Waste Heat Recovery through Organic Rankine Cycles in the Bioethanol Separation Process

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The huge use of heating utilities is one of the main drawbacks associated with the azeotropic separation process for the bioethanol production. In this context, process integration through heat exchanger networks can be used to integrate the involved streams; however, the main problem in this scheme is that the streams that require cooling are at lower… (More)

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@inproceedings{HipoitoValencia2014WasteHR, title={Waste Heat Recovery through Organic Rankine Cycles in the Bioethanol Separation Process}, author={Brıǵido Jesuś Hipoĺito-Valencia and Mar{\'i}a Vaźquez-Ojeda and Juan Gabriel Segovia-Hern{\'a}ndez and Mar{\'i}a Ponce-Ortega}, year={2014} }