Multiple Plant Heat Integration in a Total Site

@inproceedings{Bagajewicz2002MultiplePH,
  title={Multiple Plant Heat Integration in a Total Site},
  author={Miguel J. Bagajewicz and Hernan Rodera},
  year={2002}
}
Heat integration across plants can be accomplished either directly using process streams or indirectly using intermediate fluids. Extensions to many plants of LP and MILP models pre®iously de®eloped for the two-plant case are presented. The targeting procedure first identifies the maximum possible sa®ings for the whole system, and, subsequently, the minimum number of connections between the two-plant combinations required to obtain maximum sa®ings is established. The location of intermediate… CONTINUE READING
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