To achieve environmental sustainability in industrial plants, resource conservation activities such as material recovery have begun incorporating process integration techniques for reusing and recycling water, utility gases, solvents, and solid waste. Process Integration for Resource Conservation presents state-of-the-art, cost-effective techniques
Introduction. Data Extraction for Resource Conservation. INSIGHT-BASED PINCH ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES: Graphical Targeting Techniques for Direct Reuse/Recycle. Algebraic Targeting Techniques for Direct Reuse/Recycle. Process Changes for Resource Conservation Networks. Algebraic Targeting Approach for Material Regeneration Networks. Network Design and Evolution Techniques. Targeting for Waste Treatment and Total Material Networks. Synthesis of Pretreatment Network. Synthesis of Inter-Plant Resource Conservation Networks. Synthesis of Batch Material Networks. MATHEMATICAL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES: Synthesis of Resource Conservation Networks: A Superstructural Approach. Automated Targeting Model for Direct Reuse/Recycle Networks. Automated Targeting Model for Material Regeneration and Pretreatment Networks. Automated Targeting Model for Waste Treatment and Total Material Networks. Automated Targeting Model for Inter-Plant Resource Conservation Networks. Automated Targeting Model for Batch Material Networks. Appendix. Index.