", models for all the glycol regeneration processes have been developed in the process simulation program HYSYS with the Peng Robinson equation of state. The models can also be implemented in other process simulation programs and with other vapour/liquid equilibrium models. Parameters in the models have been adjusted to simulate actual regeneration plant performance. The models have also been used to evaluate alternative regeneration processes.

Catalytic Distillation Process Simulation using HYSYS (by JC)
A catalytic-distillation process for the production of t-amyl-methyl-ether (TAME) from methanol and isoamylenes was simulated by developing the process model as a combination of unit operations from HYSYS operations palette. Geometrical characteristics of catalytic-distillation column are those of an industrial pilot plant and the results of simulation were compared with experimental data. The experimentally determined reactions kinetics was applied in the model. UNIQUAC-UNIFAC model equations were selected for the vapour-liquid equilibrium. This paper presents a theoretical study for the modelling of reactive distillation column operation in t-amyl-methyl-ether (TAME) synthesis. The simulation procedure is based on a mathematical model considering chemical reaction kinetics for the main reactions and the vapour-liquid equilibrium. Phase contact in the reaction zone is described with the back-flow cell model.

Control System Development with HYSYS Dynamic Simulation
(by Webworm)
Dynamic simulation is a tools to assist you in design, optimize and operate your plant. It helps to understanding the behavior of your plant and healthier of a control system in achieving the design control. Many of you may have heard about the capability of Dynamic simulation in ASPEN HYSYS. Some of you may have tried to make use this capability. For those who has NO experience at all or those would like to refresh their mind in dynamic simulation using ASPEN HYSYS, the following tutorial is a pretty good tutorial for learning and refreshing. This is a tutorial on the development of dynamic simulations using ASPEN HYSYS which based on implementing three conventional PID control loops on a single-stage flash drum unit for a multicomponent, non-ideal feed stream.

Dynamic Modeling - Process Control and Design Applications (by Kent )
Dynamic modeling is a common tool for evaluation of plant operating conditions and control strategies. It can be used during design, prior to start-up, campaign changes, normal plant operation and prior to shutdown to understand the performance. It prepare design and operator to understand the potential problem and get ready to handle and manage the situation. High fidelity dynamic simulators has been developed for the process industries provide a solid basis for accurate modeling of the dynamic transitions. Nevertheless, development of custom components (for specific features of the process and measurement system) is often needed to provide a realistic model of the plant. This paper presents a development approach and application of a dynamic model for the plant off-gas system, characterized by the complex structure and strong interaction of the production units with fast dynamics and sharp unexpected changes of the process pressure.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great! Thanks

July 13, 2008 at 11:20 AM  
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July 24, 2008 at 8:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great ! Thx.

August 17, 2008 at 11:18 PM  
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September 28, 2008 at 10:10 AM  
Blogger sarju said...

Thank you for providing such good material.....k

October 27, 2008 at 11:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


kindly tell me about fluid packages.....which fluid packages used for diffrnt equipment designing?

May 4, 2009 at 11:44 AM  
Blogger Webworm said...

Encourage to check out the simulation basis

May 6, 2009 at 12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thnx for the hysys material.its a great effort.can u plz post an article regarding design of natural gas dehydration with TEG using hysys.

May 17, 2009 at 5:42 PM  
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August 29, 2009 at 8:32 AM  
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May 2, 2010 at 8:43 AM  
Anonymous Andres said...

Hi there. I'm making this blog to share my little bit experiences in Hysys. I use Hysys for plant evaluation. I'm working with a lot of data. Usually I put a lot of data, send data to Hysys through Macro, and get Hysys simulation result in Excel. I put some sample in this blog, which you may like to see or learn. Perhaps it will be useful for you. Visis my blog http://hysyssimulations.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-link-hysys-simulation-to-excel_10.html

June 15, 2011 at 7:36 AM  

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