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ChemCAD is Chemstations' integrate set of chemical process simulation software which has the power and tremendous range of competency to meet an engineer's chemical process simulation needs, from day-to- day challenges to large, multifaceted projects. ChemCAD broadens an engineer's capabilities and increases his productivity while facing the difficult chemical process models or addressing day-to- day challenges.


The origins of ChemCAD dates back to over 40 years. The brief history timeline of ChemCAD is as follows:

  • 1968: The basis from which ChemCAD was built – CHESS (Chemical Engineering Simulation System) - is set up by Dr. Rudy Motard and Dr. Ernest Henley at the University of Houston.
  • 1983: CHESS is ported to PC and turns to MicroCHESS.
  • 1985: MicroCHESS is retitled as ChemCAD.
  • 1988: Chemstations is established and purchases the rights to ChemCAD.
  • 1989: ChemCAD II is released with up to date calculation engine.
  • 1993: ChemCAD III is released with the first completely-amalgamated GUI and complete rework in "C" language.
  • 1997: ChemCAD IV is released as a Windows-compatible version.
  • 2000: ChemCAD 5.0 is released with complete rework in Visual C++ with Microsoft-compatible tools.
  • 2007: ChemCAD 6.0 is released with GUI overhaul created on customer/user goal-directed design.


ChemCAD Training is a part of Chemical Training. The demand for ChemCAD in the Chemical sector has risen rapidly, as the today’s chemical industry faces a number of challenges like increasing fuel and feedstock costs, decrease in number of engineering staff, shorter product life cycles and increased global competition due to which companies demand the best tools to improve productivity and engineering decisions. Here comes the demand for ChemCAD. ChemCAD is a robust and flexible chemical process simulation environment, built around three key values of integration, innovation and open architecture.

Engineering Students who are interested in chemical training can start their career in this field by joining ChemCAD Training from CETPA. Since this sector is highly technical, the pay package excellent right from the beginning.


CETPA is a company certified by ISO 9001:2015 and hence provides training according to international standards. CETPA provides 4/6 weeks ChemCAD training and learners get trained from highly skilled and experienced trainers who have proved their integrity in the industry.

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  • ChemCAD training is provided in multiple locations: Roorkee, Noida, Lucknow, and Dehradun.
  • By working on practical live projects, Indians as well as overseas students increase their confidence.
  • Trainers give separate attention to each student for clearing their doubts.
  • Content and syllabus of ChemCAD training is revised and updated according to industry standards.
  • Provides increased job opportunity for learners in alleged and top MNCs.


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Applications of ChemCad are found in various Industries like
  • Exploration and Production
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Academic University Program
  • Process Equipment Manufacturing
  • Commodity Chemicals
  • Refining
  • Custom and Toll Manufacturing
  • Fine and Specialty Chemicals
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Consulting

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ChemCAD is one of the fastest growing languages and has undergone a successful span of more than 25 years as far as its adoption is concerned. This success also reveals a promising future scope of ChemCAD programming language.


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    Chapter 1 – Introduction to CHEMCAD

  • Overview of CHEMCAD and Its Uses
  • CHEMCAD Products and Features
    3. CC-BATCH
    4. CC-THERM
    6. CC-FLASH
  • CHEMCAD Features by Module
  • UnitOps by Module
  • Chapter 2- €“Getting Started with CHEMCAD

  • Installing the Software
  • Licensing CHEMCAD
    1. Types of CHEMCAD Licenses
    2. License Settings
    3. Updating a License
  • Getting Help with CHEMCAD
    1. Online Help
    2. CHEMCAD Coach
    3. Procedure Demos
    4. The Chemstations Web Site
    5. Contacting Chemstations Technical Support
  • Chapter 3 -€“ The CHEMCAD Interface

  • The CHEMCAD Window
    1. The Workspace
    2. The CHEMCAD Explorer Pane
      • The Recent Files Tab
      • The Simulation Tab
      • The Visual Basic Tab
    3. The Palette Pane
      • Selecting a Palette
      • Customizing Palettes
    4. The Messages Pane
      • The Errors and Warnings Tab
      • The Run Trace Tab
      • The Notes Tab
    5. The Main Menu
    6. The Toolbar
  • Customizing the CHEMCAD Screen
    1. Viewing and Hiding Screen Elements
    2. Resizing and Moving Items
      • Resizing a Pane
      • Moving a Pane
    3. Pinning and Unpinning Panes Other Useful Interface Hints
    4. Undo and Redo
    5. Visible Grid
    6. Adjusting Your View of the Workspace
    7. The CHEMCAD Coach Pane
  • Chapter 4 -€“ Working with Simulation Files

