Practical Process Integration Retrofit Part 2. Remaining Problem Analysis

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
April 3, 2012 - 12:00am

Practical Process Integration Retrofit

Part 2. Remaining Problem Analysis & Driving Force Plot


The Cross-Pinch Method is not the only tool derived during the initial stages of the application of Pinch Technology to retrofit projects. Other significant developments were Remaining Problem Analysis and the Driving Force Plot.


Tjoe T.N. & Linnhoff B. Using pinch technology for process retrofit, Chem.Engng., 1986 April 28, pp47-60

Ahmad S. & Linnhoff B. Supertargeting: Different process structures for different economics, ASME J.En.Res.Tech., 1989, 111(3), 131-136

Tjoe T.N.  Ph.D. Thesis 1986, UMIST, UK

Panjeh Shahi

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