Forty years of Heat Integration: Pinch Analysis (PA) and Mathematical Programming (MP)

Klemeš, JJ [Klemeš, Jiri Jaromir (Chemical and Proc...), author] Research Institute of Chemical and Process Engi... (UP / FIT); Kravanja, Z

English Scientific Article (Journal Article)
Published: CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 2211-3398 2 (4) pp. 461-474 2013
  • SJR Scopus - Energy (miscellaneous): Q1
    Process Integration (PI) supporting Process Design, Integration, and Optimisation has been around from the early 1970s. PI was developed originally from Heat Integration, which remains the cornerstone for PI continuous advance. It has been closely related to the development of Chemical, Mechanical and Power Engineering supported by the extended implementation of mathematical modelling, simulation and optimisation, and by the application of information technology. Its development has accelerated over the years as its methodology has been able to provide answers and support for important issues regarding economic development - better utilisation and savings regarding energy, water, and other resources. This contribution is targeting towards providing at least a short overview of its historical development, achievements, and future challenges. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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