By Georgios M. Kopanos, Pei Liu, Michael C. Georgiadis
This e-book presents a systematic framework for built-in suggestions to advanced strength difficulties. It adopts a holistic, systems-based method of reveal the possibility of an strength structures engineering method of systematically quantify diversified suggestions at numerous degrees of complexity (technology, plant, strength provide chain, mega-system). using modeling, simulation and optimization-based frameworks, besides a couple of real-life purposes, it specializes in complicated strength platforms together with power offer chains, built-in biorefineries, strength making plans and scheduling techniques and concrete strength systems.
Featuring contributions from top researchers within the box, this paintings turns out to be useful for teachers, researchers, practitioners in power structures engineering, and all people who find themselves interested by model-based power systems.
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For instance, Wang et al. (2013) propose a highly efﬁcient cold energy integrating scheme by integrating NGL recovery from shale gas and LNG regasiﬁcation at receiving terminals. The goal of this study is to recycle the cold energy from LNG regasiﬁcation process to assist the NGL recovery process for economic improvement and energy saving. A general methodology framework is proposed and further decomposed into four steps: the ﬁrst step is to develop the process superstructure and prepare corresponding data; then, a simulation-assisted MILP model is developed and solved for the optimal process synthesis; next, heat exchange network design and analysis are performed based on the pinch technology to accomplish the maximum energy saving target; ﬁnally, rigorous plant-wide simulations are conducted to validate the feasibility and capability of the entire process design coupling of separation and heat integration.
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Advances in Energy Systems Engineering by Georgios M. Kopanos, Pei Liu, Michael C. Georgiadis