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DIPPR is the world's best source of critically evaluated thermophysical and environmental property data.

Design Institute for Physical Properties (DIPPR)

The Design Institute for Physical Properties (DIPPR) has the mission to be the world’s best source of critically evaluated thermophysical, environmental, safety, and health property data. Data and estimation methods developed in DIPPR projects are used by leading chemical, petroleum, and pharmaceutical companies throughout the world to improve productivity, reduce cost, assure successful scale-up, and aid in environmental, health and safety compliance. 

Using Aspen Plus in Thermodynamics Instruction: A Step-by-Step Guide

February, 2015
Stanley I. Sandler offers a step-by-step guide for students and faculty on the use of Aspen in teaching thermodynamics. The book shows how easily-accessible, modern computational techniques are opening up new vistas in teaching thermodynamics, using a range of applications of Aspen Plus for the...

Shortcut Modeling of Natural Gas Supersonic Separation

Conference Presentation
AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
April 2, 2019
Supersonic separation is a novel technology for natural gas separation. The theoretical design uniquely combines concepts from aerodynamics,...

Modeling CO2 Removal via Hollow Fiber Modules

Archived Webinar
Aug 30, 2018
Are you involved in CO2 removal? Are you focused—like many engineers—on the use of solvents? There’s another method of CO2 removal using highly selective membranes.
Simulation of a mixer equipped with three impellers. The velocity profile is shown using streamlines, arrows, and slice plots.

Mixer Simulations, Modeling Nonideal Reactors and Mixers

Archived Webinar
Apr 4, 2018
Continuous stirred tank reactors, batch reactors, and mixers are frequently used in the consumer product, food, pharmaceutical, and fine chemical industries. Processes using these devices usually...

Fugacity Demystified

Archived Webinar
Mar 2, 2016
Trying to understand fugacity, but feeling uncertain? Clear up your confusion in just one hour. This webinar provides a concise review of fugacity that boils this important concept down to its...

Phase Equilibria Concepts

Archived Webinar
Oct 7, 2015
Phase equilibria usually determines what type of separation process will be economical. Modeling of phase equilibria relies upon mathematical representation of chemical potential or fugacity; such...

Energy and Entropy, Concepts and Balances

Archived Webinar
May 20, 2015
Energy and entropy balances are central to process thermodynamics calculations. This presentation reviews the principles for each balance. Examples are provided for valves, compressors, turbines,...

Introduction to Pinch Analysis

Archived Webinar
Apr 27, 2011
This webinar introduces the basic principles and tools of pinch analysis and shows how they can be applied in real-world applications.

The Nature of Ammonium Nitrate Decomposition and Explosions

Conference Presentation
AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
March 27, 2017
Ammonium nitrate explosions can cause significant destruction as shown with examples in West, Texas (2013) and Tianjin, China (2015). Yet, ammonium...

Fundamentals of Amine Systems Design

Conference Presentation
AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
April 29, 2015
The Fundamentals of Acid Gas Removal provides an overview and a basic guide to design, operation, corrosion and troubleshooting for amine treating...

CO2 Capture Performance of Imidazole-Based Solvents

Conference Presentation
AIChE Annual Meeting
November 17, 2014
ION Engineering, The University of Alabama and other partners are currently building a slipstream-scale process for post-combustion CO2 capture at an...
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