ACCOMPLISH PROFITABLE SAVINGS BY REALISTICALLY HEAT INTEGRATING A CRUDE FRACTIONATION UNIT AND AN FCC UNIT

@inproceedings{Rodera2000ACCOMPLISHPS,
  title={ACCOMPLISH PROFITABLE SAVINGS BY REALISTICALLY HEAT INTEGRATING A CRUDE FRACTIONATION UNIT AND AN FCC UNIT},
  author={Hern{\'a}n Rodera and Miguel J. Bagajewicz},
  year={2000}
}
In this paper a practical application of the heat integration across plants is presented. Part of the heating requirements of a crude unit is supplied by integration with an FCC unit, which in turn decreases its cooling load. Opportunities for energy savings were identified making use of a systematic procedure (Rodera and Bagajewicz, 1998). The targets obtained by this procedure are employed in the synthesis of multipurpose heat exchanger networks that are capable of operate each plant… CONTINUE READING

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