  • About CHEMCAD Simulation Files
    1. User Components in CHEMCAD
    2. Example Files
  • Opening an Existing Simulation
  • Creating a New Simulation
  • Saving a Simulation
    1. Saving Different Cases for the Same Simulation
  • E-€mailing a Simulation
  • Working with CHEMCAD Files from Previous Versions
  • Chapter 5 -€“ Building and Using a Basic Simulation

  • Starting a New Simulation
  • Selecting Engineering Units
  • Drawing the Flow sheet
    1. Adding UnitOps
    2. Selecting a Default Icon for a UnitOp
    3. Manipulating UnitOp Icons
    4. Drawing and Connecting a Stream
      • Choosing a Stream Route .
      • Rerouting a Stream
  • Other Drawing Tools
    1. The Text Tool
    2. Simple Drawing Tools: Rectangle, Ellipse, and Line
    3. Complex Drawing Tools: Multi-line and Polygon
  • Selecting Chemical Components
    1. Finding a Component
    2. Adding a Component
    3. Changing the Order of Selected Components
    4. Removing Items from the Selected Components List
  • Selecting K‐value and Enthalpy Options
    1. Using the Thermodynamics Wizard
      • Selecting Components to Ignore
      • Specifying Process Conditions
      • How the Thermodynamics Wizard Makes Suggestions
      • Should the Thermodynamics Wizard be trusted to make design decisions?
    2. Manually Selecting Thermodynamics Settings
  • Defining Streams
    1. Thermodynamic Properties
    2. Stream Composition
    3. Total Flow Properties
  • Specifying Equipment Parameters
  • Running the Simulation
  • Reviewing the Results
  • Chapter 6 -€“ Using CHEMCAD for High‐fidelity Modeling

  • What is high‐fidelity modeling
  • Criteria for High‐fidelity Modeling
  • Introduction to Equipment Sizing
  • High‐fidelity Modeling and Sizing for Common UnitOps
    1. Piping
      • Low-fidelity
      • Sizing
      • High-fidelity
    2. Pumps, Compressors, and Expanders
      • Low-fidelity
      • High-fidelity
    3. Vessels and Tanks
      • Low-fidelity
      • Sizing
      • High-fidelity
    4. Valves
      • Low-fidelity
      • Sizing
      • High-fidelity
    5. Columns
      • Low-fidelity
      • Sizing
      • High-fidelity
    6. Heat Exchangers
      • Low-fidelity
      • Sizing
      • High-fidelity
    7. Relief Devices
      • Low-fidelity
      • High-fidelity
  • Licensing Considerations for High‐fidelity Modeling
    1. License Settings
  • Chapter 7 -€“ Building and Using a Dynamic Simulation

  • What do we mean by dynamics?
  • Licensing Considerations
    1. License Settings
  • Additional Input for Dynamic Operation
    1. Strategies for Dynamic Simulations
  • Setting Up Dynamic Operation
    1. Switching to Dynamics
    2. Setting the Run Time
    3. Selecting Streams and UnitOps
  • Running a Dynamic Simulation
    1. Run from Initial State
    2. Run from Current State
    3. Run One Step at a Time
  • Other Dynamic Commands
    1. Reset to Initial State
    2. Save As Initial State
  • Output from Dynamic Simulations
    1. Reviewing the Flowsheet Specifications
    2. Plotting Dynamic Results
    3. Text‐based Dynamic Reports
  • Chapter 8 -€“ Output and Reports

  • Text Reports
    1. Report Setup
    2. Stream-€based Reports
      • Stream Groups
      • Stream Compositions
      • Stream Properties
      • Particle Size Distribution
      • Pseudo component Curves
  • UnitOp-€based Reports
    1. UnitOp Groups
    2. Select UnitOps
    3. Spec Sheet
    4. Distillation
  • Flow sheet-€based Reports
    1. Topology
    2. Thermodynamics
    3. Mass and Energy Balances
  • Dynamics Reports
    1. Batch Results
    2. Dynamics
  • Consolidated Report
  • Graphical Reports
    1. Thermo physical Data Graphs
      • TPXY
      • Binary LLE
      • Binodal Plot
      • Binodal/Residue Curves
      • Residue Curves
    2. Flow sheet-€based Graphs
    3. UnitOp-€based Plots
      • Tower Profiles
      • Heat Curves
      • Plug Flow Reactor Profile
      • Pipe Profile
      • Controller Convergence
    4. Dynamic Plots
    5. User-€specified File
  • Printing CHEMCAD Reports
  • Process Flow Diagrams
    1. Flow sheet Data boxes
      • Stream Boxes
      • UnitOp Boxes
      • TP Boxes
      • Excel Range Boxes
    2. Using the Layers Feature for Selective Viewing and Printing
      • Scenarios for Using Layers
      • Creating a New layer
      • Assigning Objects to a Layer
      • Hiding and Viewing Layers
      • Removing an Object from a Layer
      • Deleting an Entire Layer
    3. Printing a Process Flow Diagram
  • Chapter 9 -€“ Customizing CHEMCAD

