Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis: Process Optimization by Energy and Resource Analysis

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Gulf Professional Publishing, 1995 - Science - 642 pages
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Heat 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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