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Heat and Power Integration

Maximum Energy Recovery Design


by

Prof. Narendra M. Patel


17th January 2011 : Secession 1 at STTP on

Computer Aided Design : Detailed Process Synthesis-Algorithmic Methods

Organized by

Co-anchor Institute Department of Chemical Engineering L. D. College of Engineering


and

Gujarat Technological University

Contents of Presentation on Heat and Power Integration


Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis [HENS] HENS Example Minimum Utility Targets Temperature Interval Method Pinch Point using Composite curve Methods Pinch Point using LP method Networks for Maximum Energy Recovery Design

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Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis


Given : A set of hot process streams to be cooled and cold process streams to heated Flow rates and the inlet and outlet temperatures for all the process streams The Heat capacities for the streams versus their temperatures as they pass through the heat exchange process Available utilities, their temperatures, and their cost per unit of heat provided or removed

Determine : the Heat Exchanger Network for energy recovery that will minimize the annualized cost of the equipments plus the annual cost of the utilities.
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HENS Example 1

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HENS Example 1

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Energy Integration for Example 1

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Energy Integration for Example 1

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Temperature Interval for Example 1

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Energy Loops for Example 1

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Energy Loops for Example 1

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Stream Splitting for Example 1

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HENS Example 2

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Temperature Interval Method for Example 2

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TI method for Example 2

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HENS Example 3

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Composite Curve Method for HENS Example 3

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Hohmann/lockhart Composite Curve [HCC]

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Grand Composite Curve [GCC]

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Composite Curve for Example 2

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Linear Programming method for HENS Example 2

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LP formulation for Example 2

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GAMS Program for LP Example

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MS Excel Solution

MS Excel Link
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Thanks

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