  • Flow sheet Templates
    1. Creating a Template
    2. Viewing a Template'€™s Properties
    3. Applying a Template
    4. Renaming or Deleting a Template
  • Creating Custom Components
    1. Adding a Single Component
      • Creating the Component
      • Regressing Data into the Component
    2. Pseudo component Range
    3. Importing a Neutral File
  • Creating a Custom Symbol
  • Customized Costing Calculations
  • Creating Custom UnitOps
    1. Creating a Custom UnitOp Dialog Box
  • Customizing Thermodynamics
    1. Creating a Custom K‐value or Enthalpy Model
    2. Creating a Custom Mixing Rule
  • Visual Basic Applications (VBA)
    1. Defining a Reaction, Mixing Rule, or UnitOp
    2. Using a VBA‐defined Reaction
    3. Using a VBA‐defined Mixing Rule
    4. Using a VBA‐defined UnitOp
  • Chapter 10 -€“ Data Interfaces

  • Excel Data Mapping
    1. Creating an Excel Data Map
    2. Data Map Execution Rules
  • Creating Excel UnitOps
  • Specification Sheets
  • Using CHEMCAD as an OPC Server
    1. OPC Applications
    2. OPC Compliance
    3. Enabling CHEMCAD as an OPC Server
    4. Reading and Writing Values to CHEMCAD Using OPC
    5. OPC Server Operations
    6. CHEMCAD OPC Namespace
  • COM Interfaces
    1. Connecting Excel and CHEMCAD: A Simple COM Interface
      • Using the VBClient Example
      • A Peek under the Hood
  • Chapter 11 -€“ Detailing of CHEMCAD products

  • Overview
  • Starting a New Simulation
  • Selecting Engineering Units
  • Drawing the Flow sheet
    1. Placing UnitOps
    2. Drawing Streams
  • Selecting Components
  • Selecting Thermodynamic Options
  • Defining the Feed Streams
  • Enter UnitOp Parameters
    1. First Heat Exchanger
    2. Second Heat Exchanger
    3. Flash Drum
    4. Valve
    5. Stabilizer Tower
  • Run the Simulation
  • Review the Results and Print as Needed
    1. Checking the Cricondentherm Dewpoint
    2. Checking the Bottoms Stream Purity
    3. Re-running the Simulation
    4. Producing a Text Report
    5. Generating a Process Flow Diagram
  • Overview of the Heat Exchanger Sizing Process
  • Identify the Tube‐side Stream
  • Generate the Heat Curve
  • Define General Specifications
  • Set Tube Specifications
  • Set Shell Specifications
  • Set Baffle Specifications
    1. Baffle Spacing
    2. Baffle Cut Percent
  • Set Nozzle Specifications
  • Set Clearance Specifications
  • Set Material Specifications
  • Set Miscellaneous Specifications
  • Run Sizing Calculations
  • Review Results and Create Plots
  • Description of the Problem
  • Overview of the Batch Distillation Process
  • Creating a New Simulation
  • Selecting Engineering Units
  • Drawing the Flow sheet
    1. Placing UnitOps
    2. Drawing Streams
  • Selecting Components
  • Selecting Thermodynamic Options
  • Specifying Pot Charge
  • Specifying the Distillation Column
  • Defining the Operating Steps
    1. Operating Step 1
    2. Operating Step 2
    3. Operating Step 3
    4. Operating Step 4
    5. Operating Step 5
  • The Run Time Information Dialog Box
  • Running the Simulation
  • Reviewing and Printing Results
    1. Plotting the Results
    2. Generating Text Reports
    3. Generating a Full Report
  • Piping
  • Control Valve Sizing Example
    1. Problem Statement
    2. Rating Case
    3. Flow Rate as a Function of Pressure
  • Simple Flow Example
    1. Problem Statement
    2. Creating the Simulation
    3. Using Controllers to Simplify the Problem
    4. Calculating NPSHA
  • Branched Flow Example
    1. Problem Statement
    2. Creating the Simulation
    3. Running the Simulation

What are the benefits of doing a ChemCad course?

  • You will get better knowledge of programming and how to implement it for actual development requirements in the industrial projects and applications.
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  • You will learn how to design, develop, test, support and deploy desktop, custom web, and mobile applications.
  • Design and improve testing and maintenance activities and procedures.
  • Design, implement and develop important applications in a ChemCad environment.
  • Increased chances of working in leading software companies like Infosys, Wipro, Amazon, TCS, IBM and many more.


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