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000053302 245__ $$aEnergy Integration of Industrial Processes Based on the  Pinch Analysis  Method Extended to Include Exergy Factors
000053302 269__ $$a1996
000053302 260__ $$c1996
000053302 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000053302 520__ $$aThe energy integration of industrial processes is becoming  increasingly more  effective thanks to new methodological  developments such as pinch  technology. This paper aims at  extending the number of factors considered  in pinch  analysis toward a life-cycle optimisation and proposes new  synthesis  representation schemes. The original pinch  method centres primarly on  maximizing the internal heat  transfer with the choice of appropriate ­Tmin s.  The  proposed extension takes into account the complete heat  transfer exergy  losses, the pressure drop exergy losses  and the exergy associated with the  fabrication of the heat  exchangers. The extended composite curves  graphically  represent the above-mentioned losses on a Carnot factor  versus  heat rate diagram. In a similar way, other high  exergy inputs and outputs  linked, for example, to the  introduction of heat pumps and cogeneration  units, are  represented on a topping electricity versus Carnot factor  diagram.  Such an extended exergy synthesis results in an  improved and more coherent  exergy balance for comparing  energy recovery schemes. It offers a new  insight and  permits the identification of solution which are more  stable in  time and fairly independent of changing economic  conditions. The proposed  approach is suitable for future  extension to include pollution and resource  scarcity  factors.
000053302 700__ $$aStaine, Frédéric
000053302 700__ $$0240152$$aFavrat, Daniel$$g105085
000053302 773__ $$j16$$q497–507$$tinternational journal of applied thermodynamics
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