Affiliation: State University of Campinas
Reference: De Morais, E.R., Lunelli, B.H., Jaimes, R.R., De Souza Victorino, I.R., Wolf Maciel, M.R., Maciel Filho, R. Development of an industrial multitubular fixed bed catalytic reactor as CAPE-OPEN unit operation model applied to ethene production by ethanol dehydration process (2011) Chemical Engineering Transactions, 24, pp. 403-408.
The ethene production by ethanol dehydration has been established as a promising production route. In this work a computer software simulation written in FORTRAN 95 for an industrial multitubular fixed bed (MTR), applied to this production route, is embedded in process simulation environment through a C#/.NET wrapper code. This wrapper code was developed in agreement with the CAPE-OPEN standards, allowing the MTR simulator to be used as a native unit operation component in any CAPE-OPEN compliant simulation environment.
Full paper: Y11_CET24
CAPE-OPEN related papers cited in text:
- William BARRETT, Jun YANG (2005). Development of a chemical process modelling environment based on CAPE-OPEN interface standards and the Microsoft .NET framework, Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 30 (2), pp. 191-201.
- L. Pérez, A.O. Domancich, G.E. Vazquez, N.B. Brignole (2005). A CAPE-OPEN compliant simulation module for an ammonia reactor unit, 2nd Mercosur Congress on Chemical Engineering.