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Polymer modeling

Polymer modeling

Polymer modeling

Has anybody simulated any polymers production in Aspen or anything else program? I want to buy your solution!!!!!

RE: Polymer modeling

what kind of polymer is it? do you have the kinetic data? I would not sell it but would be happy to help you if working on your project does not consume much time.

RE: Polymer modeling

So, what i mean: i need a models of some polymers production (polyethelene, -propylene, -styrene) for RTO project (optimisation online), and i have no any kinetic data, so it is the main problems of project to create reactor models, and models should get accurate results (ofcource dependence requirement tolerance). Can you help with one of models?

RE: Polymer modeling

For those cases like polyethylene and styrene, you can look at the examples available in the aspen resources if you have access to aspen plus. They have all the kinetics and you can modify the process conditions. If you still need it I can send you.

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