cost effective retrofit of a palm oil refinery using pinch

COST-EFFECTIVE RETROFIT OF A PALM OIL REFINERY USING PINCH

COST-EFFECTIVE RETROFIT OF A PALM OIL REFINERY USING PINCH ANALYSIS 33 Figure 1 Existing heat network diagram S P P P S S S C T C S C S C P S C T C P C P MP T MP T MP P MP P MP P H S H2 172.1°C 128.4°C H3 128.4°C 85.7°C

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Cost-effective retrofit of a palm oil refinery using pinch

This work implements a pinch analysis retrofit technique to maximize heat recovery and thermal efficiency of a palm oil refinery, subject to the existing process constraints. The procedures involve setting the maximum heat recovery targets and cost-effective retrofit of the heat exchanger network (HEN). Application of the technique on a palm oil refinery results in reduction of 700 kW (21%

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Cost–Effective Retrofit Of A Palm Oil Refinery Using Pinch

This work implements a pinch analysis retrofit technique to maximize heat recovery and thermal efficiency of a palm oil refinery, subject to the existing process constraints. The procedures involve setting the maximum heat recovery targets and cost–effective retrofit of the heat exchanger network (HEN). Application of the technique on a palm oil refinery results in reduction of 700 kW

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Cost–Effective Retrofit Of A Palm Oil Refinery Using Pinch

This work implements a pinch analysis retrofit technique to maximize heat recovery and thermal efficiency of a palm oil refinery, subject to the existing process constraints. The procedures involve setting the maximum heat recovery targets and cost–effective retrofit of the heat exchanger network (HEN). Application of the technique on a palm oil refinery results in reduction of 700 kW (21%

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Cost-effective retrofit of a palm oil refinery using pinch

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Maximise Utility Cost Savings, Minimise Emissions Using Pinch

Palm Oil Refinery Retrofit of Heat Exchanger and Reduction of Fouling 65% (Steam) 48% (Cooling Water) 6 months Oleochemical (Fatty Alcohol Fractionation) Process Modifications & Heat Exchanger Network Retrofit 43% (Steam) 89% (Cooling Water) 4.5 months S

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Pinch Analysis For Maximising Energy And Resource Efficiency

Over 7,000 successful Pinch Analysis applications worldwide, including our project experiences show that pinch analysis applications led to potential thermal energy and utility cost savings of between 10 to 60%, and payback periods of less than three years.

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Journal Papers | Prof. Ir. Dr. Sharifah Rafidah Datu Wan Alwi

T. J., Muhammad, S. R. Wan Alwi, Manan, Z. A.(2009), Cost-Effective Retrofit Of A Palm Oil Refinery Using Pinch Analysis, Jurnal Teknologi, Series E, 51: 29-40. Academic Staff Personal Site “The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas”

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A systematic technique for cost-effective CO 2 emission

Wan Alwi SR, Tamar Jaya MA, Manan ZA (2009) Cost–effective retrofit of a palm oil refinery using pinch analysis. J Teknol 51:29–40. Google Scholar Zhang N, Smith R, Bulatov I, Klemeš JJ (2013) Sustaining high energy efficiency in existing processes with advanced process integration technology.

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Pinch analysis: A retrofit approach - Hydrocarbon Processing

The proposed retrofit design achieved a total energy savings of 5,500 kW—i.e., 2,750-kW hot and 2,750-kW cold utility, which is an approximate 64% savings of target utilities. The total utility cost savings obtained is $1.53 MM/yr, which is equivalent to a 23% reduction in the utility bill.

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Heat Integration retrofit analysis—an oil refinery case study

Nordman R, Berntsson T. Use of advanced composite curve for assessing cost-effective HEN retrofit II: Case studies. Applied Thermal Engineering, 2009, 29(2-3): 282–289 18: Gadalla M A. A new graphical method for pinch analysis applications: Heat exchanger network retrofit and energy integration. Energy, 2015, 81: 159–174

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Pinch analysis | IPIECA

Refinery Using Pinch Analysis John M. Joe, Ademola M. Rabiu Department of Chemical Engineering, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town 8001, South Africa. Email: [email protected] Received September 2013 ABSTRACT Energy efficiency has become an important feature in the design of process plants with the rising cost of energy and the

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This paper presents the results of a process integration study completed on a palm oil refinery using the techniques of Pinch Technology. The aim of the study is to rettofit the existing refinery to reduce energy consumption and control fouling problems hence the fouling costs. The analysis covers the refinery degummimg, bleaching and

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‪Sharifah Rafidah Wan Alwi‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

Cost–Effective Retrofit Of A Palm Oil Refinery Using Pinch Analysis. SRW Alwi, MAT Jaya, ZA Manan . Jurnal Teknologi, 29–40-29–40, 2009. 4: 2009: A New Holistic Framework for Design of Cost Effective Minimum Water Network. SRW Alwi. U

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Heat exchanger network retrofit for energy savings

The application of energy cost and capital cost trade-off from the retrofit technique of the pinch design method proposed by Tjoe and Linnhoff5, integrated with thermodynamic properties, provides the energy saving plots and optimum target.

