## Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis: Process Optimization by Energy and Resource AnalysisHeat Exchanger Network Synthesis provides engineers, designers, and industrial practitioners with a how-to manual for understanding the methodology for conserving energy through process integration. |

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### Contents

From Targeting to Super targeting | 1 |

Example 7 | 7 |

1 | 55 |

Continuous Targeting | 71 |

Example 3 | 84 |

Networks for Maximum Energy Recovery | 117 |

1 Pinch Design Method for MER Networks | 119 |

2 Determination of Utility Pinches | 126 |

From Combined Heat and Power to Total Site Integration | 359 |

Steam Rankinc Cycle Design | 366 |

Operating Line Method | 381 |

Matching Refrigeration Cycles against | 397 |

Plotting of Total Site Profiles | 410 |

Costs and Emissions | 424 |

Energy and Resource Analysis of Various Processes | 432 |

Targets with Heat Storage for a Single Batch | 439 |

1 | 154 |

Network Evolution and Evaluation | 167 |

Elimination of Loops in a Network | 169 |

Identification of Loops Using Graph Theory | 182 |

Reducing the Number of Exchangers Using Bypasses | 195 |

Application of Shrinking Remaining Problem Analysis | 211 |

Methods Based on Dual Approach Temperatures | 230 |

Network Generation Using | 232 |

Interfacing Network Synthesis with | 255 |

Basic Thermal Design of a Shell and Tube Exchanger | 256 |

Shellside Design by BellDelaware Method | 271 |

Rapid Design of Shell and Tube Exchanger | 285 |

Optimum Design of Shell and Tube Exchanger | 298 |

Retrofitting | 308 |

Designing Networks for Heat Recovery | 452 |

Flexible HENS Using Sensitivity Tables | 468 |

11 Construction of the Column Grand Composite Curve | 477 |

14 MENS for Zinc Recovery from Metal Pickling Plant | 494 |

17 Construction of the ReactorProcess Profile | 512 |

Mathematical Programming Formulations for HENS | 525 |

1 Utility Targets by LP and MER Networks by MILP | 536 |

2 Area Targets by NLP | 549 |

4 Network Load Optimization for Minimum Area by NLP | 570 |

Appendix A The Software Package MX | 585 |

Example A 1 Determination of Conventional Point Targets | 589 |

Appendix B HENS Case Studies from Literature | 595 |

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&Tmin Ahmad algorithm approach temperature area target ATmin Calculation capacity flow rate capital cost cold stream cold utility column composite curves conventional pinch countercurrent countercurrent exchangers determined diverse pinch EMAT energy penalty energy targets enthalpy in kW enthalpy interval Equation Example exergy given heat capacity flow heat cascade heat exchanger heat load heat transfer coefficients heuristic hot and cold hot stream hot utility HRAT Linnhoff LMTD load in kW matrix maximum MER network method minimum utility requirements multiple utilities network in Figure network synthesis number of shells number of units obtained optimization optimum outlet temperature pinch analysis pinch design pinch tableau pinch temperature plot possible pressure drop procedure process streams pseudo-pinch retrofit Section shell targeting shellside shifted temperatures Step stream C3 stream data stream H2 stream splits Study 4S1 supertargeting Table temperature difference temperature interval topology trap tubeside turbine unit target

### References to this book

European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering - 12 J. Grievink,J. van Schijndel Limited preview - 2002 |