28 Process Innovations for Increased Energy Saving I

Monday, March 27, 2017: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
208 (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)
Process innovations for increased energy saving is one of the major objective to achieve safe, energy efficient and reliable process design and development, it is also the major task of existing process debottlenecking, revamping, and optimization. The scope includes: 1. innovative new technology and equipment development or application for various process, 2. innovative hybridization of various new or traditional technologies or processes, 3. innovative modification for existing process or equipment, 4. innovative monitoring and controlling of the process operating conditions. The objective to improve process energy efficiency, health and operating safety and environmental conditions, and to minimizing capital and operational cost.

Process Research and Innovation
Young Professionals Committee (YPC) (18C)

Minghua Ye
Email: mye@sabic.com

Tom Enright
Email: tom.enright@xerox.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

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1:30 PM
(28a) Reduced Energy Requirements for Direct Chlorination of Ethylene to Ethylene Dichloride
Kyle Self, Michael Weiss, Ryan Gilliam, Marshall Lee and Vincent Welch

2:14 PM
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2:36 PM
(28d) A Process Synthesis Approach to Natural Gas Liquefaction
Baraka Celestin Sempuga and Diane Hildebrandt
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