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UNISIM, another most user friendly Process simulator for process system designer. It enables process designer / engineers to create steady-state and dynamic models for plant design, process system performance monitoring, real plant troubleshooting, operational improvement, business planning and asset management. UNISIM has almost same display and approach as in HYSYS (from user friendly perspective). If you are familiar with HYSYS, you are certainly know how to operate UNISIM in the 1st attempt to use.

The mains objective of this post is to compile a complete listing of UNISIM related DOCUMENTATION. This activity intended :

* Educate UNISIM user in operation of UNISIM and making full use of UNISIM via these documentations
* Easy & FREE access to all UNISIM related documentations via a single platform and interface
* Information sharing among the UNISIM user within our community

This post IS NOT intended to share any copyrighted documents and IS NOT host & distribute any documents to the public. It mainly to share the location of documentation available FREE in internet via links.

Benefits to Developer
This post partially and indirectly promote and advertise UNISIM to public and it potentially increase awareness of UNISIM and increase conversion rate. HONEYWELL, the owner of UNISIM is technically support all registered UNISIM user via UNISIM Support team. Nevertheless it only provide support to genuine licensed & registered UNISIM user.

Similar to "Useful Documentation for HYSYS ...", following are compilation of documents related to UNISIM. If you found any documents related to UNISIM and/or available FREE for all, you are encourage to share within our community. You may drop a note via email or comment. Please include your nickname.

UNISIM Design Tutorials
The Tutorials section of this guide presents you with independent tutorial sessions. Each tutorial guides you step-by-step through the complete construction of a UNISIM Design simulation. The tutorial(s) you choose to work through will likely depend on the simulation topic that is most closely related to your work, your familiarity with UNISIM Design, and the types of simulation cases you anticipate on creating in the future.

UNISIM Tutorial
UNISIM (very similar to HYSYS) is a program used to design chemical plants. It is built around:
  • a library of the physical properties of a large number of chemical species
  • a set of subroutines to estimate the behavior of many types of plant equipment (heat exchangers, reactors, etc.)
  • a graphical user interface to accept specifications for the case, and display results
The user describes the process in terms of pieces of equipment interconnected by process streams, and the program solves all the mass/energy/equilibrium equations, taking into consideration the specified design parameters for the units. In this tutorial, you will be introduced to some of the basic features of UniSim. Once you have completed this tutorial, it is highly recommended that you attempt to work through the advanced tutorial (available for download on the course webpage), as it will introduce you to additional unit operations and features. Upon completion of both tutorials, you will be well-prepared to dig into the plant optimization assignments.

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