Targeting procedures for energy savings by heat integration across plants

@inproceedings{Rodera1999TargetingPF,
  title={Targeting procedures for energy savings by heat integration across plants},
  author={Hern{\'a}n Rodera and Miguel J. Bagajewicz},
  year={1999}
}
Heat integration across plants can be accomplished either directly using process streams or indirectly using intermediate fluids. By applying pinch analysis to a system of two plants, it is first shown that the heat transfer leading effectively to energy savings occurs at temperature levels between the pinch points of both plants. In some cases, however, heat transfer in other regions is required to attain maximum savings. A systematic procedure to identify energy-saving targets is discussed… CONTINUE READING
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