Proyecto docente

Proyecto docente
Oferta sin docencia (a extinguir)
Plan 298 Ingeniero Químico
Asignatura 44331 INTEGRACION ENERGETICA
Grupo
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Presentación
Análisis de redes de intercambio de calor. Diseño de redes óptimas. Integración de reactores, operaciones de
separación, servicios energéticos (calderas, hornos, sistemas de refrigeración) y motores (cogeneración) en procesos.
An introductory course to process heat integration through Pinch Technology
Programa Básico
Objetivos
Aprendizaje de los principios,conocimientos y habilidades necesarios en los estudios de la integración energética
(recuperación de calor o ahorro energético) de procesos. Aprendizaje del uso de un simulador comercial (AspenPinch)
específico. No es necesario conocimiento previo del manejo de ASPEN Plus.
Programa de Teoría
ANALYSIS
3. The two-streams eferent: The eferent. A simple eferen. Heat recovering basics. Temperature vs. Enthalpy diagram.
Minimum temperature difference. Energy targets.
4. Multiple streams: Introduction. Combining energy needs. Composite Curves: Building – Matching. Pinch. Minimum
heating and cooling. Threshold problems.
5. Process heat flows: Heat integration eferenteis. Heat cascade. Problem Table Algorithm. Grand Composite Curve.
Pinches: process and utility. Heating and cooling the process: utilities.
6. Data extraction: Data extraction. Required data. Rules and guides. Process modification. Plus/minus eferente.
7. Cost estimation: Heat exchanger network cost structure. Assessing HEN cost. Minimum number of units. Minimum
eferent area. Special Heat Exchangers. Calculating total costs. Optimizing minimum temperature difference.
Summarizing Pinch Analysis.
SYNTHESIS
8. Utilities: Introduction. Heating and Cooling. Designing with composite curves. Grand composite curve. Common
utility design.
9. Combined utilities: Utility Grand composite curve. Combined G.C.C. . Optimum utility scheme. Complex utilities
[furnaces].
9b. Work and CHP: Integrating shaftwork: C vs H curves [Low T ref eferen]
10. The Pinch: Pinch. Pinch Principle. Pinch Design Method. Multiple Pinches. Quasi-Pinch. No Pinch (threshold
problems).
11. Minimum network: Network design overview. Grid diagram. Pinch topology: feasibility criteria. Pinch topology:
stream population. Pinch topology: adequacy of efere inertia. Sizing heat exchangers. Auxiliary criterion. Remanent
eferent algorithm. Multiple pinches. Threshold problems. Retrofitting.
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12. Network development: Optimum vs. Minimum network [Unit area, operability, control, start-up]. Modifying efere.
Loops. Paths. Downstream paths.
Extras: Integrating reactors, separation units, evaporators, dryers and cogeneration eferen.
Programa Práctico
Evaluación
Final grade is composed by the sum of two contributions:
1) Development along the course of 2 practical exercises (1 individual, 1 groups), which account for 50% of the final
grade
2) Written exam, which constitutes the remaining 50% ; it is compulsory to overcome this test to pass the course. The
test will consists of a single problem similar to those addressed during the course, developed along 2-3 hours; any
reference material is allowed.
Bibliografía
• Chemical Process Design. Robin Smith. McGraw-Hill, 1995
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