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Process Integration in Petroleum Refineries

petroleum refining. heat recovery in crude oil distillation systems utility systems • BUT, retrofit remains a significant problem. • Obtaining cost effective retrofits is still our biggest challenge in heat recovery. Not just new equipment, but minimize piping modifications and civil engineering

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Retrofit of the Heat Recovery System of a Petroleum Refinery

Pinch analysis has been demonstrated to be a simple but very effective tool for heat integration and optimization of chemical plants. This study uses the pinch principle to retrofit the heat exchanger networks (HEN) of the crude distillation unit of an integrated petroleum refinery to evolve a HEN that features optimum energy recovery. The

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Energy Saving in Atmospheric Distillation Unit by Retrofit

(ADU) in the AL-Basra refinery using pinch analysis. Hint software is used in this analysis at minimum temperature different of 30°C. The results show that energy consumption for (ADU) can be reduced from 38MW to 29 MW for heating utility and from 9MW to 0.72MW for cooling utility. Also it is possible

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Palm Oil Refining Plant Cost

In conclusion, a palm oil refining plant (including the palm oil refinery machine) in small scale may cost about $ 250,000 to $300,000.. If the palm oil refining plant is for RBD palm oil, then it may cost more.

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PROCESS INTEGRATION IN PETROLEUM REFINING

Indeed, the cost-effective retrofit of heat recovery systems remains one of our biggest challenges. Revamping existing systems can be complex with many difficulties that are hidden at the outset. The cost of new items of equipment is often a minor issue. By contrast, the cost of piping modifications and civil engineering is far more of a

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New pinch technology based hen analysis methodologies for

R. Nordman and T. Berntsson, Use of advanced composite curves for assessing cost-effective HEN retrofit II. Case studies , Applied Thermal Engineering , 29 , 2-3 , (282) , (2009) . Crossref

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Evaluation of the energy saving opportunities for palm oil

An analysis of the refining process of palm oil in Sahabat Oil Products, Lahad Datu has been performed and presented in this paper for scoping potential energy and cost savings using heat integration. A first stage optimisation of the minimum temperature difference, ∆T min, of a heat exchanger network (HEN) has been performed. The goal has been to evaluate the maximal possible heat recovery

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Set up a Palm oil refinery plant with low cost, for sale with

Dry physical refining process means that the degumming process don't use hot water, also called dry degumming process, which is suitable for oils with low phospholipid content (less than 200 mg/kg), such as palm oil, palm kernel oil, coconut oil and animal fats. The following is a brief introduction of Dry Physical Refining Process in automatic palm oil refinery plant.

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Retrofit of Crude Distillation Unit Using Process Simulation

our well being and quality of life. Pinch technology and its recent extensions offer an effective and practical method for designing the HEN for new and retrofit projects. Crude distillation unit is the basic processing step in oil refinery and is a highly energy-intensive process and represents one of the most important areas for energy

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Applications of Energy and Water Process Integration

Retrofit of Crude Preheat Train in an Oil Refinery. Process Description. Several researches have been addressed retrofit of process units in oil refinery plants (Polley et al., 1990). The crude preheat train is one of the most important features of the crude distillation unit (CDU) in every refinery plant, as it accounts for a large fraction of

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Retrofit of heat-integrated crude oil distillation columns

Retrofit projects aim to increase the profitability of a process by maximising the use of existing equipment when production objectives change (Liu and Jobson, 2004). Objectives of retrofit projects include increasing production capacity, reducing operating cost, adding new technologies, meeting new product specifications and

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A combined numerical and visualization tool for utility

Section 4 demonstrates the application of the GDT to a single-pinch problem, multiple-pinch problems and to an industrial case study involving a palm oil refinery. 2. Determinaton of pinch points and utility targets from geometric observations of composite curves 2.1. Relation between Composite Curves geometry and pinch point locations

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