|Title:||Design and optimization of total site energy systems for chemical plants||Authors:||Chen C.-L.
|Issue Date:||2011||Journal Volume:||25||Start page/Pages:||659-664||Source:||Chemical Engineering Transactions||Abstract:||
Total site design technique is developed for the optimal synthesis of whole energy systems that consist of the heat recovery system and the steam power system. In the design of a total process system, heat exchange between a heat recovery network (HEN) and a steam distribution network (SDN) is available for obtaining the better energy utilization. Specifically, the heat flow distribution between total sites is considered to enhance the performance of whole systems. A systematic energy management is fulfilled with the proposed integrated SDN-HEN model, where the allocation of the energy flow is optimized. Case study is presented to demonstrate the feasibility and benefits of the proposed approach. Copyright ? 2011,.
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