How much does a single user license of Aspen HYSYS …

  • Tarun, the price list cost for a single user HYSYS licence is around $30 k to $50 k per year. For university use it can be had for a fraction of that but only on application by the Professor, Head of Department.

    My guess is that with the low gas and condensate prices the software will be available now at a more reasonable cost. If you have real need ask and you will find out – but be prepared to bargain hard.

    Best wishes

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    I believe that for a single user it can be anywhere from $20,000-50,000 depending on the package (steady state/dynamic).

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    That is tough to estimate as the price varies for individual and business use. My experience is with the latter, and even then you could not estimate the price due to 2 factors:

    • Choice of simulation modules: there is a large selection. If I remember correctly you get 6 or 7 tokens which are used to select modules. Extra modules cost around 1200$. I think.
    • No. of users that are going to use it.

    For learning aspen plus you need three things

    1. aspen plus software
    2. tutorial
    3. your specific problem

    Software might be available with you. I have my own aspen plus tutorial (pdf) which I can share it with you (just text me your email id ).

    In India, aspen plus can be learned from aspen support office in pune. Beside there are good youtube videos available which you can visit.

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    I have no idea about DWSIM, but I have work experience with Aspen, Hysys and CHEMCAD.. Among these three, Aspen has versatile application. It has excellent data base for petrochemical, bulk chemicals and fine chemicals. While Hysys is good for petrochemicals simulation. Chemcad can be used for fine chemical and bulk chemical process simulations.

    I found all are good and can be used for process simulation. Aspen is more user friendly and costly also.

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    Before laying hands on any software I would suggest you to have a thorough knowledge about the models you are working with. Remember, a solution provided by any software could be deceptive if you don’t know the mathematics and engineering behind it. So my suggestion is perform hand calculations and be thorough with the fundamentals involved. Once this is done User manual provided alongside the software itself is enough to understand the interface of the software. This applies not only to Aspen HYSYS but also to any other process simulation software available. Besides these, I think there are some books which provide tutorials for simple problems like distillation, extraction, absorption, etc. using Aspen plus and Aspen HYSYS. There is a book called Process Simulation and Control using Aspen by A. K. Jana, this is the cheapest book available and probably best to start from, the book will take you up to a position where you would have developed a logic for drawing flow sheets and doing calculations based upon your intuition. This book is for Aspen plus.

    I also recommend two other books.

    Distillation Design and Control by William Luyben

    Chemical Process Simulation and the Aspen HYSYS v8.3software by Michael Hanyak Jr.

    These are much expensive than the previous one.

    There are certain differences and you should keep in mind that, in general,

    • Aspen HYSYS = for petrochemical/petroleum/downstream operations such as natural gas, liquified gases, fractionation of crude oil, characterization of petroleums, etc…
    • Aspen Plus = for fine chemistry, or all other nonpetro processes, such as acids, pharma, etc.. This will handle solids much better than HYSYS

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    We can get Aspen Hysys Software by following ways:

    1. If you are pursuing Chemical Engineering then your university or institute will be having Hysys or equivalent commercial softwares( Unisim Design, Chemcad, ProSim, PetroSIM, Aspen Plus etc.,) which you can use free of cost.
    2. There are some cracked copies of old version of Hysys are available online, it is not recommended to use it.
    3. There are some open source softwares are available which can be used for process simulation such as DWSIM etc.,

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    Aspen Plus is a paid chemical process simulator, so if you are student and college does not have its licence then its better to have alternatives. You can find its alternatives in this link

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    ChemCAD is simple ,basic and for beginners so it can be easily understand how to make use of simulation software. Aspen-HYSIS is effective for steady state simulation majorly petroleum product. But it is difficult as compare to previous one but have new version with DEtherm version that makes it easier. Since hysis is more vast than CHEMCAD so if you are beginner than i suggest chemcad and if you have some basic than Aspen-HYSIS,Aspen-plus etc…are more better for you.

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    We use Aspen HYSYS extensively in the Calgary Oil (fossil fuel) & Gas industry for Process Engineering. HYSYS is the bread and butter of process design jobs.

    If you want to work here as a process engineer for engineering firms (and to some extent operating companies), then you must have (or plan to gain) some proficiency with HYSYS.

    You could get away with not knowing HYSYS for your first position in the industry though. Typically your employer would pay to get your trained in HYSYS.

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